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E-Piano Improv (1989)


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Bubowski

 Genre: New Age

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An improv using several different e-piano sounds and a couple of different basses. Played realtime into Vision with no click. The basses were also improved after the epiano tracks were layed down.
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Uploaded: Jul 13, 2005 - 04:06:21 PM
Last Updated: Jul 15, 2005 - 12:36:24 PM Last Played: Jul 21, 2019 - 01:25:37 PM
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Hardware:
Ensoniq ESQ-1
Kurzweil PX1000+
Roland D110
Yamaha REX50
Software:
Opcode Vision 2.1
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composerclark said 4866 days ago (May 24th, 2006)
Nice improv!
Nice improv! Like the free-form, open, spacey feel, and overall mood.
Might have been nice to modulate at some point; a new key often adds
interest to the musical journey (and makes for a better Schenker graph!).
Seemed like there might have been a few (intentional?) "wrong" notes in
there, but I like it. Maybe you should try more of this?

You sure like vintage equipment!
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Bubowski said 4866 days ago (May 24th, 2006)
Nice improv!
Thanks Clark,

My keyboard skills could be better, hehe. Some of these improvs were definitley spur of the moment without much thought besides a prevailing emotion at the time. I do like the old equipment sometimes but using the harware studio requires relearning everytime I sit down. I really have become addicted to how easy the new stuff is to use so I hardly ever fire up the old studio.
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Classically trained composer and orchestrator. Been doing sound design and synthesis for a long time. Enjoying the incredible power of computers and samples, but it's great just to sit down with a guitar or analog synth and just play too. Graham ... [see more]

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