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Author Topic: Tribute to Tangerine Dream Bootlegs and Studio  (Read 1011 times)

chimpy

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Tribute to Tangerine Dream Bootlegs and Studio
« on: July 25, 2012, 09:03:33 am »
Hello folks, I have posted the following 70's era Tangerine Dream Live & Studio tribute track created mostly using my Arturia Origin Keyboard (and other synths for fx).

http://soundcloud.com/julius-cheezer/hybrid-tangerine-dream-tribute

Best wishes to all Arturia folk.
Thanks.

ASch

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Re: Tribute to Tangerine Dream Bootlegs and Studio
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2012, 01:02:44 pm »
Hello folks, I have posted the following 70's era Tangerine Dream Live & Studio tribute track created mostly using my Arturia Origin Keyboard (and other synths for fx).

http://soundcloud.com/julius-cheezer/hybrid-tangerine-dream-tribute

Best wishes to all Arturia folk.
Thanks.


Nice - thanks for sharing!

Andreas

hermitnerd

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Re: Tribute to Tangerine Dream Bootlegs and Studio
« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2012, 11:09:46 pm »

Thanks for sharing, this is awesome stuff. Which parts are done with Origin? (or which parts are not)

chimpy

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Re: Tribute to Tangerine Dream Bootlegs and Studio
« Reply #3 on: July 27, 2012, 07:47:56 am »
Greetings hermitnerd, all Mellotron strings/flutes/harpsichord/piano are Nord but anything at all rhythmic is Arturia and anything that sounds like it may be a VCS3 is definitely Arturia. All else will be shared amongst the Arturia, the Alesis and the Moog. Sorry there's no more detail but I didn't take proper notes of the recording on the Cubase tracks (like I normally would) because I didn't know it was going to grow into a piece like this when I started it and then I had to re-use tracks to make it more manageable on my pc screen which makes it all the more confusing to work out.

Thank you.
Chimpy.

synthguy99

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Re: Tribute to Tangerine Dream Bootlegs and Studio
« Reply #4 on: July 28, 2012, 02:21:27 am »
I don't usually comment on other people's work because a simple "That was very good" comes off sounding to me as glib and insincere.  But this is very sharp stuff, well programmed and produced.  Very much in the spirit and style of TG, and I think they'd enjoy it.  My only complaint is that the sound seems to be out of balance in favor of the right side.
One day, I want my keyboard studio to be a synth museum like Hans Zimmer's

p.s.  PRAY FOR THIS PLANET!!

 

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