What now my love (guitar synth)

United States
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Rickplayer782 jams
Czech Republic
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Lenny Cowler1060 jams
Switzerland
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jmrukkers1201 jams
Remix
step IV
England
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PaulFellows235 jams
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It may sound like a keyboard, but the lead part is played on a regular electric guitar into a guitar to MIDI converter and then into a Saturn Synth.

Comments

Rickplayer
Interesting way to add a guitar love the way it turned out thanks for adding+1
January 31 2016 10:40:39
Rickplayer
PaulFellows Thanks Rik. Always a pleasure to add to tracks where you are a player. +1
MajorTom_III
Fantastic !!!+1
January 31 2016 11:57:03
MajorTom_III
PaulFellows Thanks Cody +0
Lenny Cowler
Wow!!!Great play:)+1
January 31 2016 10:39:31
Lenny Cowler
PaulFellows Thanks Lenny.Super drumming as well. I tried to bring up the drums a bit more in the mix as they seemed to be a bit low on the previous mix. +1
jmrukkers
Very cool sound Paul, and great lead lines. Playlisted!+1
January 31 2016 10:37:36
jmrukkers
PaulFellows Thanks JM. You keyboard playing on this was splendid and inspirational for me. +1
January 31 2016 11:13:13
jmrukkers
jmrukkers Very pleasantly surprised how that Saturn sound meshes with the electromagnetic Hammond tonewheel, old and new, great combination +1
Tofzegrit
I have the nostalgy of my GR50 :) I'd never bought a midi converter since, I should to!
Well done Paul, you really play the sound instead of playing just the guitar
+1
January 31 2016 11:56:03
Tofzegrit
PaulFellows Yes you got to work at it quite hard so that you don't get false conversions especially when as in this one I enabled the pitch slide mode. Still work in progress though trying to get the technique sorted but I did manage to play it raw without any post production editing. Hope you have fun also. If you need any advice re settings etc, just ask. +0
frenzie
So cool! Hats of 🎩 :)+1
January 31 2016 11:56:47
frenzie
PaulFellows Thanks Frenzie. +1
January 31 2016 14:43:40
frenzie
frenzie What midi converter is that to go from guitar to midi? +0
February 15 2016 23:24:40
frenzie
PaulFellows An I2M +1
February 15 2016 23:36:01
frenzie
frenzie Must be quite hard to play with properly? :) +0
April 23 2016 10:59:09
frenzie
PaulFellows You have to work hard to play each note at a time as it is a not polyphonic, so you can't afford to let other strings ring which would yield false conversions. I found that it responded quite well to string bends and finger vibrato though. You do however get a lot more scope to controlling the synth with a guitar than you get with a regular keyboard. You soon get used to working around the ideosynchrocies of midi conversion as you play a few times. +1
April 23 2016 16:12:07
frenzie
frenzie Thank you very much for the detailed reply much appreciated! :) +0
TeeGee
very interesting conversion thing, well done!+1
January 31 2016 12:25:18
TeeGee
PaulFellows Thanks ... And it was played on a Strat as well. +1
frankyguitar
That's really interesting, sounds way cool!!+1
January 31 2016 13:25:10
frankyguitar
PaulFellows Thanks Franky +1

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