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THIEVES LIKE US: Chillwave on the Cheap

FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY: Wilhelm Leeb on Analog Vs. Virtual

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Five Ways To Play Like KENNY KIRKLAND

THE WORLD ACCORDION TO GIL

  • Audio examples - refer to sheet music on pp. 28-30.
    Ex. 1: Bellows Workout Ex. 2: Button Up Ex. 3: All Together Now!

SAMURAI KEYS by Scott Healy

  • Audio examples - refer to sheet music on pp. 32-36. Ex. 1. Right hand organ lines, left hand Wurly comps. Ex. 2. Right hand string line, left hand piano Ex. 3. Right hand organ chords, left hand piano comping Ex. 4. Right hand synth line, left hand Rhodes.
  • Videos: Legendary multi-keys samurai Benmont Tench
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DEVO

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DANCE

MICHAEL BRAUER On Playing Your Mixer Like an Instrument

STEAL THIS SOUND

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NORD PIANO

MUSE RESEARCH RECEPTOR 2

E-MU LONGBOARD 61 and SHORTBOARD 49

  • Video: Demo at Keyboard headquarters
  • Original tune by author Ken Hughes using only E-mu SHORTboard sounds. Says Ken, "This audio demo was recorded into Pro Tools LE 7.1.3 with the E-mu PIPEline wireless receiver’s S/PDIF output connected to my Mbox 2 Pro’s S/PDIF input. I used Reason for the drum programming, which I preferred to the General MIDI drums in the SHORTboard. Everything was played live to audio with no quantizing. MIDI wasn’t used. Showcased here are the grand piano’s loveliness, the malleability of the sounds (see if you can pick out the heavily filtered and effected CP70) and the sheer fatness of it all. This is not a cheap-sounding keyboard, its low price and GM sounds aside."

TOONTRACK BEATSTATION