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Bat Out of Hell -isolated tracks
#3045351 05/22/20 06:36 PM
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Man there is a ton of punch on this piano. Maybe I should push the mids a little more and more compression if I do this tune again.

[opinionated polemic shit talk] VST pianos are too damn pretty for a band mix. [/opinionated polemic shit talk] 😀


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Yes it sounds gorgeous. There is another one out there with piano/clav in isolation of paradise by the dashboard light. The Embertone Walker 1955 HAMMER mics is the first digital/vst piano i have ( and i have lots ) that can have the same vibe where all others fail. I played both songs in a band and meticulously copied Jim Steinman’s piano parts. Only thing lacking was my digital piano sound. The Embertone Walker 1955 changed that.....but i don’t play in bands anymore cry

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Wow, great to hear that. Have you written it out?


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not certain, but pretty sure Tom Brislin has done so.


A reason why I collect old keyboards is that I feel partly responsible for doing it, responsible for preserving history and being a custodian for these things
Plus, old gear has a story. I like that.

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