Theo Verelst Posted August 7, 2013 Share Posted August 7, 2013 Hearing example after example of organ clones, romplers and even analog synthesizer tones/tracks, I can't help but wonder why it is so hard to get a basic blues sound right that a high school band would already get from basic components, Is that because we all want positive discrimination (in less of a dutch-ism: "affirmative action") for midrangy non-full range monitors and youtube-multimedia shows, ad some "new" ideas to go with that, or maybe you guys have monitors that sound really great when you play your examples, but anyhow: where's the sound that one can put on a headphone at decently low volume and that makes you think "yeah, ri-ght/-de on" when a good player (of which there are many here) plays a well meant 12 bar blues? To start of a (possible) discussion, here's a little "corrected PC3 sounds" live played example I did in two unprocessed, analog output recorded tracks, neutrally mixed together: pc3corr_orgbass.mp3 44.1 st 256 kbs 34 sec My point being: is it considered hard to get sounds right, or am I being too demanding ? OF course the overseers of the big ol' audio-grounds may have different opinions than mine, but as an (E) engineer and music interested person, I want at least discussion. Theo V. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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