Theo Verelst Posted December 28, 2013 Share Posted December 28, 2013 Not very suitable for the occasional player, probably decisive for session people " lets jam ". For making any jam that I have in mind work, the sound needs to be good, I mean acceptable to make music with. To test some setup I made with bass/drums and e-piano, through a double Lexicon effect, mixed straight into my power amp's pre-amp with Lexicon Omega, I recorded a not overly complicated drum track, played it back, and played live bass and e-piano, like anyone should care. Bass and drum on a semi-weighted 76 keys board, e-piano on a fully weighted 88. No overdubs (apart from pre-sequenced drum, no quantize or edits), apart from double Lexicon (analog and digital inputs used) and instrument-effects no additional processing of any kind, played live: mixepiabsdrtst1.mp3 44.1 1.5 min Well, those sounds are getting fun enough, though of course there are people who prepare major Fusion shows and prepare songs and practice properly, and hopefully find time to mix more accurately, but I called it: A Jam. T.V. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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