My 2nd Soundcloud Track ...

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  1. Lucidology

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    Joseph Lucido Guitar with Synth Tone, ~ Weber Iago Piano ~ John Nava ~Percussion, Kim Stone -Bass, Mike Shannon ~ Drums

    (This was done in one take with overhead live room mic .. no rehearsal, no overdubs ... just came up with the progression, groove or mood & played it)

    [SOUNDCLOUD]https://soundcloud.com/lucidology/03-bolero[/SOUNDCLOUD]
     
  2. mike walker

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    Chilled as they come....
    Were you playing the string stuff behind Weber, Joseph?
     
  3. Lucidology

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    Yes Mike ... Weber was just playing the Steinway by itself ...!!
     
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    Lovely, Joseph... and pray tell, what synth are you using, Sir?
     
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    Joe, that's really nice. Love that synth tone. Makes me want to have an adult beverage.
     
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    That sounds great, really like it
     
  7. gkoelling

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    Beautiful work, Joseph.


    Thanks
     
  8. Lucidology

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    Great thanks Mike...
    The synth an old Roland GR-33 ...
    Tweaked a series of tones together to my liking ...
    & put of tiny touch of an envelope filter on the initial attack ...
    It's also set up to be used with an expression pedal if desired ...
     
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    Wow, super! Nice playing by all, really nice changes, dug it!

    Gr-33, haven't messed with one of those in a while, what did you use for a guitar with it?
     
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    Beautiful!!!! I want a cd!
     
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    Hey! Really nice Joseph!
     
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    Nice stuff! The GR33 still makes a nice sound. If you need a battery busking synth rig the Sonuus G2M into the Korg Volca keys works well for mono-only.
     
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    Very very sweet. Again, love the "no licks" improvised motives, & loved the interaction as on the Lydian piece. Really great group of peeps there
     
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    Paison,

    Lovely man. You have a way w/ that guit synth. I usually don't care for the way people use them but you are playing that sound, not guitar licks on a synth. VERY musical. More of this...

    Goomba

    PS: Took a cue from you and remembered that I had one of these pages so I edited and posted some things.
     
  15. Lucidology

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    What would you order? Thanks Joe

    Thanks so much you guys ...
     
  17. journo

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    Hi Joseph,

    You playing is very lyrical. It feels like you were actually controlling the GR-33 with your voice rather than a guitar.

    I've been wanting a guitar synth for a long time and you may just have pushed me over the edge.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  18. Bassomatic

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    Nice work! Sounds great, Joseph.
     
  19. Lucidology

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    That's my Godin Slim Nylon String ... you can hear the nylon string attack if you listen closely ...

    Thanks my good man!!
     
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    Never heard of that ... will have to check it out ... Thanks Icarusi ...:)
     

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