Your fav/go-to sounds?

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  1. jomama2

    jomama2 Member

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    Addicted to the Rhodes? Organ? Grand piano? Some synth sound? Is it stock or something you tweaked? etc
     
  2. scienceguy

    scienceguy Supporting Member

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    On my Nord Stage 2 I use B3, grand piano, Rhodes and Wurlitzer. The only one I tweak is the Rhodes patch to get more of a Richard Tee sound. I haven't used the synth section in years.
     
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    required: B3, rhodes, wurly, acoustic piano, vox/farfisa, mellotron strings, mellotron flute
    optional: harpsichord, strings, 80s type synth (like in "Jump")
     
  4. thatguyoverthere

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    I have an SV1, and I play Rhodes patches almost exclusively. But if I need a piano sound, I’ll tend towards the CP70 clang. Love the way that sound fits in a mix.
     
  5. Triton76

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    Yeah piano Rhodes or organ. Have used some bells and a synth horn section. All tweaked to my liking. Playing classic rock is boring sound wise. Programmed lots of fun stuff when I played more 80s
     
  6. p.j.

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    The mono fm synth mode of my Critter and Guitari Pocket Piano is always a good starting point for me. Sounds great alone, with fuzz, or bit crushed.
     
  7. mojotele65

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    Required: Vox Continental, Farfisa, B3 and Rhodes and Mellotron from my Nord. For my Synth sounds it is a combo of soft synths on my Ipad and my Microkorg. I use the Microkorg as a drone machine a lot. All of my keys I route into my Helix for trippy effects.
     

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