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Immobilized & Pink

By r2me2 on August 28, 2016 11:35 pm

Another busy week, but this time it was due to illness. I wasn't completely useless, but uncomfortable enough to put off work until the weekend. Simple pattern and structure. Brought back the bouncy piano and kept the instrumentation sparse - piano, bass, and drums.

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August 31, 2016 11:57 am

I love this piano tone, how do you do it? Soothing bass too. Hope you're feeling better this week!

September 5, 2016 6:40 am
nikola wrote:

I love this piano tone, how do you do it? Soothing bass too. Hope you're feeling better this week!


Thanks! I am feeling much better - but still busy as usual.
I made this piano patch by linking a bunch of delays in sequence and reverb at the end. The piano is the stock instrument in Reason (sampled, but not the most rich quality) Setup kinda like this: Piano -> Delays... -> Reverb.
The trick is to set the delays to different values (these are all synced to different eighth-note values) and set varying dry/wet mix levels so they pass though as well as get processed by the next delay unit. The result comes out unpredictable but bouncing in-time.

September 5, 2016 2:37 pm
r2me2 wrote:
nikola wrote:

I love this piano tone, how do you do it? Soothing bass too. Hope you're feeling better this week!


Thanks! I am feeling much better - but still busy as usual.
I made this piano patch by linking a bunch of delays in sequence and reverb at the end. The piano is the stock instrument in Reason (sampled, but not the most rich quality) Setup kinda like this: Piano -> Delays... -> Reverb.
The trick is to set the delays to different values (these are all synced to different eighth-note values) and set varying dry/wet mix levels so they pass though as well as get processed by the next delay unit. The result comes out unpredictable but bouncing in-time.

Oh man, that sounds really fun! I'm def gonna give it a try, thanks a lot smile

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