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chromacoast (LT6)

By zirafa on May 24, 2020 11:12 pm

For this live experiment I used the chromawheel to simultaneously control both my yamaha cs as well as the 0-coast. The yamaha is polyphonic so allows for block chords to happen, while the 0-coast of course can only do arps. I like that they complement each other -- often times chunky block chords feel too static, while dynamic arps can feel too thin & empty at times.

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May 30, 2020 3:19 am

wow, the sounds blend really well, I would have guessed it was all coming from the same thing.

the chord evolution after 1:10 is incredible.  I really need a Chromawheel so I can write awesome music like this.  so is this one chord that you are moving (at that section in particular)

surprise ending is sick

I hate to be a Zirafa fanboy but seriously I'm a huge fan

May 30, 2020 8:54 am

I like the synergy.

May 31, 2020 7:31 pm

the sound is perfect and the changing melody is so good I want to throw a slamming bass beat behind it

June 7, 2020 8:46 pm
orangedrink wrote:

wow, the sounds blend really well, I would have guessed it was all coming from the same thing.

the chord evolution after 1:10 is incredible.  I really need a Chromawheel so I can write awesome music like this.  so is this one chord that you are moving (at that section in particular)

surprise ending is sick

I hate to be a Zirafa fanboy but seriously I'm a huge fan

thanks. I can't recall what was happening around 1:10 but I don't think it was one chord, I was changing things up a lot and trying to avoid just shifting one chord shape around



Devieus wrote:

I like the synergy.

thanks

franky wrote:

the sound is perfect and the changing melody is so good I want to throw a slamming bass beat behind it

thanks...that's not a bad idea (re: drums) :-)

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