If I can be of any help, let me know.
The beauty of the guitar mode system of recording is, you don't have to be a pro musician to record a guitar track.
No doubt a pro recording in realtime would get a far better result than me ( haahaa), mine was actually recorded via the event list editor.
To get the actual rhumba guitar rhythm , I studied a guitar track in my Powertracks sequencer ( in notation mode) to get the correct timing for a rhumba.
The reason I prefer to view the notation in PT or the new Real Band sequencer ( instead of my XG Works )is, the display is nice & clean( looks like it's been quantized, but hasn't) no overlapping notes messy notes.
Any strum type effect noises are created automatically.
So easy once you get the hang of it.
The guitar mode basically takes care of any
guitar tracks I may want to create ( the styles I mainly use don't really use electric guitars)
Currently I'm exploring options for piano tracks. I'm rather partial to cocktail piano ( I think it's called)??
Bass, drums, piano , maybe add strings & guitar.
I'm hoping this will fill the gap for some of the old standards I like.
I'm hoping BIAB piano tracks from some of it's Jazz styles will fit the bill.
I'm finding converting & editing a complete style from another brand of keyboard too time consumimg, the drums are usually a nightmare for me. So I'm working on ways of altering Korg styles, by mixing & matching Korg tracks with non korg tracks.
Originally posted by leeboy:
Very nicely done!
You encourage me to learn more...for that I thank you...