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#310701 - 05/01/10 07:37 AM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
AFG Music Offline
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Originally posted by Dnj:
That might be true for many younger players.....but what about older baby boomers...there are many who would like to learn about it...don't assume so many people know what your talking about.
there are many who dont care to program, instead just want to play easily out of the box also. I sent a few emails to MS and never got a response.....so with that attitude I have decided to drop my ambitions to pursue a MS....but instead stick with companies that value their customers and offer better support when needed.

Thank you


The good side of MS is that it has far too easy things also.

contain some of these things is shown by JAMES. some of this options you have read posted by users.few times stated clearly when you like to buy MS/Groove do not sell your existing arranger. so you can prepare everything for good using of MS/Groove.

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#310702 - 05/01/10 08:10 AM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
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Yep... It dead easy to operate, but unlimited in ability so therefor it can be as deep as you need to go.

The core functions though are something you will fly around in no time at all. I think that for anyone remotely interested in this keyboard but a afraid of the learning curve, they should strongly consider it as a second keyboard. Something to complement their existing arranger. Once you own it in that capacity and your playing a long with using Giga sounds with your existing arranger, it won't take along at all until your using it all the time.

Its bloody good

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#310703 - 05/01/10 08:11 AM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
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@DNJ

People with technical knowledge will produce and they (most of them) will share their stuff.

And the old pre babyboomers can just download and use that stuff.

Its like MP3's you can just download/purchase them without any knowledge how they where made.
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#310704 - 05/01/10 08:21 AM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
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I understand and have actually played the MS at Fran's studio..and I actually enjoyed it being a very well made unit with unlimited features if you understand them.
If not DVD at least they should put up You Tube instructional demos featuring EACH feature on a unit in a workshop fashion for all to see & learn just as James has done such a great job with this as usual.. How do you suppose people should learn? Not everyone is a Diki

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#310705 - 05/01/10 08:33 AM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
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How do you suppose people should learn?


Just pop on over to the Lionstracs section. Regardless of your level, people are there and willing to help out.

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#310706 - 05/01/10 08:50 AM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
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Just pop on over to the Lionstracs section. Regardless of your level, people are there and willing to help out.

Regards
James


Roger That James!!
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#310707 - 05/01/10 03:06 PM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
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So long as Melodyne can manipulate the Audio Loop to produce all the chords, then just like the Audya, all the various chord loops can be stored in the MS memory or HDD, and so there is no need for real-time transposition. (Remember the MS has way more storage capacity then the Audya)

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#310708 - 05/01/10 04:13 PM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
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Originally posted by abacus:
So long as Melodyne can manipulate the Audio Loop to produce all the chords, then just like the Audya, all the various chord loops can be stored in the MS memory or HDD, and so there is no need for real-time transposition. (Remember the MS has way more storage capacity then the Audya)

Bill


This is also a good idea as you say. but I personally find the way of slices the chords and make a kit with awave or gigaedit software for win/linux and save it as giga sound.
why is this the best way:
becouse from your sliced chords you can make good varations,

Propellerheads Reason works for years with this option.

a few years ago i used this option for Roland VA-76 and AKAI S6000.

i sliced the chord for example in C-D-E-F-G and save it in AKAI format, then i on my style editor on Roland VA-76 i recorded triger notes C-D-E-F-G one after another.


This takes time but it's worth to doing.

but another option to create song-specific styles, for example, if the song has 4 chords then use 4 different chord loop this 4 chord is also a good way.

qranger is currently unique. because the it is only style player where audio recording is possible on more then one track.

there is more software that works like melodyne DNA:

vielklang

http://vielklang.zplane.de/

or this one only for MAC:
http://www.cochleor.com/visualvox-preview.html

and for the one who think i do not know melodyne DNA is not reatime operation becouse melodyne most analyze the audio, you got your answer abacus.


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#310709 - 05/03/10 05:56 PM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
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James...if you say it's Bloody good...it's Bloody good...
(Yea the Korg Guy...and I really enjoy all the sounds I bought from you (and Rob))

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#310710 - 05/06/10 03:34 PM Re: Question for MS users about audio styles
to the genesys Offline
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Thanks AFG music for your responses.
It is good to know that audio tracks in a style can be used on the MS.
Not every style of music uses complex chord extensions.

Usually, a good arranger player would know what type of songs he would use for a particular style.
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