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#467488 - 03/14/19 08:40 AM Creating your own style & rhythms on S670
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The step by step process of creating your own
custom rhythms & style to use with you music beginning to end ...
it's ALL in there you just have to have the playing skills & know how! headphone




Edited by Dnj (03/14/19 11:38 AM)

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#467494 - 03/14/19 02:36 PM Re: Creating your own style & rhythms on S670 [Re: Dnj]
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Forgive me, Donny:

My hand-eye coordination is not what it used to be... LOL... and, to make matters worse, I barely speak Yankee English... even though I'm Southern at heart!
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#467497 - 03/14/19 03:54 PM Re: Creating your own style & rhythms on S670 [Re: Riceroni9]
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Originally Posted By Riceroni9
Forgive me, Donny:

My hand-eye coordination is not what it used to be... LOL... and, to make matters worse, I barely speak Yankee English... even though I'm Southern at heart!


Dave you don't have to speak the language to understand the track by track procedure to create new styles & parts any way you desire by watching this demo..but if you need more watch this English version




This is something hardly anyone ever does even though all the tools are within your keyboard. But you have to dig in and create. cool2


Edited by Dnj (03/14/19 04:04 PM)

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#467503 - 03/15/19 04:14 AM Re: Creating your own style & rhythms on S670 [Re: Dnj]
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Dnj. English...Tutorial appreciated.

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#467504 - 03/15/19 05:07 AM Re: Creating your own style & rhythms on S670 [Re: Graham UK]
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I find the best way to get a style that I like is to edit an existing style close to my liking. Especially the drum part.

John C.

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#467509 - 03/15/19 07:20 AM Re: Creating your own style & rhythms on S670 [Re: bruno123]
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Originally Posted By bruno123
I find the best way to get a style that I like is to edit an existing style close to my liking. Especially the drum part.

John C.


John that's fine if you want to just make a few tweaks and changes ....but to really make the style your own you have to dig in
and RE-Record some tracks to you liking, eg: bass line, drums, percussion, brass, etc, to give it that custom treatment and "originality" that makes the song stand out and come alive.
It's not that difficult and you get a real sense of accomplishment.
After all you paying for these features within why not utilize them?


Edited by Dnj (03/15/19 07:22 AM)

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#467512 - 03/15/19 09:25 AM Re: Creating your own style & rhythms on S670 [Re: Dnj]
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Thanks, Donny:

I can fly this 747 much easier now. A flight instructor sitting in the right seat is always a good thing. Fasten your seat belt!

Regards, ----Dave
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#467513 - 03/15/19 09:35 AM Re: Creating your own style & rhythms on S670 [Re: Dnj]
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Many years ago, it was necessary to create styles, and I did a lot of it. These days there are so many on-board and third party styles to use, I don't find a need to do it.
Not saying it's not a great thing to do.
Please post one of the styles you've made from scratch DNJ. Maybe I'll change my mind!
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#467515 - 03/15/19 10:03 AM Re: Creating your own style & rhythms on S670 [Re: Riceroni9]
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Originally Posted By Riceroni9
Thanks, Donny:

I can fly this 747 much easier now. A flight instructor sitting in the right seat is always a good thing. Fasten your seat belt!

Regards, ----Dave


Dave I would think as a song writer you would want every song you write to be unique from all the rest that's where customizing songs makes sense. wink


Edited by Dnj (03/15/19 10:06 AM)

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#467516 - 03/15/19 10:45 AM Re: Creating your own style & rhythms on S670 [Re: Dnj]
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Donny: That's a great observation. You are 100% correct. Time gets in the way when the learning process via the manual (I call it "cook-booking") is both confusing and frustrating. The video you shared is much like attending a live demonstration about the process. Now that my catalog exceeds 1000 Songs, I have time to experiment and learn how to create my own unique styles... and nearly as important, my own Multi-Pad combinations.

As a side note, nearly every style I have used was modified in various ways. Instrument selection, tempo, individual volume for each "track" and other important factors.

The "chink in my armor" is my crappy vocals. It gets worse as we age (unless you happen to be Willie Nelson) and I can't afford one of those "magic boxes" to enhance the way I sound. LOL!

John C.'s comment about modifying existing styles is also merit worthy. Why re-invent the wheel if something "close" to what is needed exists and can be "tailored" to the needs of the song.

Thanks again for taking time to post that video. ----Dave
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