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"Combustion" - Original heavy jazz on Seaboard (VIDEO)

Postby Prime Mover » Sat Dec 30, 2017 3:22 pm

Created this one the other day. I also tested out using the Rise as a poor-man's MalletKat with soft mallets. Good for playing rudimentary vibes and marimba. I absolutely love this instrument:

https://youtu.be/VAoU6DolUQI
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Re: "Combustion" - Original heavy jazz on Seaboard (VIDEO)

Postby wylie1 » Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:14 am

Love it.
What horns are those?
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Re: "Combustion" - Original heavy jazz on Seaboard (VIDEO)

Postby Prime Mover » Mon Jan 01, 2018 2:29 pm

wylie1 wrote:Love it.
What horns are those?


SWAM Alto Sax. I have all the different VIs listed in the YouTube description.
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Re: "Combustion" - Original heavy jazz on Seaboard (VIDEO)

Postby Phil O » Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:25 pm

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Re: "Combustion" - Original heavy jazz on Seaboard (VIDEO)

Postby b.g. » Tue Jan 02, 2018 7:16 am

Eric, this is great! Very good piece and presentation. And one of the best Rise demos I have seen. Thanks a lot, now I really want one.
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Re: "Combustion" - Original heavy jazz on Seaboard (VIDEO)

Postby daniel.sneed » Wed Jan 03, 2018 9:32 am

Prime, you've got a well done job.
I'm actually thinking about getting one of these keyboards.
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Re: "Combustion" - Original heavy jazz on Seaboard (VIDEO)

Postby Prime Mover » Fri Jan 05, 2018 3:27 am

daniel.sneed wrote:Prime, you've got a well done job.
I'm actually thinking about getting one of these keyboards.


It's like a dream, can't stress that enough. One thing they don't say in the explanations, that makes it actually a lot easier to play than you would expect, is that it "quantizes" the attack pitch to the nearest semi-tone, but then you can slide from there. This makes a lot of sense. As much as it might be cool to think of playing a totally fretless keyboard, that would kind of suck. Keyboardists don't have hand positions the way other fretless string players do, we cross over constantly, we jump our hands around, we can't just sit our fingers precisely over specific pitches. So, the next best thing is to be able to detect the closest pitch, but allow us to glide up and down from there in a relative motion. This concept really makes or breaks the instrument from a playability standpoint. I found it a lot easier to play than I expected to.
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