|simon666 - 2008-11-23 |
Way to get out the jams Briton.
|Konversekid - 2008-11-23 |
I found the professional pianist useless. The entire reason this is cool is one person can make a decent song with out doing anything significant or any practice. And all he did was go apeshit on the the one side he knew how to play.
|boner - 2008-11-23 |
The people who invent these things never seem to know what actual musicians will do with them.
I don't have any tapes of me using the old mellotron. Several moves, a killer hurricane and ex-girlfriends have destroyed those. I do have a very newborn reverbnation page with a song on it using the Reason mellotron software. It's called "Not Tricky Enough" though I use the organ sound fairly often. I'm at www.reverbnation.com/kingarthurexperience
And no, video of my old mellotron going brutal do not exist. :(
|Ersatz - 2008-11-23 |
Waltzes and two-steps are fine, old chap, but I say, could one use this device for skiffle?
I used this thing in combination with a Yamaha PSR520 and RY8 drum machine. I was all over with the crazy sounds.
|cognitivedissonance - 2008-11-23 |
EET'S A MUSICAL COMPUTAAAAH!
|Syd Midnight - 2008-11-23 |
Oh, not to be a skeptic, but I must point out that "thumbs" were not considered "fingers" in his paradigm.. I feel cheated somewhat.
|fluffy - 2008-11-23 |
I've often wanted an Optigan, which is pretty much the same principle except everything's on a single optical disc instead of being recorded on a bunch of separate tapes.
|baleen - 2008-11-24 |
HEY. what was the lady on the rooster at the end.
And that's how babies are made.
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2008-11-24 |
Fantastic. 60s England could easily be summed up with flock wallpaper, being the campest thing in the world without actually admitting to being gay, and this: the soundtrack to every spy movie and Indian restaurant of the era.
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