MESSE11: Moog Guitar Through A Slim Phatty

Guitar and synth collide... with interesting results      07/04/11

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At the time of writing, currently in the edit room at Messe whilst trying to ignore the onslaught of the shred rendition of The Simpsons theme tune... blaring in through the window. However, I have found salvation in my headphones, and have brought you this, footage of the Moog guitar!

Using the Moog guitar through the multi pedal, and through analog synths such as the Slim Phatty can open up a bunch of interesting possibilities. Mainly that my terrible keyboard playing may no longer hold me back in the synth world.

Rich Beech
www.StudioParanormal.com

 

 


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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
looking for video    Said...

uh, video?

08-Apr-11 07:58 AM


Chuck Chillout    Said...

@1:43 of the video: "Imagine if you had that (sound generated from the Moog guitar through the Slim Phatty) MIDI-synced to a drum track . . . boom, chack, ah-boom boom chack . . . "

WTF?!?

The dude is there hyping the product. How much time and effort would it have taken him to bring along a drum machine and a MIDI cable to actually do that, instead of looking like a complete tool in "talking" the beat.

It would be hysterical if it wasn't so face-palmy tragic.

08-Apr-11 09:29 AM


Awesome!    Said...

That was really cool!

And 'Chuck' get over it, use some imagination!

Many musicians converse using the human voice to convey musical ideas anyway, I don't see what the big issue is...?

:P

09-Apr-11 06:37 AM


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