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Offline vbdx66

Incredible synth patches on the E463 - Gearfacts YouTube video
« on: October 08, 2019, 05:38:15 PM »
Hi guys,

If youíre into creative experimentation with the PSR E 4xx series (I am especially thinking of @SeaGtGruff and @SciNote here), just have a look at this video. The really cool stuff begins at about 5í something.

Gearfacts trademark is to make really weird experiment with entry-level keyboard, mostly stuff the keyboard was not designed for in the first place... thatís where the real fun begins.

Enjoy 8)

https://youtu.be/jBOd1N2C9BA

Vinciane

« Last Edit: October 08, 2019, 10:19:05 PM by vbdx66 »
Past keyboards: PSR E313, PSR E413, PSR E433, PSR S550, DGX 640, upright piano.
Now: DGX 650, Casio CT-X800.
 
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Offline SeaGtGruff

Re: Incredible synth patches on the E463 - Gearfacts YouTube video
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2019, 06:26:08 PM »
I'll have to listen again with headphones on. :)
Michael Rideout
Current keyboards: Yamaha YPT-400, PSR-E433, PSR-E443, PSR-EW400, MX49 BK
Current controllers: M-Audio Axiom 61-II
Previous keyboards: Farfisa Matador 611; Casio CTK-710
 

Online Duurduur

Re: Incredible synth patches on the E463 - Gearfacts YouTube video
« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2019, 10:14:01 PM »
Thanks for the link.
This will keep me busy for a couple of weeks.

Ruud
Yamaha PSR E463
 

Offline SciNote

Re: Incredible synth patches on the E463 - Gearfacts YouTube video
« Reply #3 on: October 09, 2019, 09:47:22 AM »
Very nice!  As I've always said, the PSR-E400 series keyboards are far more capable than many people give them credit for.  I also use the harmony tremolo and echo effects for delay/LFO type effects for some of my sounds.

Around 6:20-6:39 in the video has a very Vangelis type of sound.

He said that his techniques can be used across the PSR-E line, but he was using the DSP effects quite a bit, which are only available on the PSR-E453 and E463 (and their EW400 and EW410 76-key equivalents).  But still, with the other suggestions about using the envelope and filter for the dual voice, as well as using the arpeggio function, there is still plenty of good advice that applies to the whole line of these keyboards.  The only problem with using the data-wheel to control a specific parameter is that you cannot program the function of the data wheel to a registration, so it would be difficult to use that feature during a live performance when you're switching between registrations.  But it could still have potential when playing in a band or doing a multi-track recording.
Bob
Current: Yamaha PSR-E433, Roland GAIA SH-01, Casio CDP-200R, Casio MT-68 (wired to bass pedals)
Past: Yamaha PSR-520, PSR-510, PSR-500, DX-7, D-80 home organ, and a few Casios