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VocalRun / Vocal Run 7 months ago
Christmas Time is Here. It's still not fully cooked but I'm wondering if there are too many notes in some of these chords. This is how it's written in my Charlie Brown book. What do you all think?


     

9 people like this: Midipunk, FidlerSongs, Scottyv, Buttercup, TheOther, Gemini, minime, JenCarie, sriracha

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sriracha   commented 7 months ago


Sounds great to me - some noise on the track itself tho'. Very cool!

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VocalRun   commented 7 months ago


How do I get rid of the noise on the track? I'm going into the focusrite from the keyboard. Should I midi it or maybe try the Eleven? This track does have some um...compression and uh...duh...what is that called? uh...I can't remember but is it that thing I can't remember or my levels maybe? Oink. I have a headache. Thanks Sri.

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sriracha   commented 7 months ago


midi

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VocalRun   commented 7 months ago


Okay. I'll try it the next run.

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sriracha   commented 7 months ago


as for the noise, check the outputs on your keyboard and the inputs on the focusrite and make sure they are clean. just sounds like a dirty connection to me. try a diff cable, etc. :)

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Midipunk   commented 7 months ago


no no stuff the midi raunchy = real

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sriracha   commented 7 months ago


she can still play it, but record midi to her DAW and use a nice piano plug.

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Midipunk   commented 7 months ago


she's awful nice and can benefit... turn off the furnace, dishwasher, etc., while recording

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VocalRun   commented 7 months ago


Midi, I've got the piano hooked in to the focusrite. I sure hope it's not my cord. it's the only one I own. I'll check it all out. Then I'll turn everything off. Then I'll do midi and real at the same time. Then ya'll can tell me if there's noise and stuff again.

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Midipunk   commented 7 months ago


I'm going to lay in bed & think about the three of us discussing this over drinks.

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JenCarie   commented 7 months ago


Hmmmm. This is something, that could really be something. lol... Very cool!

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JeanLui   commented 7 months ago


That piano sounds marvelous. If the piano is connected via MIDI, you will use a multichannel round cable (more unstable and more likely of noise and faults) to the interface. If you use the stereo outputs, it is likely that some of the 2 channels in the entire cable path have a fault, or even in the Jack connectors themselves. The 3 conditions so that there are no errors: 1 Oxygenated quality cable. 2 quality jacks (if it can be NEUTRIX). 3 Welds well made and with 3-layer tin, that is, professional welds. In my opinion (as an electronics engineer technician) one of the ACTIVE phases is failing. Summary: get a good audio cable or repair the one you already have.