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Fender Rhodes Mark II vs. Software vs. Nord Comparison

VST, AU, etc. plug-in Virtual Instruments discussion

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KVRAF
 
5297 posts since 25 Mar, 2004

Postby BERFAB; Wed Oct 16, 2013 5:55 am

Very slick video. Well done.
I just wish I understood the narrative, but I think I got the gist.

Cheers
-B
Berfab
So many plugins, so little time...
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14 posts since 23 May, 2013

Postby christianlaptop; Wed Oct 16, 2013 7:06 am

BERFAB wrote:Very slick video. Well done.
I just wish I understood the narrative, but I think I got the gist.

Cheers
-B



Hey,

I put subtitles into the video. You have to activate them in the video-window at the bottom right next to the quality-button.
KVRAF
 
5297 posts since 25 Mar, 2004

Postby BERFAB; Wed Oct 16, 2013 12:27 pm

christianlaptop wrote:
BERFAB wrote:Very slick video. Well done.
I just wish I understood the narrative, but I think I got the gist.

Cheers
-B



Hey,

I put subtitles into the video. You have to activate them in the video-window at the bottom right next to the quality-button.


A-ha!
Now it makes sense.

Kudos.

-B
Berfab
So many plugins, so little time...
KVRAF
 
7219 posts since 19 Feb, 2004, from Paris
 

Postby Lotuzia; Wed Oct 16, 2013 1:12 pm

christianlaptop wrote:
izonin wrote:
christianlaptop wrote:NeoSoul, CFrentzen, Scarbee VintageKeys and RSP are all Mark I Samples!


That explains why there's more "barking" in the low octaves. I prefer the cleaner sound of Mark II.


Well, I could have voiceed the piano to bark more. I'm a bit careful with statements like "That sounds not like a Mark I" or "Ah, that's the reason why it sounds like this". There is a lot you can do with voicing... ;)


And with velocity curves also. I saw that you adapted your playing during the first moments of each track for each plug. Anyway, a great, interesting video, and a pleasurable moment. Thanks. :tu:
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Postby christianlaptop; Wed Oct 16, 2013 2:49 pm

Lotuzia wrote:And with velocity curves also. I saw that you adapted your playing during the first moments of each track for each plug. Anyway, a great, interesting video, and a pleasurable moment. Thanks. :tu:


Yeah, that's why I did not use one midifile for all plugins ;)
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9 posts since 21 Nov, 2012, from Norway
  

Postby slow-clap; Fri Jun 27, 2014 7:27 am Re: Fender Rhodes Mark II vs. Software vs. Nord Comparison

Very nice roudnup.

I've used RSP for many years, and it's still one of my favourites. I aslo use the NEO-soul a lot, its great!.
I'll also recommend the Mark I Stage Premier from Premier Sound factory, a very nice sounding Rhodes.

All are great sounding rhodes, exept the Nord-library. Too bad they'v neglected the rhodes for so many years. They keep comming up with new great-sounding grand pianos, but they still having this 5Mb cheap rhodes patches.
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Postby neverenoughfunk; Sat Jun 28, 2014 8:59 am Re: Fender Rhodes Mark II vs. Software vs. Nord Comparison

thanks for sharing first off... secondly, all i could say is "in the pocket"... you guys were "in the groove"... not sure which product sounded the "best"... but being in the "pocket" always out shines the product/sound... i.e. it's not the tool but the craftsman...
if sarcasm was musical talent... there would be a ton of Mozarts walking around... :tu:
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