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jerrydf

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  1. Nice clean, fresh sound. A quirky arrangement for a quirky ltric. Good sound. It's almost a Nick Lowe type of song (which is good), even some of your pronunciation in places is a bit Lowe-ish. jdf
  2. Great sound, nice punchy and raunchy. The ending is quirky, not a problem in principle, just that the sax sound is a little weird, and probably needed some stereo widening .. probably. I have Jam Origin guitar and bass, never used them properly yet, I ought to have a go with them. jdf
  3. Lovely work, really from the soul here. Well done.
  4. Great sound, Kenny, especially the guitar tone. Good work (as always). I'll tell you what - the standard of work here on Cakewalk songs is way better than the tracks on the "Made with Cubase" forum (I hope none of them are here). jdf
  5. Not really. I presume we've all got scores of saturation, tape and console emulators. And here's another one. But - it just may be the one you've been looking for. Or not...
  6. No fixed rules - try it all ways. Technically I'd say without. Two emulations of the same virtual kit is not really emulating any real life (if emulations ever do), but you may hit on a magic formula between the two (and any other emulations you can throw in at the same time). Dress those channels up like a Christmas Tree (CPU permitting) - throw in all the emulations you've got.
  7. Works fine in Cubase (and CbB) I expected the online form filling to be more hassle than it was worth, but I've tried it and it works very well. There's quite a few variations you can go through, but it does add a few dbs to its output, probably giving an impression of its power. But if you tame the output back down, it still has some grit to add. Interesting to play around with, and woth the money-free hassle. jdf
  8. Nice sounding loops (not one-off hits), tempting to buy the full kit. I notice on their site their Straight Ahead Bass (upright) is $35.10 (down from $89) - good sound and really tempting. jdf
  9. Warwickshire, UK (in the EU). The picture is the lane next to our house.
  10. I quite liked GOP5 for a basic quick start and overall background orchestra. So much so that I went for their Jazz and Big Band set. However - warning - as you proceed down this road its quite likely that you'll be tempted to augment the orchestra with better individual instruments costing as much as GOP itself. I did. The main issue I had with GOP5 was that the solo violin sounded a bit synthy. So I went for EastWest solo diamond, and also Embertone (plus a selection of folky fiddles from all round the place). Otherwise GOP is very usable and sounds good. jdf
  11. jerrydf

    Waves NX

    Interesting, thanks Grem
  12. jerrydf

    Waves NX

    How does it compare to Toneboosters' Isone + Morphit?
  13. So, did Confucius go for the electric fiddle too?
  14. So I went for the Electric Violin. It's an Ok toy for £21. Wouldn't pay any more for it though.
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