remote set up and special effects

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by crowmadic, Feb 2, 2009.

  1. SteveB

    SteveB Mezzo Piano User

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    My pleasure. With all the on-line stores out there (good and bad), reputable word-of-mouth is about the only way one can get a decent heads-up these days.
     
  2. crowmadic

    crowmadic Mezzo Piano User

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    thanks to Steve and all that gave input, it's exactly what I was looking for.

    crow
     
  3. hspeulman

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    Hello Steve B. (sorry for my English).
    I see you use the Digitech Live pro and your keyboardist feeds te harmony. I hope you have the answer of my question.
    I have a Nord stage 2 and also a Yamaha Tyros 3. I also have a Digitech Live Pro for four years now. However, I
    have hardly used it so far. I would like to use it more often, both in duo
    formation as well as in a five-person band.
    On my Nord Stage 2 I sometimes play songs in a different key than what the
    band plays. For example, Originally the band plays in Cis, while I play in C.
    Unfortunately the harmony does not sound pure. It does though, when I play
    and sing in C.
    If I pitch-up a song let's say 5 taps or keys, but play in C, it does not
    sound well. It's falls. Which settings do I need on the Nord stage and the Live pro to make sure the harmony
    remains in tact after transposing? (on the Tyros for a couple day I have the answer but nog for the combination Nordstage 2 & Live pro.
    So by transposing on the Nord, I will play the same accord (C) but realy is +
    2. De Digitech Live pro harmony must folow this transposing.
    Is the problem clear?

    Does it have anything to do with 'receive' or 'sent' on the Nord Stage 2 or
    Live Pro? When I transpose the and on the Nord I play the same accords, then
    it sounds not good.

    I hope my description is clear and look forward to receiving your support.
    Thank you in advance.

    Kind regards Henk Speulman
    The Netherlands
    ps. a nice website. Great music !
     

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