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 Forum: Equipment   Topic: sub woofer with the Stick - awesome! :-)

Posted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 2:48 am 

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There's an Aux Out on the back of the Roland EX. Good thing with the sub is the switch to reverse phase; it really sounds a lot better when it's in phase with Roland. you mean the output which originally intended to connect another cube street ex? Well, I have it packed down in a case now so I can'...

 Forum: Equipment   Topic: sub woofer with the Stick - awesome! :-)

Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 2:26 pm 

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Boaz wrote:
so where do you connect the sub woofer ?

There's an Aux Out on the back of the Roland EX. Good thing with the sub is the switch to reverse phase; it really sounds a lot better when it's in phase with Roland.

 Forum: Equipment   Topic: sub woofer with the Stick - awesome! :-)

Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 11:00 am 

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I recently acquired a Fostex sub woofer and connected it to my Roland Street Cube EX. WOW, what a great sound! So much better then just the Roland on its own! But I don't use the pre amp stuff of Roland's, because it muddies down the tone too much. Instead, I have a little pedalboard with two Sotic ...

 Forum: Stick® Method   Topic: Aches and Pains? Trey Gunn plays with instrument on his lap?

Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 10:46 am 

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When I saw Trey perform here in Stockholm he took on a drummer's hat and played "fake tablas" on his Warr on the lap. He sounded just great as a hand drummer and played very well with the other musicians in the band. Maybe one should not confuse that percussive approach with playing melodi...

 Forum: "Teflon" Instruments and Musicians non-Stick   Topic: I bought a Roli Lightpad Block Verycool

Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2017 4:34 am 

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Seems to be a useful gadget! Over here I'm using the Ableton Push a lot and I love the ability to switch the grid to match all kind of scales. It doesn't make sense to memorize scale positions on a rubber pads grid, like for example on an EWI. My EWI is more like a saxophone; every new scale opens u...

 Forum: Showcase   Topic: Bamboo! 30 min gig video

Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2017 10:56 am 

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Do you have a lead sheet that shows the chord progression along with the melody that is stick friendly? No, I'm afraid not. But the chord progression is rather simple; just the three common minor chords. Like (if assuming the key B minor) for example: B minor, F#minor, E minor. Then play the melodi...

 Forum: Showcase   Topic: Bamboo! 30 min gig video

 Post subject: Bamboo! 30 min gig video
Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2017 9:14 am 

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I love the tone of my Bamboo SG-12 with the new strings. I'm tuning a half note lower than the SE recommendation for MR and I use a bit thicker strings than the SE heavy set. And I play only on the neck pickups and with the thinnest, non-boosting, filter knob setting of the PASV-4. I may like my fat...

 Forum: Chapman Stick®   Topic: 12-String Railboard, is it going to be released this year?

Posted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 8:44 am 

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FuzzyJammer wrote:
Can we dream about an SG-12 Railboard? The shorter scale will help with the extra weight of aluminum board a lot.
(Oh, and if one can dream, let's make it headless for even more travel-friendliness).

Oh my Gosh!!! :-)

 Forum: Equipment   Topic: Railboard overdrive

 Post subject: Re: Railboard overdrive
Posted: Sat Feb 18, 2017 9:16 am 

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What about a vocal processor, like the TC Helicon units. They have phantom power and XLR inputs, though I don't know how they would sound, nor if they would do a good job processing polyphonic signals. I have a VocaLive#2 here that I love for flute and cello. But for Stick I'm not so keen on it bec...

 Forum: Chapman Stick®   Topic: were we tuning wrong all those years

Posted: Sat Feb 18, 2017 9:10 am 

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Views: 556


Good post! Yes, it is essential to tune by ear and matching whatever you intend to play as well as the string tension and string height intonation. I've learned this by praxis as a studio musician. Listen and tune *in place*.
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