Tutorial - Rave Piano

Quick tutorial showing how to make an oldschool rave piano stab from the content that ships with Beatmaker 3.

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  • That was great! Short, interesting and clear.

    More please!

  • Dont worry there will be plenty more

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  • Nicely done

  • @triton100 said:
    If only all tutorials could be like this. Clear, concise and not boring. Thanks

    I started making tutorials years ago when i watched a tutorial by what was/is supposedly the best guy online doing tutorials and he he spoke slowly and repeated things often, all i could think was F*** Y** man, i know what a pause and rewind button do, get the F*** on with it.

    So yeah with some of my tutorials you may have to rewind to catch something, but hey, its the digital age hahaha

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  • Great stuff! I enjoyed...reminds me of k saundersons good life haha ;)

  • Great job @5pinlink - Straight to the point!

  • @slaq said:
    Great stuff! I enjoyed...reminds me of k saundersons good life haha ;)

    You should try this with M1 presets, it is the basis of the entire rave/house/hardcore scene from 89-96 or so, it is scary how many famous sounds are a chord M1 preset sampled lol

  • @5pinlink said:

    @slaq said:
    Great stuff! I enjoyed...reminds me of k saundersons good life haha ;)

    You should try this with M1 presets, it is the basis of the entire rave/house/hardcore scene from 89-96 or so, it is scary how many famous sounds are a chord M1 preset sampled lol

    Thats right! My secret weapon tx81z ;)

  • Yeah TX81Z is a serious secret weapon, but K1/4 FTW :)

  • @5pinlink said:
    Yeah TX81Z is a serious secret weapon, but K1/4 FTW :)

    K4 absolutely! Still looking for rack version. .K4 has a suberb filter B)

  • K1 and K4 are superb, the desktop unit is worth investigating too with the stick ;)
  • An unlocked Yamaha FM Essentials.app is pretty darn close to a real TX81Z(I've got one on my desk).
    Unlocked the app at a local music-store for free.

    Sampling the iM1 in BM3 is a blast :)
    (I'm hoping sampler-based re-sampling gets the same UI as the 'Plug-In' sampler. This would make re-sampling a lot easier instead of having to 'record' the pad to an audio-track and blah....).

  • I am just using export to resample right now
    Draw a MIDI note, export out, drag the sample back in from the browser
    Is there any easier way ?
    Bake to new pad would be ideal.

  • Good. Seagulls confirm the burr :)

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