Effects guru Bill Ruppert takes a look at creating ‘spooky’ sounds for Halloween, using just a guitar and Electro Harmonix effects pedals.
Effects guru Bill Ruppert, as part of his excellent EHX Effectology series, takes a look at the Ravish Sitar pedal.
No keyboards, samplers or midi pickups were used.
Setting specifics are available in the EHX forum.
Willis plays the GR-55
‘Been ages since I uploaded. Hope this makes up for it. I’m putting the GR-55 through its paces plus I’ve cranked things up on the production side. Now back to work on the new TT cd . . .
Rob Marcello (formerly of Danger Danger) demos the Roland-GR-55 guitar synthesizer at the 2011 Summer NAMM Show.
The latest episode of Bill Ruppert’s excellent Electro-Harmonix Effectology series, Paranormal Guitar, takes a look at creating ‘impossible effects’, using just a standard guitar and EHX pedals.
Settings for each of the sounds is available at the EXH forum.
This is a guitar synth jam on the Misa Kitara:
Check out Yoshiaki kicking in with Kitara, which was delivered to him only 2 weeks ago for beta testing. We like. 🙂
The latest episode of Bill Ruppert’s Electro-Harmonix Effectology series looks at how to turn you guitar into a string synth and tin whistle using effects pedals.
See the EHX site for pedal settings.
Roland has released the GR-55 Guitar Synthesizer, the company’s latest guitar synth. Combining PCM synthesis with digital instrument modeling from the VG-99 V-Guitar System, the GR-55 represents Roland’s latest advances in guitar synthesis. Here’s a demo of the Roland GR-55 guitar synth in action:
Roland has released the GR-55 Guitar Synthesizer, the company’s latest guitar synth.
Combining PCM synthesis with digital instrument modeling from the VG-99 V-Guitar System, the GR-55 represents Roland’s latest advances in guitar synthesis.
Here’s a demo of the Roland GR-55 guitar synth in action: Continue reading “Roland GR-55 Guitar Synthesizer Now Available”
Roland Guitar Synth Challenge entry by Wayne Scott Joness featuring the Roland GI-20.
The GI-20 is used with a Roland GK-3 divided pickup to play a variety of software synthesizers and sound modules, including the Roland XV-5080 fitted with the SRX-07 Ultimate Keys Expansion board.
All MIDI performances are from the GI-20, with the exception of drum loop programming.
This video, via drmoonstien, is a distorted and demented demonstration of the Dr’s bizarre synth guitar.
No details were provided with the video – so if you know anything more about this strange synth guitar, leave a comment!