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Default Rick Wakeman solo - 31-12-2010, 10:32 AM

Hello dear friends
its the last day of this year,so i want to add a song of one of my favorite synth player Rick Wakeman.
its al done in fl studio with the following plugins
channel 1 bright piano nexus 2
channel 2 mini moog
channel 3 magnus choir
channel 4 mini moog
channel 5 mellotron

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all of you a ferry happy and healty 2011
and look out with fireworks

Romeo
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Default Re: Rick Wakeman solo - 31-12-2010, 11:37 AM

Hi Romeo, Very cleverly done and well played, although this music is not really ' my cup of tea '...Pam


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Default Re: Rick Wakeman solo - 31-12-2010, 03:08 PM

Hi Romeo
Very clever stuff, I couldn't play that many notes in a week.
Happy new Year mate
Cheers
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Default Re: Rick Wakeman solo - 01-01-2011, 09:40 AM

Thanks to Pam and Spike for listening and the kind words

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Default Re: Rick Wakeman solo - 01-01-2011, 10:36 AM


Hello Romeo

A typical piece of Wakeman WELL PLAYED and no easy

Hello the little fingers !!!!!

Wakeman has long used GEM GENERAL MUSIC keyboards

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Default Re: Rick Wakeman solo - 04-01-2011, 12:55 PM

Romeo

Very talented - as from the 2nd part he blew me out the water. I cannot hit that many notes - ever!!

Nice performance from him.

Hmmm - I'll have to practice more....

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Default Re: Rick Wakeman solo - 05-01-2011, 04:19 PM

Thanks Johan for listening and your kind words

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Default Re: Rick Wakeman solo - 14-01-2011, 10:07 PM

Hi Romeo.

Intriguing stuff that left me a little confused,....I can only imagine that fl studio somehow computer generates the notes , as it would seem almost impossible for any human fingers to move that fast ? .

Was a Wakeman fan in the old days, so I'm really interested in how the arrangement was compiled .

Great stuff however it was done .

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Default Re: Rick Wakeman solo - 14-01-2011, 10:31 PM

Hi Romeo

Great stuff.
And yes human fingers can go so fast (not mine )
this music is not really my cup of tea but when you make more of this it become one of the music styles I like.
keep on going
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Default Re: Rick Wakeman solo - 15-01-2011, 05:36 PM

Blimey Romeo, this must have taken ages to put together.

Incredible bit of playing.

You'll have to tell us how you put it all together.

Where the notes played in at 1/2 tempo, and then sped up? Did you learn this, or read from music?

However you put this together, it was really impressive.

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