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Default Many Rivers to cross - Jimmy Cliff - 18-07-2010, 12:41 PM


Hello to you all

Here's "Many Rivers to Cross" of Jimmy Cliff

A quick test of the micro and the VH is some time ago
with the Tyros 3 with my female singers

I hope you like this song
Midi and RGT are available on request

(actually Not charged in BOXNET)

Greetings from France and good sunny Sunday

For me, a great splash into the sea mediterranean
to Argelés (for those who know)

In advance, Thank you for listening

Andre
http://www.box.net/shared/u94gu171xg

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Default Re: Many Rivers to cross - Jimmy Cliff - 25-07-2010, 05:39 PM

Hi Andre,
a very nice rendering by you,.....it could have done with more vocals.
I think that the VH is distorting a bit...I have this same problem on the T! and T2 although the VH on the old PSR 9000 worked perfectly

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Default Re: Many Rivers to cross - Jimmy Cliff - 26-07-2010, 07:05 PM


Hello Leo

I just forced the VH voluntarily

I had fun singing it

I tell you soon on this forum

André


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Wink Re: Many Rivers to cross - Jimmy Cliff - 05-04-2011, 06:37 AM

Wow!

Cool, real cool!

The playing was great - real nice beats, Saurimonde!

Yr singing a Jimmy Cliff number made the song sound really cute, 'specially with the French accent. Sounds like you was having fun!

I'd just woken up from a nap and this song really helped me to get my head working once again!

Thanx for the song, Sauri, really nice!

What the hell's a "VH" - Voice Harmonizer, maybe?

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Default Re: Many Rivers to cross - Jimmy Cliff - 10-04-2011, 02:16 PM


Hello Scooter and thanks for listening and your comment

VH = "Vocal harmonizer".

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