Miguel Catalão started the topic Nouveay Matin – French Pop with melodica main lines in the forum General melodica discussion 6 months, 2 weeks ago
This is a nice Pop song in french. In this one i used a Hohner Melodica (you can see it in the vídeo).
Piano and drums are from Reason Pianos and Reason drums 2. The song also had a guitar from Virtual Guitarrist, and a bass from Reason Electric Basses but both have now acoustic versions.
The Bass was recorded…[Read more]
You could try TC Helicon voicetone, or something simmilar. Detuning real time and chorus/unison effects are digital processes. They not only double they use phase shifting and variable detuning.
I use Reason as my main daw. It has a built in detuner in it’s sequencer for the Audio tracks. It works in Cents or in mid tones for the audio tracks. It also has a device called polar that can be used real time for detuning, so in a live performance and using a good audio card for low latency it is a good option for this kind of…[Read more]
Glad you like it. I play world music, and sometimes i get people asking to play accordion on some tracks. I don’t play accordion, and usually i take my Hohner Melodica for those tracks and people always say it’s like a toy (which usually gets me mad bout either the melodica or the recorder).
I’m sure they will have a completely…[Read more]
BTW if you’re interested in hearing it here’s a little snippet i recorded today…
I did some tricks to get a wider pallet from it, basically doubled the bass and got it one octave down, and doubled the treble with some cents detuning and another octave up making it sound more like a bandoneon. It…[Read more]
Thank’s for the reply! As i said i was lurking the forum, so i end up seeing some of your vids from youtube, including the DYI melodicas (the new diamond is beautiful!) Wonderful work! I only wish i had 1/10th of the patience and talent you have to do those instruments!
My name is Miguel, I’m a Wind and Keys player from Portugal. I play piano and synths, Flute, recorder and some World flutes (Thin and Low Whistle, Bansuri, etc), bagpipes, a bit of harmonica and of course Melodica.
However, my first instrument at about 5 or 6 y/o was a Bontempi melodica that my grandma gave me, which was the instrument…[Read more]