Fingerpicking Nylon - A-List Guitarist in the shop

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Re: Fingerpicking Nylon - A-List Guitarist in the shop

Postby arqui » 15 Apr 2017

Is the best A-List of all, I hope your brothers are upgraded to this one.
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Re: Fingerpicking Nylon - A-List Guitarist in the shop

Postby sdst » 15 Apr 2017

arqui wrote:Is the best A-List of all,


I was about to say the same thing

Lots of fun with this thing
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Postby mguh22 » 15 Apr 2017

This thing is beautiful.
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Postby artotaku » 16 Apr 2017

I´m no guitar player and basically have no clue about it but this is is what I came up with:



To me the guitar sounds very clean and hifi and - as others have mentioned - better than A-List Acoustic and Electric Guitarist that I also have.
There are some issues/bugs with the sequencer though. It does not always sync correctly when the playhead is moved and playing is restarted. Another issue I noticed is when the style phrases are changed all eighth or quarter note while the chords are triggered it arbitrarily mutes.
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Re: Fingerpicking Nylon - A-List Guitarist in the shop

Postby WongoTheSane » 16 Apr 2017

artotaku wrote:To me the guitar sounds very clean and hifi and - as others have mentioned - better than A-List Acoustic and Electric Guitarist that I also have.
There are some issues/bugs with the sequencer though. It does not always sync correctly when the playhead is moved and playing is restarted. Another issue I noticed is when the style phrases are changed all eighth or quarter note while the chords are triggered it arbitrarily mutes.


FWIW, the desync when moving the playhead is stated in the manual: as the device is tempo based, it cannot keep being in sync when you're desyncing it manually (it wouldn't make sense). In the same way, I think your muting problem comes from the fact that when style and chord changes happen, they have to start at the exact same time; the slightest shift, even by a tick, will prevent it from syncing correctly. The solution is to quantize both note starts and note lengths.
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Postby sdst » 16 Apr 2017

Here my attempt to do something with this

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Postby artotaku » 16 Apr 2017

WongoTheSane wrote:
artotaku wrote:To me the guitar sounds very clean and hifi and - as others have mentioned - better than A-List Acoustic and Electric Guitarist that I also have.
There are some issues/bugs with the sequencer though. It does not always sync correctly when the playhead is moved and playing is restarted. Another issue I noticed is when the style phrases are changed all eighth or quarter note while the chords are triggered it arbitrarily mutes.


FWIW, the desync when moving the playhead is stated in the manual: as the device is tempo based, it cannot keep being in sync when you're desyncing it manually (it wouldn't make sense). In the same way, I think your muting problem comes from the fact that when style and chord changes happen, they have to start at the exact same time; the slightest shift, even by a tick, will prevent it from syncing correctly. The solution is to quantize both note starts and note lengths.

Good to know, thanks. Yes, the notes are all legato and not in sync with the phrase changes. I reread the passage in the manual and it makes sense now.
Regarding the second issue I could solve it by choosing another phrase for the last note.
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Re: Fingerpicking Nylon - A-List Guitarist in the shop

Postby WongoTheSane » 16 Apr 2017

artotaku wrote:
WongoTheSane wrote:
artotaku wrote:To me the guitar sounds very clean and hifi and - as others have mentioned - better than A-List Acoustic and Electric Guitarist that I also have.
There are some issues/bugs with the sequencer though. It does not always sync correctly when the playhead is moved and playing is restarted. Another issue I noticed is when the style phrases are changed all eighth or quarter note while the chords are triggered it arbitrarily mutes.


FWIW, the desync when moving the playhead is stated in the manual: as the device is tempo based, it cannot keep being in sync when you're desyncing it manually (it wouldn't make sense). In the same way, I think your muting problem comes from the fact that when style and chord changes happen, they have to start at the exact same time; the slightest shift, even by a tick, will prevent it from syncing correctly. The solution is to quantize both note starts and note lengths.

Good to know, thanks. Yes, the notes are all legato and not in sync with the phrase changes. I reread the passage in the manual and it makes sense now.
Regarding the second issue I could solve it by choosing another phrase for the last note.


Glad it helped! Nice test song btw :)
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Postby Data_Shrine » 16 Apr 2017

artotaku wrote:I´m no guitar player and basically have no clue about it but this is is what I came up with:



To me the guitar sounds very clean and hifi and - as others have mentioned - better than A-List Acoustic and Electric Guitarist that I also have.
There are some issues/bugs with the sequencer though. It does not always sync correctly when the playhead is moved and playing is restarted. Another issue I noticed is when the style phrases are changed all eighth or quarter note while the chords are triggered it arbitrarily mutes.


Wow that's very impressive. I really dig your track too - it got a Silent Hill/dark movie soundtrack vibe.

This RE now is on my wish list !
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Postby SA Studio » 16 Apr 2017

WongoTheSane wrote:
arqui wrote:I would like this post to talk about the product and not the sales policies that would be elsewhere, sorry


Agreed. Here's one ballad I made with Fingerpicking Nylon. Also includes Acoustic Guitarist, a bit of Electric Guitarist Power Chords, a Radical Keys, and an upright bass and brushes from the Reason 9 sound bank:



...and I think it's a fantastic device. It would have taken me hours upon hours of comping if I had tried to do this on my IRL guitar.


Hey! Real nice demonstration of those RE's! Sounds really good :thumbs_up: :reason:
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Postby SA Studio » 16 Apr 2017

artotaku wrote:I´m no guitar player and basically have no clue about it but this is is what I came up with:



To me the guitar sounds very clean and hifi and - as others have mentioned - better than A-List Acoustic and Electric Guitarist that I also have.
There are some issues/bugs with the sequencer though. It does not always sync correctly when the playhead is moved and playing is restarted. Another issue I noticed is when the style phrases are changed all eighth or quarter note while the chords are triggered it arbitrarily mutes.


Dang! That's also nice! Great examples
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Postby joeyluck » 16 Apr 2017

Looks like they fixed the click/hit area of the keys for this one. Hoping they fix the others soon! :)
I had the issue confirmed for Pop Chords by Propellerhead Support back in September...
Very hard to use the interactive keyboard display on that one (and probably the others still)
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Re: Fingerpicking Nylon - A-List Guitarist in the shop

Postby WongoTheSane » 16 Apr 2017

SA Studio wrote:Hey! Real nice demonstration of those RE's! Sounds really good :thumbs_up: :reason:


Hey thanks man! :)

joeyluck wrote:Looks like they fixed the click/hit area of the keys for this one. Hoping they fix the others soon! :)
I had the issue confirmed for Pop Chords by Propellerhead Support back in September...
Very hard to use the interactive keyboard display on that one (and probably the others still)


Yes, both Acoustic Guitarist and PowerChords have the same problem. Now that they have the correct code, it should be easy to implement it and push a quick upgrade...
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Re: Fingerpicking Nylon - A-List Guitarist in the shop

Postby joeyluck » 16 Apr 2017

WongoTheSane wrote:Yes, both Acoustic Guitarist and PowerChords have the same problem. Now that they have the correct code, it should be easy to implement it and push a quick upgrade...


:thumbs_up: :puf_smile:

I replied to the support ticket to remind them.
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Postby Karim » 17 Apr 2017

Miguel da Wu wrote:Mmmh, I think it doesn´t look soo bad. Simple wood design.
Maybe a bit too expensive if you already own the other A-List guitarist. Or is there a discount?

the mood is cheaper than the gold

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Re: Fingerpicking Nylon - A-List Guitarist in the shop

Postby Juan Rosa » 18 Apr 2017

arqui wrote:Is the best A-List of all, I hope your brothers are upgraded to this one.


May you upload a video to see al the capabilities of this RE?
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Re: Fingerpicking Nylon - A-List Guitarist in the shop

Postby artotaku » 18 Apr 2017

SA Studio wrote:
artotaku wrote:I´m no guitar player and basically have no clue about it but this is is what I came up with:



To me the guitar sounds very clean and hifi and - as others have mentioned - better than A-List Acoustic and Electric Guitarist that I also have.
There are some issues/bugs with the sequencer though. It does not always sync correctly when the playhead is moved and playing is restarted. Another issue I noticed is when the style phrases are changed all eighth or quarter note while the chords are triggered it arbitrarily mutes.


Dang! That's also nice! Great examples

Thanks!
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Postby aaron » 21 Apr 2017

WongoTheSane wrote:
mguh22 wrote:Anyone know if this is Reason 9 only? Not going to get chance to try it out until later this evening and it would be good to know!


It isn't, it works on 8 at least.


Even with Reason 7.1 :cool:
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Postby Yonatan » 21 Apr 2017

This device is top class. In pair with Kontakt.
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Postby aeox » 21 Apr 2017

more cheat codes to buy! woo!
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Postby Ottostrom » 21 Apr 2017

aeox wrote:more cheat codes to buy! woo!

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Postby Lov2sing » 21 Apr 2017

Has anyone noticed the sound for the frets button is not heard? What I wish is that they had a intensity control for the fret sound instead of a one size fits all button. All in all I love this RE.
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Postby aeox » 21 Apr 2017

Ottostrom wrote:
aeox wrote:more cheat codes to buy! woo!

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you took it the wrong way. it was meant to be said in a cheerful way.

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