ReasonTalk Guitar Patches

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dimi
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Post 11 Apr 2017

It's going to be free :)
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littlejam
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Post 11 Apr 2017

hello,

i just kicked most of the kuassa stuff to make the refill work

can't wait to start doing 'guitar stuff'

thanks,

j

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Post 12 Apr 2017

dimi wrote:It's going to be free :)
Nice! :shock:

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Post 12 Apr 2017

I can hardly stand the wait! :) Looking forward to having these excellent guitar tones in my rack!
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Post 14 Apr 2017

Here's an industrial patch for guitar, using Vermilion (and Creme for 4x12 speakers) and Efektor OD3603 Pro Overdrive. In a song:
https://allihoopa.com/s/CCczwHCK
(edit note: The Vermilion gain and Volume, and the Efektor Level are too high for most uses, so turn these down for most situations.)
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moneykube
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Post 15 Apr 2017

you guys are making it hard not to buy creme lol... and on sale I think... I have Vermilion and love it

teddymcw
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Post 15 Apr 2017

So I'm not the best at designing all my tones but I'm having trouble really capturing a classic sound I've tried to describe in the title of the post. The example below is a bit extreme but a great one. Another example would be the guitar plucks in MJ's Thriller.

Is there a good amount of springverb on the guitar below? I just can't seem to get the sound tight and metallic enough on my strat, which doesn't make it easier I suppose.




Many thanks

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Post 15 Apr 2017

dimi wrote:It's going to be free :)
Yesssssssss! Thank you!
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Post 16 Apr 2017

Been really excited since I came across this thread a few days ago, (and apologies if I missed it somewhere already):

But when do you all expect to be releasing the Refill with all this magic in it? Very excited!

- Allison


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Post 17 Apr 2017

teddymcw wrote:...I'm having trouble really capturing a classic sound I've tried to describe in the title of the post. The example below is a bit extreme but a great one. Another example would be the guitar plucks in MJ's Thriller...
Here's a stab at it with Vermilion:


I think a lot of the sound in your examples is the guitar players themselves: Very strong fingers and hard precise plucking.
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Post 17 Apr 2017

jfrichards wrote:Here's a stab at it with Vermilion:
Thanks for the tone! Just curious... what's the story behind the X-Wah combinator? Where does it come from?

Much appreciated.
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Post 17 Apr 2017

NekujaK wrote:...what's the story behind the X-Wah combinator? ...
Me and Giles and Noel put this together a while back out of the need for a wah with Line6 going away. It's in Dropbox somewhere earlier in this thread. I'm waiting for my favorite guitar sound designers, Kuassa, to come out with a Wah rack extension soon.

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Post 18 Apr 2017

jfrichards wrote:
NekujaK wrote:...what's the story behind the X-Wah combinator? ...
Me and Giles and Noel put this together a while back out of the need for a wah with Line6 going away. It's in Dropbox somewhere earlier in this thread. I'm waiting for my favorite guitar sound designers, Kuassa, to come out with a Wah rack extension soon.
Heh... apparently I had downloaded X-Wah a few months ago and didn't realize it :oops: Thanks for helping me remember ;)

+1 on a wah from Kuassa, plus any other guitar goodies they see fit to create!
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Post 19 Apr 2017

Until waiting for the big refill, here is a nice patch for Creme.
Add your favorite delay and reverb :)

http://nalbantov.com/2017/04/19/progres ... for-creme/
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Post 19 Apr 2017

jfrichards wrote:Here's a stab at it with Vermilion:


I think a lot of the sound in your examples is the guitar players themselves: Very strong fingers and hard precise plucking.

Wow, many thanks! I prob wouldn't have though to dig up the X-Wah in conjunction with this funk strat patch. It really does have that extra metallic punch that accentuates any great technique of play.

I knew someone like you would come through John ; ) and with flying colors as usual.

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Post 20 Apr 2017

Incidentally, this is how I think about the alter-ego of Revival these days (especially in songs like this):
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Post 21 Apr 2017

:thumbs_up:
Which one, mono 1x12" or stereo FRFR 2x10"?
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Post 21 Apr 2017

I got the Johnny Winter Blues Survival Special with the JBL D120F, and it still has the beer bottle rip and beer stains from when he sat in with us and told some drunken suit to go f*^k himself for requesting "Ballad of the Green Berets" right after we did Highway 61 (25:20 on this video) (RIP Johnny).
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Post 21 Apr 2017

Another one until waiting :D
Electric Acoustic Simulation with EQs DOWNLOAD HERE:
http://nalbantov.com/2017/04/21/electri ... -reason-9/
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Post 21 Apr 2017

Thanks so much for that acoustic guitar patch Dimi with the MP5. I used it with my Strat going direct in (had to lower the high frequency EQ's quite a bit) and then used it again with a Neptune added with +12 on the transpose, and the formant ON for a 12-string acoustic sound. You can use other EQ's if you don't have the MP5. The pretty chord change is B minor to E flat with a major ninth.
https://allihoopa.com/s/meuqJ9VG
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Post 24 Apr 2017

One more :
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Post 26 Apr 2017

Product Specialist for Kuassa http://www.kuassa.com :essentials:

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Post 28 Apr 2017

whoooooop.... great site... thanks for posting... bookmarked... thanks for the patches provided :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: :puf_smile:

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Post 28 Apr 2017

Huge news for guitar players in Reason! VST integration coming soon (4 weeks). Recording Reason tracks with Amplitube, Scuffham, etc. right alongside Kuassa tracks is such a wonderful concept. It's like getting a law legalizing polyamory. Dogs and cats sleeping together! (Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters).

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Post 28 Apr 2017

jfrichards wrote:Huge news for guitar players in Reason! VST integration coming soon (4 weeks). Recording Reason tracks with Amplitube, Scuffham, etc. right alongside Kuassa tracks is such a wonderful concept. It's like getting a law legalizing polyamory. Dogs and cats sleeping together! (Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters).
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The Reason Essentials for €$69 is going to be one of the best and less expensive VST Host for guitar players.

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