ReasonTalk Guitar Patches

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jfrichards
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Post 19 Jul 2015

Anyone wanna help with contributing patches, combinators and skins, and content organization?

8-28-15 Edit:
After 30 posts in this thread, and many great contributions, I plan to maintain this first post as a repository for the submissions. Please continue to submit patches. Dirk's (Eusti's) idea is for Reason guitarists to take these guitar patches and organize them in their own folder/file system so they are easily accessible in the browser. Below is a suggestive folder layout that I use, but feel free to set up one however you need it for your workflow.
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10-29-16 edit:
After 69 posts in this thread (a truly honorable number), and lots more good stuff, I realize that this thread can simply be the place to post patches forever, and the ones posted in this first one can just be a few examples.
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Patches:
Revival - White Marshall cabinet:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/gu82hyamdt9y4 ... patch?dl=0
Vermilion - Johnny's Fender:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/84oya2tvdz4xg ... patch?dl=0
Creme - Nirvana Distorted:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/sqqovp25f2vlj ... patch?dl=0
X-Wah pedal:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ogyuw261r5x2l ... h.cmb?dl=0
Eddie G's Vermilion/Creme power amp:
http://www.reasontalk.com/download/file.php?id=2363735
Hydlide's 24 guitar effect combinators:
http://www.reasontalk.com/download/file.php?id=2363740
Vermilion/Trident Hendrix stage sound (Trident is not required):
https://www.dropbox.com/s/6vfonfqgzsybf ... 1.cmb?dl=0
Zac/Tincture's 9 combinators (various RE's, especially Vermilion and RE-2A, but substitutions are easy)
http://www.reasontalk.com/download/file.php?id=2363788
Softube Hendrix blues sound:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/myoa1z1mwe4y0 ... 9.cmb?dl=0
Normen's Rockman sound, like the band Boston:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/1x4rwr6f55dwp ... n.cmb?dl=0
Normen's RATT sound:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2dk8uu43dmgag5g/BlotzBox.cmb
Johnny's Engl snarl Creme, Vermilion, RE-2A (not required)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/11cjm4dcb2c3c ... 9.cmb?dl=0

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After a few more months, maybe we could release it as a refill
If possible, please name the patch starting with 3-letter abbreviations for the rack extensions used (if any), then the patch/combinator name, then your initials, like Cre - Nirvana Dist (JFR)
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GeiddE
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Post 19 Jul 2015

Yes, but you're so far advanced that my little teeny weenie combi wouldn't matter maybe

Where how / do I upload this Kuassa combi I made ?


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Invalid file extension: EdsKuassaAmps.cmb

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Post 19 Jul 2015

@GeiddE: Maybe zip it up before?

D.

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Post 19 Jul 2015

:thumbs_up: thanx…. last link says this"You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post."…. but why?
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Post 19 Jul 2015

Leme try that
eusti wrote:@GeiddE: Maybe zip it up before?

D.
Thanks D that worked
I used IZark zipper
Heres a dual Kuassa amp setup with a audio splitter merger, a pulverizer, seligs remarks for noting notes etc
and a couple of presets I designed as a base for guitar amp sims
hope you can use these
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Post 19 Jul 2015

^ Seems to work now! :)

D.


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Post 20 Jul 2015

GeiddE wrote:...my little teeny weenie combi wouldn't matter maybe...
Teeny Weenie my ass:
https://www.propellerheads.se/s/W4aSEZ43

hydlide

Post 20 Jul 2015

currently I am working on an effect refill, however this thing is most likely never gonna get finished. I will look up the patches that could fit in the realm of guitar pedal effects. I'll upload them later tonight ;)

hydlide

Post 20 Jul 2015

As I made these patches I often used Accoustic Guitars (NN-XT) and the Elec 12 open to see if these are in check. They may react a bit different when you would for instance use these effects as an insert for audio tracks.

Also, the idea I was going for is a "creative" effect rather then a series of straight forward "scream 4" / "pulveriser" setups. So expect some creative sounds coming from them.

I also categorized them a bit so they are easy to take apart.
The insert effects should be R6.5 compatible (since I am not using any REs in these).
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Post 20 Jul 2015

Thanks so much Ed. Gonna try them with guitars and name them to fit in the folders if that's OK
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hydlide

Post 20 Jul 2015

You can stick them in the proper folders ;)

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Post 20 Jul 2015

Inspired by your quest for an Engl emulator
So its all your fault :puf_bigsmile:
jfrichards wrote:
GeiddE wrote:...my little teeny weenie combi wouldn't matter maybe...
Teeny Weenie my ass:
https://www.propellerheads.se/s/W4aSEZ43
You rock JFRichards

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Post 20 Jul 2015

I would be honored :puf_wink:
jfrichards wrote:Thanks so much Ed. Gonna try them with guitars and name them to fit in the folders if that's OK
Heard a contrib and it sounds spooky-rock !
LOVE IT
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hydlide

Post 22 Jul 2015

personally I don't play guitar myself, I just "process" stuff. and often I get a "wow that is cool" in return ;)


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Post 25 Jul 2015

Here's a try at a Hendrix live combinator using Vermilion and Trident, and Scream, Chorus and RV7000 (called Ver Tri - Jimi Live 1)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/6vfonfqgzsybf ... 1.cmb?dl=0
It's in the second half of this song, if you want to hear it:

You don't need Trident to run it, use any EQ to bump up the 3K range, by +3 dB, wide curve.
Here it is in the rack:
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Here it is in the folder:
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Post 30 Jul 2015

As a guitarist you really need Chenille in there, John. Given the use of RE EQs, I'm actually rather surprised you're still using that old CF-101 Chorus/Flanger, as it never sounded good at all due to the near-square modulation shape: it just leaves it will a highly artificial sound, imho, a strange square-vibrato.

Replace it will Chenille's "Orbitone 310U" patch for a pychadelic, Leslie-like spacey chorus; one of the Dimension Modes for smooth non-modulating richness (might need to rack up the Dry/Wet to 50% or more, not what I recommend for vox, but for guitar it'll be fine), or the "GUITAR - CE-1 Chorus", which I think is the type of sound I think you were aiming for, a wide chorus but with a hint of modulation. The Combi sounds quite cool with the "GUITAR - Univibe" patch too.

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Post 30 Jul 2015

JiggeryPokery wrote:As a guitarist you really need Chenille...
Hey Matt, I found some great tones in Chenille when I tried it out. Couldn't buy it at the time, now it's number 5 on my RE wish list and money is getting tighter unfortunately (the only drawback of retirement). If you could add a couple of your favorite Chorus patches using Chenille, and make teeny sound clips for them or links, I'd love to add them into the Chorus section of this project.

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Post 30 Jul 2015

Tincture Gtr Patches.zip
Hi John,
Here's 9 FX Combi's from 3 of my guitar tunes. All I've done is cut them from the audio track insert sections and then pasted, recombined and reattached in/out cables. They all expect mono guitar input and all give stereo output due to sims or stereo fx used. They use a lot of REs, all use RE-2A for example but substitutions could easily be made. My guitar output signal is quite loud so (as you would anyway) you'll probably have to adjust the dynamics and probably EQ settings.

I started going through my guitar songs alphabetically (had to skip Broken Lights as I did a lot of bouncing) and was going to do them all but thought I'd post these 3 first to get your reaction and see whether the rest would be wanted. Note, these combis probably don't often have massive differences between them so it'd be your choice which to include (if any). Please do what you want to them to make them useable for your refill and let me know if you'd like the rest...

Oh, and ignore any patch names on the devices in the combi's as usually just load the default and tweak from there, so the end result probably has no bearing to the patch name. I.e. for DQ ones you'll see they mostly say "De-Esser..." which obviously I 've changed a lot from... :)

Cheers
Zac
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Post 03 Aug 2015

I am so grateful for this thread. I am waiting for my new computer which should let me play through all these wonderful patches without crackling!

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Post 07 Aug 2015

top post. here some skins
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Post 07 Aug 2015

Just found these four combis from Carnstein using Creme and Echobode. I'll try to work on them to fit in the ReasonTalk guitar folder. He has dropbox links to all four and says most of it can be done with the Reason delay.


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