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  1. Don't You Forget About Me by Simple Minds View File Stage Setting for the song "Don't You Forget About Me" by Simple Minds. A0-G#3 is piano, A3-A4 is choir, B4-A5 is the synth-string sound that lays underneath most of the song, and B5 on up is the sparkly synth sound used to accent the chorus. Here's a quick-and-dirty demo showing where the sounds are. Please excuse the dirty pants and loud footswitch, I'm still in my work garb. Submitter craZivn Submitted 06/26/2017 Category Song Ready Stage Settings  
  2. Version 1.0.0

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    Stage Setting for the song "Don't You Forget About Me" by Simple Minds. A0-G#3 is piano, A3-A4 is choir, B4-A5 is the synth-string sound that lays underneath most of the song, and B5 on up is the sparkly synth sound used to accent the chorus. Here's a quick-and-dirty demo showing where the sounds are. Please excuse the dirty pants and loud footswitch, I'm still in my work garb.
  3. Version 1.0.0

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    We All Die Young, in the style of Eden's Curse. Notes: * The pedal used is Pedal 1, this controls the sustain for the zones used during the verse of the song. * The Mod Wheel is used to fade up the sound, as it is in the recording. * Run the Mod Wheel up and then back to the Zero position before you start to play, so the PX-5S can detect it's position. * The highest C on the keyboard is used in conjunction with the Pitch Wheel to emulate the second guitar in the chorus. * The low synth in the far left section of the keyboard is used to fill out the sound during the guitar solo. The band I play with has only one guitarist, so elements of this Stage Setting are geared towards filling in the role of the second guitar. If your group has a full complement of guitars then you can ignore the last two notes and reassign those zones as you like. Here's a short video of myself demonstrating the Stage Setting against the recording. I fade out Eden's Curse here and there so you can hear the Stage Setting by itself. Enjoy! Ivan
  4. We All Die Young

    We All Die Young View File We All Die Young, in the style of Eden's Curse. Notes: * The pedal used is Pedal 1, this controls the sustain for the zones used during the verse of the song. * The highest C on the keyboard is used in conjunction with the Pitch Wheel to emulate the second guitar in the chorus. * The low synth in the far left section of the keyboard is used to fill out the sound during the guitar solo. The band I play with has only one guitarist, so elements of this Stage Setting are geared towards filling in the role of the second guitar. If your group has a full complement of guitars then you can ignore the last two notes and reassign those zones as you like. Here's a short video of myself demonstrating the Stage Setting against the recording. I fade out Eden's Curse here and there so you can hear the Stage Setting by itself. Enjoy! Ivan Submitter craZivn Submitted 12/23/2016 Category Song Ready Stage Settings  
  5. Uprising by Muse

    Uprising by Muse View File Bottom two octaves are the bass synth (Zones 1 and 3). The rest of the keyboard is the lead (Zones 2 and 4). Knob 4 is used to control the filter for the bass synth sound, so you can replicate the breakdowns where the bass goes soft and back to hard again. Recommend that you stay below the 50% point for the most authentic sound. Slider 1 is also programmed to the same filter but mapped to half the range, so you can use the whole range of the slider without fear of going too "treble-ey". I prefer to use the knob because it's easier to manipulate smoothly. Both pedals are assigned to the same thing, which is the portamento on/off for the lead. (Momentary, so you have to hold the pedal down for the effect.) Depending on your PA system you may want to tweak the sound for ultimate accuracy, also make sure your Mod wheel is all the way off! Constructive feedback is always appreciated, enjoy! Submitter craZivn Submitted 10/06/2016 Category Song Ready Stage Settings  
  6. Version 1.0.0

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    Bottom two octaves are the bass synth (Zones 1 and 3). The rest of the keyboard is the lead (Zones 2 and 4). Knob 4 is used to control the filter for the bass synth sound, so you can replicate the breakdowns where the bass goes soft and back to hard again. Recommend that you stay below the 50% point for the most authentic sound. Slider 1 is also programmed to the same filter but mapped to half the range, so you can use the whole range of the slider without fear of going too "treble-ey". I prefer to use the knob because it's easier to manipulate smoothly. Both pedals are assigned to the same thing, which is the portamento on/off for the lead. (Momentary, so you have to hold the pedal down for the effect.) Depending on your PA system you may want to tweak the sound for ultimate accuracy, also make sure your Mod wheel is all the way off! Constructive feedback is always appreciated, enjoy!
  7. Military Warfare

    Version 1.0.0

    35 downloads

    This is the SS from a song we did called "Military Warfare". It consists of a couple custom sound effects. Key F5 triggers an air-raid siren. Pedal 1 will toggle a hold on the siren and Slider 2 is the volume for the siren. The Mod Wheel will "wind" the siren down and up, must be rolled smoothly to sound realistic. Use the tips of your forefinger and thumb, hold them at a 90-degree angle to your forearm and use your whole arm to move the wheel down and up. The siren will wind up when it's triggered and wind down when it's released. The lowest 4 or 5 keys are made to simulated a marching army, strike them as a slightly-broken staccato chord. Sliders 5 and 6 control delay and reverb, for most venues I have these full up. Other keys are mapped to the standard gunshot sound, no frills there. Enjoy!
  8. Military Warfare

    Military Warfare View File This is the SS from a song we did called "Military Warfare". It consists of a couple custom sound effects. Key F5 triggers an air-raid siren. Pedal 1 will toggle a hold on the siren and Slider 2 is the volume for the siren. The Mod Wheel will "wind" the siren down and up, must be rolled smoothly to sound realistic. Use the tips of your forefinger and thumb, hold them at a 90-degree angle to your forearm and use your whole arm to move the wheel down and up. The siren will wind up when it's triggered and wind down when it's released. The lowest 4 or 5 keys are made to simulated a marching army, strike them as a slightly-broken staccato chord. Sliders 5 and 6 control delay and reverb, for most venues I have these full up. Other keys are mapped to the standard gunshot sound, no frills there. Enjoy! Submitter craZivn Submitted 06/15/2016 Category Miscellaneous  
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