Learn how to further hone the sound using the cabinet in DB-33.
- [Instructor] Okay so now we're going to talk about…the second sort of part of this overall sound…and that is the cabinet.…Now when I mentioned that organs are similar to guitars…in that they're sort of like a team of devices…making a sound, or a duo if you will,…like tennis doubles, it's like a doubles match, you know,…between the organ and the leslie…and the guitar and its cabinet.…Anyway, we have a cabinet that we can play with here…with the organ, we can see the options for it by…clicking down here on the cabinet button, alright.…And basically this is going to have a lot of controls…that are very similar to a guitar amp.…
We have a couple of thing that are also on the organ screen…so don't freak out, it's very simple.…It's just in two places, that's all.…Now we have a couple of very simple things that we…can work with here.…(musical note)…We can turn up the input.…(musical note)…Let's not worry about the external for just this moment but.…(musical notes)…Alright so you'll notice that as you push the organ…
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- Tweaking sounds to build a custom kit
- Using pattern select for performance
- Tonewheel Organ and Mini Grand basics
- Browsing and loading with Structure Free
- Resampling and slicing
- MIDI routing, arp, and mod
- Working with Vacuum
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