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DOGS - Pink Floyd Cover (Nord Electro 4 SW73)

Postby Rudy Wendt » 06 Apr 2015, 07:10

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Hello folks!!

I'm from Brazil and at present playing just for fun (abandoned the profession :sad: ), and this is one of my present projects, Free Four Pink Floyd Tribute. Four friends living in different cities sharing a common love, PINK FLOYD. Once or twice in a year we unite to play, and this is one song from our last gig. Hope you like it (as i said... nothing professional, 2 rehearsals and lots of bad chords and notes, hehehehee.)

I'm using Nord Electro 4 SW73, and Roland Juno Stage (with D-Bean solo).
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Re: DOGS - Pink Floyd Cover (Nord Electro 4 SW73)

Postby neolithic » 06 Apr 2015, 10:36

:clap: nice! Thanks for sharing!
And now for something completely different...

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Re: DOGS - Pink Floyd Cover (Nord Electro 4 SW73)

Postby wallhara » 25 Apr 2021, 23:01

Hi Rudy, if you don't mind, could you tell me what you used for the swells at the very beginning? They should have been made on the B3 or the Farfisa, but I have a hard time understanding the final part of the chord, when it changes into the next one (like Dm9 changing to Bb, then Bb to Am9/4 etc.), as the organs have no slow release. Also, is the beginning of the chord with a volume pedal? Thank you for your help.
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Re: DOGS - Pink Floyd Cover (Nord Electro 4 SW73)

Postby Eriknie » 26 Apr 2021, 08:11

Really nice playing. Floyd is timeless!
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Re: DOGS - Pink Floyd Cover (Nord Electro 4 SW73)

Postby Rudy Wendt » 28 May 2021, 20:10

wallhara wrote:Hi Rudy, if you don't mind, could you tell me what you used for the swells at the very beginning? They should have been made on the B3 or the Farfisa, but I have a hard time understanding the final part of the chord, when it changes into the next one (like Dm9 changing to Bb, then Bb to Am9/4 etc.), as the organs have no slow release. Also, is the beginning of the chord with a volume pedal? Thank you for your help.


Hi mate, first of all, so sorry about the delay for the answer!! So, I never thought how it was made, but it could have been done with a overdubing Farfisa (one for swell in, other to atack and swell out) or, easily with a synth (controling sweel, fast attack and slow dacay) . I still use my Roland FA07 for this sound when playing live, so the hammond on the NE5 is ready for the next part. But a nice way to do it on the Electro is to use the SOLINA VIOLIN sample with fast attack and slow decay with vibe effect added and some reverb.

We have recorded another video with this song. So I'll post our playlist here!! Thanks a lot!! Keep safe!

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