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Bogdan Radovic
post Jun 2 2008, 12:55 PM
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"When you're playing with other musicians - also keyboard players - be sure that all of you are using the same tuning reference. The A note at 440Hz is not the only choice."


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THis is very true. Some classical musicians tend to tune to 442, and that led me into some strange harmonics while playing chords at rehearsals in a couple of situations. So it is important before the show and rehearsal to check the tuners reference and share it with other players, specially if you don't know their habits.


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Very smart advice, it happened to me a lot of times to be out of tune with friends from the bend , because mine or their tuner was by mistake set to a different reference..


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Heh, I remember seeing a clip of EHV playing against a keyboard tuned differently - apparently a keyboard tech's parting revenge was to set the digital output to 48k instead of 44.1 which threw it off around a semitone but not quite, and EVH was jumping hyard to play Jump smile.gif


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yeah! Very smart advice!


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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Jun 2 2008, 03:12 PM) *
Heh, I remember seeing a clip of EHV playing against a keyboard tuned differently - apparently a keyboard tech's parting revenge was to set the digital output to 48k instead of 44.1 which threw it off around a semitone but not quite, and EVH was jumping hyard to play Jump smile.gif


eheeh thats cool , I would like to see that !


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Yeah,great advice.Did you haw strange experiance on stage maybe,when guitar sound in one key and bass and keyboards in the other,and when you check the tune after the song is finish it is ok. unsure.gif
....or is it just me.smile.gif


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post Jun 3 2008, 06:21 AM
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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Jun 2 2008, 03:12 PM) *
Heh, I remember seeing a clip of EHV playing against a keyboard tuned differently - apparently a keyboard tech's parting revenge was to set the digital output to 48k instead of 44.1 which threw it off around a semitone but not quite, and EVH was jumping hyard to play Jump smile.gif


I wanna see it too biggrin.gif

QUOTE (Nemanja Filipovic @ Jun 3 2008, 05:32 AM) *
Yeah,great advice.Did you haw strange experiance on stage maybe,when guitar sound in one key and bass and keyboards in the other,and when you check the tune after the song is finish it is ok. unsure.gif
....or is it just me.smile.gif


Never happened to me while playing live, luckily.
It happened sometimes while working on studio, as example while I was recording some guitar tracks, I had to find the correct tuning using the previous recordings of other instruments.


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Useful tip, everyone should remember this!


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post Jun 3 2008, 09:20 PM
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QUOTE (Nemanja Filipovic @ Jun 3 2008, 05:32 AM) *
Yeah,great advice.Did you haw strange experiance on stage maybe,when guitar sound in one key and bass and keyboards in the other,and when you check the tune after the song is finish it is ok. unsure.gif
....or is it just me.smile.gif


Yeah it happened to me - i was playing semitone up laugh.gif


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hehe, my boss in the orchestra use to change pitch of the songs, so I need to pay a lot of attention !!! it's really hard when changes are more than 2 tones !!!! laugh.gif


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this advice is vital smile.gif if the tuning is not correct the result will always sound horrible.


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Here's the clip:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mjx_GjyXCs4

Sounds awful!!


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OMG that was terrible smile.gif I wonder why they didn't stop after they noticed that..I mean there is no point in playing whole song like this wink.gif Happens to best smile.gif

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