When the stars were brighter: Korg Radias downtempo

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When the stars were brighter: Korg Radias downtempo

Postby acemonvw » Mon Mar 31, 2014 3:27 am

A quiet piece... using the Korg Radias and Eventide Space. Hope you enjoy!

Watch on youtube.com
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Re: When the stars were brighter: Korg Radias downtempo

Postby meatballfulton » Mon Mar 31, 2014 2:31 pm

Hmm, why did I sell my Radias? :shock:

Sounds great.
I listened to Hatfield and the North at Rainbow. They were very wonderful and they made my heart a prisoner.
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Re: When the stars were brighter: Korg Radias downtempo

Postby acemonvw » Mon Mar 31, 2014 4:11 pm

Thanks meatballfulton!

I too had sold my Radias... I think ten minutes after I traded my korg radias (with everything from the manual, to the headset, to the softcase... all in wonderful condition) for an MC-909 plus $200... I felt like it was the worst decision ever made.

I spent the next half a year trying to find a good Radias at a reasonable price (people love to put it over $1000 on eBay for some reason). Finally got one + the keybed for $500 at guitarcenter. I lucked out!

I love having it back. But I will say, adding the eventide space on top of that was a great decision. It warms up the Radias a lot more than I thought it would!
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Re: When the stars were brighter: Korg Radias downtempo

Postby ned-ryarson » Mon Mar 31, 2014 6:35 pm

Very nice. Grainier vid this time! Pump that ISO, haha
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Re: When the stars were brighter: Korg Radias downtempo

Postby acemonvw » Mon Mar 31, 2014 6:45 pm

Lol, yeah... The problem with it is that the lighting was further away and the lens I use is a fisheye... I have to close the aperture a few clicks to get it to focus properly. I should've lowered the shutter speed to brighten the image, because I didn't really need the 'stutter effect' I usually go for.

In other words, I wasn't thinking and just boosted the ISO to it's generally accepted limite of 1250 on the Canon 60D, hence the grain.

Oh well! People on Youtube upload much more popular videos using only their iphone!
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Re: When the stars were brighter: Korg Radias downtempo

Postby ned-ryarson » Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:03 pm

Haha relax!

Yeah, shutter right down. That said, the noise is probably isn't noticeable.

Back on topic, hurry up and start gigging already!
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Re: When the stars were brighter: Korg Radias downtempo

Postby acemonvw » Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:31 pm

Oh, I'm fine. Sorry. Perhaps the exclamation points make me appear more frantic than I am. (avoiding the use of said exclamation points)

Eh, the noise is noticeable.

Ugh... I haven't gigged in years (back when I was a guitar player).

Gotta start small... Maybe some day I will be prepared for it!
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