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Thread: New Boray Star Trek remix featuring the TC-Electronics intonator, Roland JV1010 etc..

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    Arrow New Boray Star Trek remix featuring the TC-Electronics intonator, Roland JV1010 etc..

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    STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION 2.5

    http://hem.fyristorg.com/boray/wtg/Boray_StarTrek25.mp3

    (or http://hem.fyristorg.com/boray/wtg/
    and you will see the file)

    Originally recorded in the summer of 2001. The new remix features intonated vocals (yippee!), extra background strings / organ / synth, a previously discarded intro, and a new fresh mix!

    Recorded on: Roland VS1680
    Preamps: VS1680 internal
    Converters: VS1680 internal
    Vocoder: VS1680 internal
    All synth sounds: Roland JV1010
    Midi: Amiga computer running Octamed on the original and Bars&Pipes for the remix.
    Guitar: Ibanez RG270 + Zoom505 effect. (Recorded before I bought the Pod)
    TC Electronics Intonator for the lead vocals.
    Audio Technica ATM31a for the vocals.
    Mixed on Alesis M1 Active Mk2 monitors. Not checked on any other system.

    Mastering: NONE... Well, I raised the Master fader +5dB (121). Does that count?


    The old version can be found on this page: http://stage.vitaminic.com/main/boray/all_tracks/
    You are welcome to compare.

    /Anders

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    Vocals are nice and clear. 80ish sounding tune, but that's ok.

    What's an 'Intonator'? I could use one of those.

    Operatic!

    Good job.

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    Thanks! The intonator is TC Electronics version of the Antares Autotune, or if it's the other way around. I believe the intonator is more transparent...

    /Anders

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    Only two voters? Come on!!!

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