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Mike Zee
Posted on Monday, May 19, 2003 - 05:59 pm:   

Hi, all, I just thought it would be a nice 'plug' here at dub-board. Not sure why, But I think in case some of dub-heads do not know, check it out - it's just an interesting read.
The sound of rhodes is very 'special'...very moody and somewhat spacy, great for chords and moody melow leads.
Nowdays many producers use rhodes allot which come from digital sample-playback synth (as a patch) or from sample-library, but not many know what the hell rhods actually are (or say were). You gotta know somethin'bout rhodes , man :)...
Here's the link:
Rhodes-History in Short
check the rest of the site there - some cool stuff to know.

/Mike Zee, aka Dr ZEE

Mike Zee
Posted on Monday, May 19, 2003 - 06:05 pm:   

also, from the same site, on the subject 'What keyboard / sample set / synth / software synth, etc. has the best, most realistic Rhodes emulation?':
link: Read Here

/Mike Zee aka Dr ZEE

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