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Genesis Tony Banks sounds on Kronos
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Joe Gerardi
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 11:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It was "All in a Mouses Night," "Eleventh Earl of Mar," "One for the Vine," and Unquiet..." for me. They are classic Genesis.

But Hackett wasn't really completely involved with that album- it was a Tony Banks highlight. He was involved, or wrote over halh of the pieces on that album.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 08, 2019 7:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree, Joe, very Banks dominated, but could you imagine the album without Hackett's playing, like Blood on the Rooftops? From memory I think "Unquiet Slumbers" and "In that Quiet Earth" where Hackett compositions.

And of course he then moved on and gave us "Please Don't Touch" and "Spectral Mornings" which are two of my favourites of his and better then where Genesis went afterwards.

Hackett's new album "At the Edge of Light" shows he is still on top of his game.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2019 11:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

hi! I've just read all this thread, great stuff. And since it touched on many topics not strictly related to the Kronos, I won't feel bad for asking this two questions:

1) Arp Quadra: a friend of mine has the Kontakt instrument and I downloaded the Reaktor ensemble, but I still can't get any classic Banks sound with either. My favourite is the Behind The Lines brassy pad. Did anyone got close to that one? any Genesis patches out there?

2) Having owned many excellent CP70 sampled instruments and even a real CP70 at one point, I never nailed the chorused sound used both by Tony and Peter Gabriel. For, say, Duke I get close using the CE-1 emulation on good old Guitar Rig 5. But for a sound like the one on Lead A Normal Life I'm not getting anywhere. Maybe on that one Peter used two different pedals hard panned left and right.

Any ideas?
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2019 6:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

HermanR wrote:
hi! I've just read all this thread, great stuff. And since it touched on many topics not strictly related to the Kronos, I won't feel bad for asking this two questions:

1) Arp Quadra: a friend of mine has the Kontakt instrument and I downloaded the Reaktor ensemble, but I still can't get any classic Banks sound with either. My favourite is the Behind The Lines brassy pad. Did anyone got close to that one? any Genesis patches out there?

2) Having owned many excellent CP70 sampled instruments and even a real CP70 at one point, I never nailed the chorused sound used both by Tony and Peter Gabriel. For, say, Duke I get close using the CE-1 emulation on good old Guitar Rig 5. But for a sound like the one on Lead A Normal Life I'm not getting anywhere. Maybe on that one Peter used two different pedals hard panned left and right.

Any ideas?


Hi

Cannot help on #1, bit for #2, I have mentioned above that the best I have gotten is Pianoteq modelled piano and the free CP70 model, which along with the inbuilt chorus sounds pretty "Tony Banks" to me.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2019 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

HermanR wrote:
hi! I've just read all this thread, great stuff. And since it touched on many topics not strictly related to the Kronos, I won't feel bad for asking this two questions:

1) Arp Quadra: a friend of mine has the Kontakt instrument and I downloaded the Reaktor ensemble, but I still can't get any classic Banks sound with either. My favourite is the Behind The Lines brassy pad. Did anyone got close to that one? any Genesis patches out there?

2) Having owned many excellent CP70 sampled instruments and even a real CP70 at one point, I never nailed the chorused sound used both by Tony and Peter Gabriel. For, say, Duke I get close using the CE-1 emulation on good old Guitar Rig 5. But for a sound like the one on Lead A Normal Life I'm not getting anywhere. Maybe on that one Peter used two different pedals hard panned left and right.

Any ideas?


Hi

Cannot help on #1, bit for #2, I have mentioned above that the best I have gotten is Pianoteq modelled piano and the free CP70 model, which along with the inbuilt chorus sounds pretty "Tony Banks" to me.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2019 4:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Re: number 1 from Herman R
I've had this for years that I haul out every once in a while for fun.
Created by Ray Pitt.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AePgN1IlIss

Might be able to buy it from his site still.
https://www.synthmagic.co.uk/quadra.html#detailssq

for Kontakt as well.
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