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Roland Gaia Classic Synth Sounds Part 2 – How to modify your own sounds. Tutorial by Geoffmobile

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In this tutorial video, Geoff from geoffmobile.com shows how to modify some cool sounds on his Roland Gaia synthesizer that were provided by Roland UK on their blog.

Links mentioned in the video:

Watch Part 1 here:

Roland UK blog post where you can download the synth sounds:

www.roland.co.uk/blog/recreate-15-iconic-synth-sounds

Where to download the GAIA tool as shown in the first video:

www.grauw.nl/projects/gaia-tool/

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Thanks for watching,
Cheers!
Geoff

Notes:
Synthesizer: Roland Gaia SH-01
Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-HX30v
Audio: Zoom H1 with lapel mic
Programs used to make video: Audacity, Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow).

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2 Responses to “Roland Gaia Classic Synth Sounds Part 2 – How to modify your own sounds. Tutorial by Geoffmobile”

  1. Jack says:

    I’m very new to synthesis and so don’t really know the tricks of the trade, I was just wondering if the patches I downloaded (15 iconic synth patches) actually contain the patches for the songs stated in the article? (In particular I need kids and insomnia) Or would I have needed to go to the workshops to learn how to play these? Many thanks, Jack.

  2. Geoff Peters says:

    Hi Jack,

    Thanks for your email about synthesis. I am actually not sure how the sounds in the patch set correspond to the songs in the article. I recommend posting your question on the Roland UK Blog at:

    http://www.roland.co.uk/blog/recreate-15-iconic-synth-sounds

    In any case, the patches that Roland provides are a good starting point to learn what is possible with the Roland Gaia and experiment with your own sounds.

    Let me know if you have any specific questions about the synthesis that I might be able to help!

    Regards,
    Geoff

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