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Synth Practice – Korg MS2000B by Geoff Peters of Vancouver Canada, August 21st 2011

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I practice / play around / improvise on my amazing Korg MS2000B Synthesizer.

This is the third time I have made a video like this (the others can be found in the following playlist):

I really like the Korg Ms2000 B synthesizer. It’s a really fun little synth with a lot of capabilities. I especially like how all the controls are accessible via many knobs on the control surface. This really makes it easier to create an original live sound and make adjustments when playing live or improvising in a band.

* Looking to jam in Vancouver! *
I am based in Vancouver BC Canada and I am looking for people in Vancouver to jam / play with together, where I could try playing my synth with other musicians. I think it would be really interesting to mix synth with acoustic instruments such as saxophone, trumpet, acoustic piano, violin, or pretty much anything! So if you know of someone or would like to jam yourself, please send me an email at geoff@gpeters.com I am interested in all/most styles and have played in a diverse range of groups, from an orchestra, to a jazz trio, a folk band, and a gospel band.

Thanks a lot!

Cheers,
Geoff

btw… my Vancouver jazz trio website is at gpeters.com where you can download some free full-length good quality MP3 recordings of me and my friends playing jazz.

Technical notes:

Camera on Synth: Sony Cybershot DSC-HX7V, with manual white balance set, auto exposure, 1080p mode (Mp4 recording mode, 30p).

Camera on me: Canon EOS T2i with Sigma 30mm F1.4 lens, Kodachrome Picture Style from cinema5d.com, manual white balance, Magic Lantern Firmware (used Focus Peaking).

Synth: Korg MS2000B

Audio: Recorded in stereo from Korg Synthesizer into a MOTU 8-Pre. Audio was normalized but no dynamics compression was applied.

Video: Edited using Adobe Premiere CS5.5 on a Dell XPS 8300 i7 64 bit machine running Windows 7. The video and audio tracks for this multi-cam shoot was synchronized instantly using Pluraleyes (for Adobe Premiere) by Singular Software.

To achieve the multi-cam view for this music video, I had all the tracks in the same Adobe Premiere sequence, and cropped the left most video and changed its position so that the other video would show through too.

No color grading or color correction was done in this video.

Output file:
H.264, VBR, 2 Pass, target bit rate 8Mbps, maximum bit rate 9Mbps.

See you next time! :)

A Birds in the House Production
www.birdsinthehouse.com

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