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 Post subject: Jellybones Synth
PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 5:06 pm 
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Can anyone tell me the notes for Jellybones that make up that boss intro? or at least re-direct me to a place that could tell me.


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aagfgcagdfgadddfgadd

the demo version starts on A#


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We're slowly piecing together the puzzle.

Edit: Thanks btw.


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excuse my stupidity... but can I have the rest of it spelled out for me.

It goes *scratching and noice* the aagfgcag dfgadddfgadd *noise* "______" then what?


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it does that twice then it goes like this as nick sings:
aagf, a#a#ag, ddfg, cceg, fffff,

then there's this little fill:
fgacdcg

then it repeats the intro part


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Its pretty easy to sound it out, its allmost all on black keys, as with most unicorns/islands songs.


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Tysancho wrote:
Its pretty easy to sound it out, its allmost all on black keys, as with most unicorns/islands songs.
Well if that's true than the transcription in this thread is completely wrong


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Reading this makes me think about wanting a keyboard. I want a keyboard.


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Ryan wrote:
Tysancho wrote:
Its pretty easy to sound it out, its allmost all on black keys, as with most unicorns/islands songs.
Well if that's true than the transcription in this thread is completely wrong
naw just in the wrong key

oh man I wasted my 69th post to say that :'(


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Ryan wrote:
Tysancho wrote:
Its pretty easy to sound it out, its allmost all on black keys, as with most unicorns/islands songs.
Well if that's true than the transcription in this thread is completely wrong
I guess the demo version is

aagfgcag dfgadd (dfgadd down an octave or two)

All sharp


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2006 5:18 am 
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yeah but didnt i read somewhere all the synths for wwcohwwg were tuned odd, probally making the sharp or flat sound natural.


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1. If you're playing guitar along to "Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?", note that for one reason or another, every guitar and bass part on the album is out of tune with the conventional 440Hz tuning. If you own a tuner with Calibration settings, such as a Korg CA-30 or 40, try setting the calibration to 425Hz, which I feel is about right for the tuning on the album.


guitars not synths


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as a matter of fact, the synths would have had to have been sent to that tuning as well, for the album to be kept in tune with itself. 15Hz is a remarkable difference, and had the synths been left to 440 too the whole thing would have been rather dissonant.


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Ok so i think it is in A but they would have played it in Asharp because of the tuneing diffrence. I think i was backwards sorry. But its a hell of a lot easier to play up there anyways.


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 Post subject: Re: Jellybones Synth
PostPosted: Thu Mar 12, 2015 9:50 pm 
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Anybody know how to make/how to do that scratchy pitch shift noise, done at the beginging of the song (jellybones) and at random times throughout the rest of the song? What edits would I have to do on a synth, preferably on a microKORG synthesizer. Thanks


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