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Re: Cubic

Postby m sterling » Sat Aug 06, 2011 7:25 pm

Hey, Eric! Fancy seeing you here!!!

Cubic is awesome, from clean octave to synthy OC2ish, to glitchy madness. Clips very sooooooon...
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Re: Cubic

Postby m sterling » Sun Aug 07, 2011 4:01 pm

I managed to make this clip while holding my newborn in a sling and holding the bass at my side!!!! Either way, just a quick little teaser clip to showcase the phenomenal tracking and fat-ass tone that this baby kicks out. More to come once I officially "clock in" at around 1 am!!!

http://soundcloud.com/marcsterlingbass/ ... -prototype
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Re: Cubic

Postby Jero » Sun Aug 07, 2011 4:41 pm

m sterling wrote:I managed to make this clip while holding my newborn in a sling and holding the bass at my side!!!! Either way, just a quick little teaser clip to showcase the phenomenal tracking and fat-ass tone that this baby kicks out. More to come once I officially "clock in" at around 1 am!!!

You are terrible at bass :p and the cubic sounded great. I want to hear what else it can do.
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Re: Cubic

Postby m sterling » Sun Aug 07, 2011 5:07 pm

Jero wrote:You are terrible at bass

:cry:

Really, though, I'm not trying to showcase my bass playing but rather the fact that the Cubic tracks incredibly fast and with accuracy.
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Re: Cubic

Postby Jero » Sun Aug 07, 2011 6:56 pm

m sterling wrote:
Jero wrote:You are terrible at bass

:cry:
Really, though, I'm not trying to showcase my bass playing but rather the fact that the Cubic tracks incredibly fast and with accuracy.

HAHA the smile face with the tongue out was for emphasizing my sarcasm or jokingness. Your playing was not bad at all.
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Re: Cubic

Postby m sterling » Sun Aug 07, 2011 8:13 pm

Jero wrote:
m sterling wrote:
Jero wrote:You are terrible at bass

:cry:
Really, though, I'm not trying to showcase my bass playing but rather the fact that the Cubic tracks incredibly fast and with accuracy.

HAHA the smile face with the tongue out was for emphasizing my sarcasm or jokingness. Your playing was not bad at all.


Haha, I figured it was a joke but I am terrible at interpreting Internet sarcasm!!! I'm gonna do some more in depth clips tonight, but keep in mind that this is a prototype and I'm sure there are some revisions autopilot will want to make once he gets some feedback.
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Re: Cubic

Postby bigchiefbc » Sun Aug 07, 2011 8:36 pm

Holy crap, that really does sound fucking fantastic. I cannot wait to try this thing out.
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Re: Cubic

Postby m sterling » Mon Aug 08, 2011 12:05 am

Diggin a little deeper...

It gets loud, seriously...

1. Clean tone P Bass Dlx with dead strings all highs rolled off, and volume slighlty dimmed.
2. Clean Octave: filter and ??? knob ccw
3. filter-12:30, ??? ccw
4. filter-12:30, ???-12:30
5. filter-3:00, ???-12:30 (loud!)
6. filter-12:30, ???-3:00 (louder!)
7. filter-12:30, ???-dimed (louder still?)
8. filter-3:00, ???-dimed (still pretty loud)
9. everything dimed with xerograph deluxe low pass filter switch up.

http://soundcloud.com/marcsterlingbass/ ... rototype-1

All of these clips are with the switch in the down position except the last. The volume and blend are both all the way up throughout. This is a prototype, so there is some tweaking to do with the balance of volume/blend. When I get the revised version, I will demonstrate the ability to blend in any amount of octave with the clean signal, increasing the versatility even more.

I am very impressed...

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Re: Cubic

Postby jrmy » Tue Aug 09, 2011 11:05 pm

Holy smokes! I'm not usually a fan of octave down on bass beyond my Pog, but that sounds awesome. Really looking forward to getting my hands on one to try it out. That tracking is SICK!
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Re: Cubic

Postby autopilot » Sun Aug 21, 2011 3:40 pm

prototype numero 2
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Re: Cubic

Postby jrmy » Mon Aug 22, 2011 9:18 am

:love: :drool: :love: :drool: :love:

I wasn't expecting to dig on this, but those clips are HAWT. Definitely looking forward to more...
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Re: Cubic

Postby m sterling » Tue Aug 30, 2011 1:11 am

Ok, so I used the Cubic a couple times Friday night at a gig. One time was for straight clean octave blended 50/50 with the clean to accompany keyboard and guitar solos. The next time was with a very fuzzy sounding octave paired with an envelope filter. It can definitely do the sub-octave fuzz nicely, and it sounds great through a filter. The last time was with the expression pedal doing long sweeps on lpf. The fact that it sounds so good with a filter makes me like the idea of a gate even more. At one point my guitar player leaned over to me and said it sounded bad-ass.

In this little video, I am basically just running through some of the settings I found be useful. At the end I turn on the Xerograph Deluxe to demonstrate how it sounds with a filter. I will do a video with the expression pedal and a direct comparison with a Boss OC-2 when I get the final version. Let me know what you think! Thanks!

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Re: Cubic

Postby no1000 » Tue Aug 30, 2011 4:36 pm

What happened to the green :?:
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Re: Cubic

Postby autopilot » Tue Aug 30, 2011 10:15 pm

it is a prototype, the final will be green
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Re: Cubic

Postby m sterling » Tue Aug 30, 2011 10:29 pm

This one is just a prototype, I believe the production ones will be green still
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