Harmony Central Forums
Announcement Announcement Module
Collapse
No announcement yet.

Journey sounds...

Page Title Module
Move Remove Collapse









X
Conversation Detail Module
Collapse
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Journey sounds...

    Excuse my lack of info on this... But I'm looking for something that can get some journey and van halen synth type sounds on a budget.
    Amps/Cabs used ::EVH 5150 III 50w,Genz Benz 212 g-flex

    Guitars Used :: 2001 PRS Singlecut 10 top, Ernie Ball Musicman JP6, LTD MV-200

    Spam:: VOX ac4 head, mxr custom comp.


    Good/Awesome People to deal with:: http://acapella.harmony-central.com/...&postcount=521

  • #2
    Any Rompler or VA will do. I like the Roland Juno Gi and Di for those types of sounds, but many synths will do. Need more info. Romplers will give you more milage overall.

    Comment


    • #3
      Awesome.... That really helps a great deal.. Cause I've been eye ballin the roland for a while.
      Amps/Cabs used ::EVH 5150 III 50w,Genz Benz 212 g-flex

      Guitars Used :: 2001 PRS Singlecut 10 top, Ernie Ball Musicman JP6, LTD MV-200

      Spam:: VOX ac4 head, mxr custom comp.


      Good/Awesome People to deal with:: http://acapella.harmony-central.com/...&postcount=521

      Comment


      • #4
        Journey seems to have used the Ensoniq TS10 a lot since it came out almost a couple decades ago. It is also very capable of Van Halen sounds, and at least here in Atlanta, aren't all that expensive on the used market (and have what might be the best effects engine in a workstation synth along with the Kurzweils, and that's the Ensoniq DP4...)
        http://www.reverbnation.com/christianschulze

        Comment


        • #5
          Ensoniqs still have unique features and qualities that synths 20 years newer do not exactly have.

          Comment


          • #6
            I have yet to find a sound or part that I can't at least get close to with a little tweaking on my Roland Juno GI, but I like tweaking sounds.

            Used classic Rolands are another option, like a Juno 60.

            Comment


            • #7
              want an Ensoniq... SQ-80 specifically...

              I think you need one of these...



              A muscle shirt and air. And a girl with Go=Go's hair and leather miniskirt. And a Jupiter 8 you can play against a wall. Except maybe substitute a Jupiter-80.

              Love Journey.
              http://soundcloud.com/liliththekitten

              Comment


              • #8
                A muscle shirt and air. And a girl with Go=Go's hair and leather miniskirt. And a Jupiter 8 you can play against a wall. Except maybe substitute a Jupiter-80.


                But of course!

                Too many keyboards, not enough music.

                Comment


                • #9
                  http://soundcloud.com/liliththekitten

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    I was all set to buy a Jupiter 80 but had some unexpected expenses come up. I just got my aging mom a nice place in one of those 'retirement communities' and my GAS budget is crippled at the moment, lol

                    It sure does feel good to help mom though, couldnt ask for a better one to be honest. :~)
                    I don't even care about gays really.- Daryl Flynn

                    Comment



                    Working...
                    X