Can anyone help me find songs with a similar sound/vibe to the first 40 seconds of this vibraphone demo clip? youtube.com/watch?v=MsD97…
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β€œFallen Down” on my piano but with the β€œvibraphone” setting! Sorry it’s super quiet, my piano speakers are under the keys so you would only get a good sound if I put you on the floor :P lmk if you wanna hear the song with more settings! v.redd.it/8tetdcaxw8561
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Chopped and flipped some Bobby Hutcherson last night. Love the sound of vibraphones in HipHop [Jazzy BoomBap] youtube.com/watch?v=l92MR…
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Anyone got the Fontaine cigarette discovery (vibraphone) sound effect? youtu.be/tWez_uua5Ac?t=18
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Chopped and flipped some Bobby Hutcherson last night. Love the sound of vibraphones in HipHop. youtube.com/watch?v=l92MR…
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J.Santonja - V2 - sound landscape for two vibraphones youtu.be/m8QphdMkILE
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Chopped and flipped some Bobby Hutcherson last night. Love the sound of vibraphones in HipHop [Jazzy BoomBap] youtube.com/watch?v=l92MR…
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Vibraphone sounds using physical modeling. youtu.be/5yE0BEtlb6g
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Exploring Fire On The Mountain. One of my favorites is Hartford ’83. The transition has really cool drums or a vibraphone sound then Jerry rips some 32notes. Another thing I like to focus on when it comes to repetitive jamming is changing the effects and exploring sounds. v.redd.it/cqmy39wb8ex41
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Liquid Latex - Vibraphone Sound Fix youtube.com/watch?v=qJz95…
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Latin Vibraphone kind of sound in 6 beats.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUgvmV7JtRGdvxRvG5uhdokqL8382D5Xa

This playlist has beats that I believe all use the same sample. The instrument acts the same in each beat, with the distinct vibrato and 3 descending bass notes in "Natures Way", "Curcuma", and "The Grade". Anything helps, and thanks for checking this out!

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I wrote "My Quiet Forest Home" for marimba and vibraphone. Sounds kinda weird not to have the iconic piano, but I quite like it. musescore.com/user/332581…
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Vibraphone sound options/suggestions

Here are the basic problems: 1. you can't get analog vibrato from a contact mic (no surprise). 2. sticking a mic down the tube doesn't sound great, at least not without some sort of electronic intervention to kill off the higher harmonics (no surprise there either). 3. There is a signal to noise problem. Note, this will compound if you stick a mic down every tube. It will add noise (arithmetically? logarithmically? not sure) without any gain in signal. 4. There is another resonance problem associated with putting a dynamic mic near or in the resonance tube: Even when there is no key being struck the tube is resonating with all the white noise that is coming from the marble machine. This is only amplifying your noise problem.

I see only two ways forward:

  1. Use contact mics and add the vibrato in electronically. This highly undesirable if the goal is to create an analog machine. However the drums are already heavily processed sounds, so it does beg the question: why not go down this route? No more fighting with those adjustable resonance tubes...
  2. Use contact mics AND dynamic mics (one for each tube), but use the contact mic as a gate to turn on and turn off the dynamic mic. But also mix the contact mic sound into the overall sound so that you capture the initial transients of the marble strike (which you would lose if you only gated the dynamic mic on the contact mic). When the intensity picked up by the contact mic drops to some level, the dynamic mic gets turned off and stays off until the key is struck again.

I'm hoping to cut a path through the trees for you

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[Suggestion] No compromise on vibraphone sounds!....

This is a candid proposal about the mics on the vibraphone.

I have no skill in music, or vibraphone, or any sound caption, but what if there are mics attached on the plate supports Alex made in the #93 episode, 1 by channel, no need to connect and disconnect any time when changing the plates, they are allready connected.

Mic will be just under the plate at the ideal place for the sound and just above the pipe for the resonnating sound.

I don't if this is a realisible proposal, having a bi-directionnal mic, there will be 2 channels for each plate, 1 for the plate, 1 for the pipe, so that if no resonnating sound wanted just have to mute the bottom channel and keep the upper one.... and going further may be it would be interesting to try no plate sound but just the resonnating one.....

Of course microphones must be protected from accidental changing plate operations

https://preview.redd.it/e174uxwtmrp31.jpg?width=942&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=217363ebfe3e475e9660f557d8a5cb20080694e9

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Vibraphone sound - Active noise cancelling?
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In need for the sound of a vibraphone

I would love if someone could recommend some jazz songs, albums or artists who play the vibraphone. I just found out what this instrument is called in english and i don't know much of this musical genre, so a little help to guide me would be really appreciated

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Looking to purchase keyboard: need rhodes/glock/vibraphone sound

I know it's not a normal synth, but I'm looking for something that would have a great Rhodes/Glock/Vibra sound. Currently I use my computer with a Midi keyboard and run FL Studio with a Harmor Plug-in Synth with a tweaked out keyboard sound. I'm looking for a stand alone that isn't terribly expensive that can get the job done.

EDIT I'm actually looking for a stand-alone keyboard that I don't have to plug my computer into. Nord would work, but they're 11ndy billion dollars. So any keys out there that have solid sounds built in?

Update::: Has anyone had experience with the Roland Go Keys?

Help! Anyone know of anything great?

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Turning Vibraphone Sound Into Hearts youtube.com/watch?v=RL8m5…
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Fracture Sounds "Frozen Percussion: Vibes" bowed vibraphone for Kontakt - Intro Price ($24.99) until 1 April fracturesounds.com/produc…
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David Friedman says his vibraphone sounds good because it's tuned to 2nd overtone. Aren't they all?

Link

I think I understand what the overtone series is. But can a manufacturer pick and choose which overtone prevails on an acoustic instrument? And would other manufacturers of the same instrument type be inclined to choose a different overtone for tuning purposes?

I previously thought it was either "in" or "out" of tune, but does this go as far as to mean that performers can somehow (either intentionally, or otherwise) adjust more fundamentally how their instrument should sound, contrary to what manufacturers intended?

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Recorded more sounds using vintage gear. This time featuring my studio's vibraphone and marimbaphone

Free download! enjoy

https://soundcloud.com/badaudiola/sets/freesamples

edit: added 2 more packs!

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Is there a pedal, or some other way i can make my guitar sound like a Vibraphone?

EDIT: Found one! Thanks guys. EHX Key9 Pedal (Setting 7). Here's a demo of it played. Man, this is going to make playing Jazz WAAAYY more fun!!!

https://youtu.be/av4X84lChEE?t=6m23s

It's Youtube quality but my immediate impression is that the attack is not as compelling as i expected (then again, emulating the attack of Vibes on guitar that sounds decent would be really difficult) but the built-in tremolo is lovely.

Please let me know if you know of any other pedals that emulate Vibes!!!

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So glad this subreddit exists! We just did a cover and found a vibraphone sound works well with chilled acoustic indie! :) youtube.com/watch?v=ep4Gl…
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THE TRUE UNDERGROUND SOUND OF ROME - Marine Sulphure Queen (1992) [Vibraphone] - This baby is getting repressed! youtube.com/watch?v=rZ9ph…
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