15 - Genie
Dedicated to my girlfriend SEMA who loves this piece a lot.


The first time i recorded this song was when i first bought GNX3.  I had recorded a simple pattern then soloed over it.  I recorded solo while the rhythms played by recorder. Though because of the loop timing, there were gaps between every 3 riff. So I recorded whole song again.

 The final mix was consisting of more than 12 tracks which of 4 was midi.

 Basically i played each guitar track with Fender RG DX570, Caraya active EQ 5 String bass for bass, Yamaha PSR for enhanced organ, church organ, pipe organ.

 Again all tracks recorded dry with GNX3 recorder on a sm card then reamped. I customized all patches by tweaking during the reamping. So there is no exact patch name i can give but here  are what were they originally based upon. Almost each guitar track recorded with 2 different cabin settings.



  Amp Gain EQ Boost Cabin Stomp Stomp levels
Rhythm1 Boutique Around 95 Bass-Mid-high Vintage/ Brit 4x12 / Screamer Gain:30 Level:45
Rhythm2 Rectified Around 80 Middle-high Brit 4x12 Screamer Gain: 50 Level:50
Lead1 Boutique Around 90 Bass-Mid-high Vintage/ Brit 4x12 / Blond Screamer Gain:65 Level:50
Lead 2 Boutique Around 95 Bass Brit 4x12 / Amer 4x10 Screamer Gain:60 Level:60
Bass Direct     Jazz 1x15    


Bass had compression and a bit of flanger. 

All guitar tracks had compress (fast 1:2) , chorus (sine), Delay (analog), Reverb (hall) effects on. Parameters were set to less then average accept Lead 2 whose parameters were set to higher. 

Bass had compression and a bit of flanger only. 

All track files are converted to stereo-EQ filtered and normalized with soundforge 6.0 demo

Drums programmed in cakewalk pro audio9 demo using a free drum soundfont -Drum Set Ultimate (4,103KB)-. 

Organs from Yamaha recorded to Cakewalk then free sound font - Organ Church (2,072KB)- applied 

Drum midi and organ midis rerecorded into wave and all the tracks mixed in Cakewalk pro Audio 9 Demo. 

All instruments played/programmed by Taylan Benker “Eaglion”