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  • Keane - SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR

    I am waiting for the day when I see the following Headline "Keane - South African Tour". I am a big fan of Keane music and its a little sad that they don't even seem to consider Africa, especially South Africa in their musical journey. They are definitely on the top of my backet list of...
    Posted to Keane Live (Forum) by ditiro on 09-27-2013
  • Re: To the CP70 owners out there...

    [quote user="daniel_san_18"] Yeah! apparently!, but I still find it strange, I guess you have to play it really REALLY hard to break a string right? [/quote] Yeah... but you only have to look at Tim playing to see that he's not necessarily the most gentle, restrained piano player in the...
    Posted to General Chat (Forum) by Mart on 09-13-2009
  • Re: To the CP70 owners out there...

    Kudos to you for breaking a string - you must have been following in Tim's footsteps and really going for it during that A Bad Dream solo! I've not broken any strings on mine yet, but its bound to happen at some point so I've tried to do some digging for you. As far as I understand, the scale...
    Posted to General Chat (Forum) by Mart on 09-11-2009
  • Re: May 2010 : Keane 'mini' Album

    [quote user="- NintendoFan -"]May of 2010!? I think that is a bit ridiculous. This autumn or for the holiday season would be better, I think. Then it also leaves us wondering where the next album's placement is. Will there be a full one in 2010 or will be looking to 2011?[/quote] Other...
    Posted to Keane News (Forum) by Mart on 09-04-2009
  • Re: Curious thing about Everybody's changing live...

    I'm not sure I understand what you mean when you say he doesn't play it the same way in the intro... can you elaborate? The only thing that I can think of off the top of my head is that there's possibly two layered piano tracks on the studio recording (they did that on a lot of the H&F...
    Posted to Keane Music (Forum) by Mart on 08-21-2009
  • Re: The secret of keane's great sound....

    Probably worth mentioning that in most cases on the Hopes And Fears recordings, the CP70 was actually augmented by the same parts played on a "normal" acoustic grand piano as they didn't feel that the CP70 had enough dynamic range for going onto a recording - this excerpt is from an interview...
    Posted to Keane Music (Forum) by Mart on 07-29-2009
  • KEANE BACKLINE: It's Alive!!!

    Hello everyone You may remember a little website called Keane Backline that has been shamefully inactive over the past few months... well, I can only apologise (again!) and say that I'm now going to properly get cracking on some content for it, so do keep checking back over the next wee while. I...
    Posted to Keane News (Forum) by Mart on 07-15-2009
  • Re: Anybody know how Tim creates the lead sound in Spiralling?

    In the studio, the riff sound for Spiralling was played on guitar only - no synth. The guitar was put through an effects pedal called an Electro-Harmonix POG with some chorus, flanger and distortion added. The video linked above is indeed the CS-80 - there's quite a lot of it (as well as the Arturia...
    Posted to Keane Music (Forum) by Mart on 04-09-2009
  • Re: What kind of guitar?!

    Thanks for the plug Fliss! Cheque is in the post... Here's my answer to a similar question on the Q&A: Up until now (January 2009), Tom has been using 3 different Fender Telecasters: A Japanese 60's re-issue model in white, with a black pickguard and a rosewood neck. This was also used during...
    Posted to Keane Music (Forum) by Mart on 04-09-2009
  • KEANE BACKLINE: New "Better Than This" single blog online

    Thanks Clara - I can safely say that you aren't on hallucinogenic drugs (at least on this occasion, hehe!) and that after more than 2 months, I have finally put a new blog up. Go and read my thoughts on the strangeness that is the Better Than This single: http://keanebackline.info/site/blog/2009...
    Posted to Keane News (Forum) by Mart on 03-16-2009
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