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US Stompboxes programmed by keyboardists - Jordan Rudess gets in on the act      17/03/15

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Jordan Rudess is OK by us, but, every time we mention him, the poor lad gets a bit of stick in the comments section for his many endorsements. This time, alongside Derek Sherinian, Adam Holzman and Don Airey, he's programmed some sounds for TC Electronic's TonePrint pedals. In the video Jordan uses his "Flash Wiz" TonePrint for the Flashback Delay pedal and has signed a Flashback X4 delay for a prize draw.

TC are, in fact, targeting keyboard players - a spokesperson had this to say, "So you thought that TonePrint was exclusive for six-string shredders and bass bashers? Well think again! We got some of the world's greatest keyboard wizards to show that TonePrint and keys go together like Kanye West and Grammy Award acceptance speech interruptions, by creating a plethora of tones specially tweaked for synths, mellotrons and digital pianos. So if you want to make your synth sounds shine, you should definitely give these custom made tones a try!"

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TonePrints are free to TC Electronic pedal users.

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