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Paint It Black (The Rolling Stones) Syntheway Virtual Sitar and Banjodoline Electric Mandolin VST

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http://syntheway.net - Paint It Black (The Rolling Stones) cover using Banjodoline Virtual Banjo and Mandolin VSTi (Electric Mandolin) and Syntheway Virtual Indian Sitar VSTi plugins (PC Windows, Mac OS X, see requirements below). 1.- Banjodoline Virtual Banjo and Mandolin VSTi (Electric Mandolin) http://syntheway.com/Banjodoline.htm 2.- Syntheway Virtual Sitar http://sitar.syntheway.net 3.- Fantasize SoundFont Player VSTi (Drums, bass sf2 samples) http://fantasize.syntheway.net * "Paint It Black" (originally released as "Paint It, Black") is a song by the English rock band The Rolling Stones, written by the songwriting partnership of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and first released as a single on 6 May 1966. It was later included as the opening track to the U.S. version of their 1966 album, Aftermath. Musically inspired by the sitar playing of George Harrison and Harihar Rao, "Paint It Black", along with the Jagger and Richards-penned "Mother's Little Helper", was influential in developing the musical styles of psychedelic rock and raga rock Brian Jones explored eastern instruments, more specifically the sitar, to bolster the group's musical texture and complexity. Jones had a background with the sitar as early as 1961, and talked at length about the technicalities of playing the instrument. A natural multi-instrumentalist, Jones was able to develop a tune from the sitar in a short amount of time, largely due to his studies under Ravi Shankar's disciple, Harihar Rao. Not long after a discussion with George Harrison, who had recently recorded sitar in "Norwegian Wood", Jones arranged basic melodies with the instrument that, over time, morphed into the one featured in "Paint It Black".


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http://syntheway.net - Paint It Black (The Rolling Stones) cover using Banjodoline Virtual Banjo and Mandolin VSTi (Electric Mandolin) and Syntheway Virtual Indian Sitar VSTi plugins (PC Windows, Mac OS X, see requirements below). 1.- Banjodoline Virtual Banjo and Mandolin VSTi (Electric Mandolin) http://syntheway.com/Banjodoline.htm 2.- Syntheway Virtual Sitar http://sitar.syntheway.net 3.- Fantasize SoundFont Player VSTi (Drums, bass sf2 samples) http://fantasize.syntheway.net * "Paint It Black" (originally released as "Paint It, Black") is a song by the English rock band The Rolling Stones, written by the songwriting partnership of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and first released as a single on 6 May 1966. It was later included as the opening track to the U.S. version of their 1966 album, Aftermath. Musically inspired by the sitar playing of George Harrison and Harihar Rao, "Paint It Black", along with the Jagger and Richards-penned "Mother's Little Helper", was influential in developing the musical styles of psychedelic rock and raga rock Brian Jones explored eastern instruments, more specifically the sitar, to bolster the group's musical texture and complexity. Jones had a background with the sitar as early as 1961, and talked at length about the technicalities of playing the instrument. A natural multi-instrumentalist, Jones was able to develop a tune from the sitar in a short amount of time, largely due to his studies under Ravi Shankar's disciple, Harihar Rao. Not long after a discussion with George Harrison, who had recently recorded sitar in "Norwegian Wood", Jones arranged basic melodies with the instrument that, over time, morphed into the one featured in "Paint It Black".

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