PSB – Love Comes Quickly

Here’s a basic output of a PSB “LOVEQUIK” disk. It’s from a Page R sequence playing back all 8 channels with the audio output recorded into the computer and mixed together.

The sequence ends rather abruptly, but I think it sounds just great, even lacking any processing. It just sounds like a Fairlight! And I’ve always loved the vocal sample in this song – it’s the QHIHA.VC sound.

Soundcloud Audio Only

The Fairlight Instrument file on this disk, LOVECOME.IN, contained the following voice files used in the Page R sequence:

  • Track 1 – QKIK.VC
  • Track 2 – QSIM.VC
  • Track 3 – QHAT1.VC
  • Track 4 – QHIHA.VC
  • Track 5 – QBASS2.VC
  • Track 6 – QCLAPREP.VC
  • Track 7 – QBASS1.VC
  • Track 8 – QTIMCOW.VC

The sequence ends rather abruptly, but I think it sounds just great, even lacking any processing. It just sounds like a Fairlight! And I’ve always loved the vocal sample in this song – it’s the QHIHA.VC sound.

Here’s a YouTube video of my Fairlight playing this QUICKLY.RS file.

LOVEQUIK Screen Shots

Here are some screen shots of the various system pages for this disk:

PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 2 View

Page 2: Disk Control – lists the contents of the floppy disk.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 3 View

Page 3: Register Control – The  .IN instrument file has been loaded and this page shows voice allocation, sound mapping to keyboard zones, and tuning adjustments.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 7 View - Voice 1 QKIK

Page 7: Voice 1 – QKIK Control Parameters – shows routing and voice adjustments for parameters such as vibrato, looping, decay, sample start, loop, end.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page D View - Voice 1 QKIK

Page D: Voice 1 – QKIK
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 7 View - Voice 2 QSIM

Page 7: Voice 2 – QSIM
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page D View - Voice 2 QSIM

Page D: Voice 2 – QSIM
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 7 View - Voice 3 QHAT1
Page 7 View – Voice 3 QHAT1
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page D View - Voice 3 QHAT1
Page D View – Voice 3 QHAT1
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 7 View - Voice 4 QHIHA
Page 7 View – Voice 4 QHIHA
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page D View - Voice 4 QHIHA
Page D View – Voice 4 QHIHA
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 7 View - Voice 5 QBASS2
Page 7 View – Voice 5 QBASS2
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page D View - Voice 5 QBASS2
Page D View – Voice 5 QBASS2
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 7 View - Voice 6 QCLAPREP
Page 7 View – Voice 6 QCLAPREP
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page D View - Voice 6 QCLAPREP
Page D View – Voice 6 QCLAPREP
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 7 View - Voice 5 QBASS2

Page 7: Voice 5 – QBASS2
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page D View - Voice 7 QBASS1
Page D View – Voice 7 QBASS1
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page 7 View - Voice 8 QTIMCOW
Page 7 View – Voice 8 QTIMCOW
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page D View - Voice 8 QTIMCOW
Page D View – Voice 8 QTIMCOW
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Page R View
PSB LUVCOMES.RS – Page R View
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Song View 1
Here’s the Page R Song Editor screen.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Song View 2
Another view in the Page R Song Editor screen.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - X View of patterns

Page R Pattern Index. This can be seen by typing “X” into the command line. It displays the pattern numbers used in a sequence.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 1
Here’s the Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 1. The table shows in three columns the note pitch (Key), key velocity (Vel), and duration time (Dur). You can see the first note in the table that is highlighted is also highlighted in the track display.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 2
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 2.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 3
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 3.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 4
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 4.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 5
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 5.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 6
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 6.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 7
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 7.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 - Track 8
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 8.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 1
Bar 116 Track 1
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 2
Bar 116 Track 2
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 3
Bar 116 Track 3
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 4
Bar 116 Track 4
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 5
Bar 116 Track 5
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 6
Bar 116 Track 6
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 Track 7
Bar 116 Track 7
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 116 - Track 8
Bar 116 – Track 8
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 0
Here are some screenshots of various patterns as the sequence plays. Bar 0 (also 1), Pattern 1.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 2
Bar 2, Pattern 2.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 8
Bar 8, Pattern 8.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 13

Bar 13, Pattern 13.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 21 - Verse
Bar 21, Pattern 17. “VERSE”
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 29 - Verse

Bar 29, Pattern 17. “VERSE”
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 37 - Chorus
Bar 37, Pattern 25.”CHORUS”
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 46 - Verse
Bar 46, Pattern 18.”VERSE”
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 61 - Chorus
Bar 61, Pattern 25.”CHORUS”
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 69 - Here Comes

Bar 69, Pattern 33.”HERE COMES…”
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 70 - The Bridge
Bar 70, Pattern 34.”THE BRIDGE…..!”
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 71
Bar 71, Pattern 35.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 86

Bar 86, Pattern 50.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 87
Bar 87, Pattern 51.
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 89 - Chorus
Bar 89, Pattern 53. “CHORUS”
PSB LUVCOMES.RS - Bar 90

Bar 90, Pattern 54.

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