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The main focus of our business at Carillon Studios is to produce Yamaha, Korg, Roland, Ketron, Solton, Technics and Hammond Styles (often referred to as Patterns) for musicians around the world. What is the difference between a Style and a Pattern? The answer is... nothing! It's just a different name for the same thing. Unlike Midi files (which once the start button has been pressed will play an entire song pretty much like a tape recorder or CD track), Styles do not play themselves. A Style or Pattern is an Auto Accompaniment that is dependent on the musician playing a series o..
As you will no doubt be aware, Ketron Musical Instruments have been around for a long time and this means there are a load of new and old keyboards & expanders made by them available to us musicians. It also means through the years there have been many updates, in fact, it is one of the things that keeps the brand so popular. It does, as independent suppliers, give us a bit of a headache though as our customers rightly expect us to keep up with developments. Consequently, we have decided it is time to update our Ketron Gold styles to the latest standards possible. Owners o..
This is a popular American Christmas song first released by Bobby Helms in 1957. It has received frequent airplay in the USA during every Xmas season since. "Jingle Bell Rock" was composed by Joseph Carleton Beal & James Ross Boothe. Helms version entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart December 24, 2016, and reached No. 29 two weeks later. In January 2019, the song entered the Hot 100's top 10 for the first time reaching No. 8. With this feat, Helms broke the record for the longest wait to the Hot 100's top 10 as he achieved this in 60 years, four months and two weeks after his first e..
The song was written and performed by Northern Irish guitarist Gary Moore. It was originally released as the title track of the album ‘Still Got the Blues’. The song was released as a single and reached No.31 on the UK Singles Chart in May 1990. It is the only single of Moore's solo career to chart on the USA Billboard Hot 100, where it reached No.97 on 16 February 1991. Moore played his Les Paul Standard Guitar throughout the song. He also filmed a basic music video for the song. The song was covered by Eric Clapton on his 2013 album Old Sock as a tribute to Moore following his death in 2..