Lucy in the Sky patch for my Roland Juno DS

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Hi
I'm looking to get a replica of the sound the Beatles created for this track, I know they used a Hammond in the studio and lots of effects, nearest I can get is a Harpsichord setting, not quite right. Any patches out there or ideas please?

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It was a lowery organ.

But I'd say you're on the right track with the harpsichord. Add some release time, and some reverb, and some LFO pitch modulation (vibrato), maybe some EQ, it should be plenty close enough.
 
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Can I ask please; now I have a decent sound for this, ( I used a dual sound) I need to be able to recall the patch when playing live. I know it is saved by pressing the write button and choosing performance and pressing enter. I then assign to a user number say for eg user30. having named it LSD or whatever. Simple question no one seems to answer; how do I then go back in and find it? All I can see is a list of patches not user30?? Novice question I know but answers would be v much appreciated.
 
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Ah. I was confused by " user 8 " etc. but didnt realise you need to do then save "user 8" as a favourite. Okay got that thanks.
 
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It was a lowery organ.

But I'd say you're on the right track with the harpsichord. Add some release time, and some reverb, and some LFO pitch modulation (vibrato), maybe some EQ, it should be plenty close enough.
I’m getting the sound nearer to what I want thanks. Is there a novices way to add vibrato? Or do I bite the bullet and start altering parameters in the patch? I struggle with tech stuff sadly
 
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This may get you on the right path: Parameter guide page 11-12. Set LFO waveform to sine, rate to whatever speed you want, pitch depth to whatever amount you want.
 

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