from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To play or sing (a chord) in arpeggio.
- transitive v. To represent (the tones of a chord) as separate notes, as on a staff.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To play (a chord) as an arpeggio.
- v. To represent separately on a score.
That's the history of Oxy2, and the substance gives the vocalist the ability to arpeggiate aka Opera "figero's" up and down 6 octaves.
This electric guitar software synthesizer plugin will be a boon for producers who don't know a pick sweep from Supermarket Sweep, which is pretty bad considering how one is a popular way for metalheads to arpeggiate while the other is a slightly less popular grocery oriented game show from the 90s hosted by Libertarian Party member David Ruprecht.
So I put the guitar on clean, put on the delay effect, and I arpeggiate the chords at the right speed to get this really crazy thumping sound.
That preset happens to arpeggiate (if you're not familiar, you hold down keys and it plays notes for you), so it's a kind of compound automation.
Live drums, SH-101 bassline, and a Juno-6 arpeggiate throwing the deep dark mood right into the middle of the dance floor.
Re syncronized to 118, added the arpeggiate, a drum machine, a bassline to bump the speakers and re arranged this lazy yacht classique to make the confetti fall from the ceilings at midnight.