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Late Again / only if you like fast playing
edited March 16 in Creations
PurePiano, Ravenscroft 275, BeatHawk Total Bass, Jazz Drummerand SWAM Tenor Sax, Trumpet and Flugelhorn,
Love the horns on this creation, @LinearLineman !
This music gets me in the "hurry up" mode.
Beautifully laid out, clear message, love this!!!
Thanks, Rene. One of my better jazz efforts. Also appreciated the quality of the instruments on this one.
Yeah, that’s tight. (Why don’t I have Jazz Drummer? Must get that one.) Listened twice.
I like fast. This is very well played LL.
I remember this one pretty vividly… I like the piano comping ideas a lot.
Fantastic. I love the pace of this. Reminds me of an old movie car chase. Love the choices for sustained notes.
Sounds great! Music fits the title perfectly (or vice versa?) Really great playing too.
Very nice piece! I like that you’re playing around the sweet spot of the sampled tenor - sometimes the extreme ends of a sampled instrument is not as good as the middle part of the register, but it sounds really good here.
That one I think is modeled, not sampled. Sounds pretty good on every note!
Interesting to know that. Definitely has a good tone that doesn’t drift into digital sounding.
The real deal right here!
Yes, SWAM Trumpet, Flugelhorn, and Tenor Sax all modeled instruments.
Those hideous sample based pianos tho ugh! 🙄/s
Thx @Wrlds2ndBstGeoshredr @Ben . @Ailerom @AlterEgo_UK @michael_m @FastGhost @Edward_Alexander.
@McD the interesting part is I laid the comping down first, then the horn line. So I didn’t know what I was comping to. I played the horn to match the comping.
What’s remarkable, as always, are the tools we have on iOS. In this one particularly, the ease of making the drum part using JazzDrummer’s x y pad to improvise on the drums. I also pushed the bpm. I can’t improvise coherently that fast (maybe once upon a time). However, I was very pleased at the note to note feeling I had with the horn. Seems like I hit almost every note squarely and with presence. That only got amplified with the bpm increase.
Yeah, daddio! This reminds me of “Just Friends” by Bill Holman. I too have pushed the BPM from time to time. Nice one!
Tremendous, all sounded so natural, great runs and all the parts dovetailed really well 🙏
It's not often that one would write a solo then create the comping for it.
It sounded rather impressive speaking as a drummer.
It's only when you really listen
to the sound of the drums
that you can tell it's been "programmed".
After the head was played I picked up my bass straight away
and started going through my drills.
As always, thank you for sharing.
Thanks for listening @Paulieworld abd @GeoTony. Glad you liked it!
Hi @Gravitas, good to hear from you, sorry you resurfaced during the rare skirmish here. Generally things have been cool. Politics is consigned to “recent events” so it stays off the main page now.
Yeah, of course the line is rarely the format for comping. But I think, generally the comping and lines are performed simultaneously. I can do that by splitting the piano zones, but this time I added the line afterwards.
The xy pad on JazzDrummer boosts it from programmed to a kind of live playing situation, but, of course, it ain’t the same.
Would have loved to hear your bass playing with this one. Hope all is well my friend.
Yeah, we all saw the skirmish.
I’ve decided to just grump and then up and leave whenever those things happen these days.
That’s good to hear and all for the best in regards to the forum,
That’s the beauty of playing a harmonic and rhythmic instrument.
One can do both simultaneously.
It’s still impressive, nonetheless.
My bass playing needs to be warmed up again.
Thankfully I’m out playing again,
I’ve been playing at jam sessions,
I did a “secret” Rock gig for a friend not to long ago,
some live sound engineering gigs as I was on stage engineer
and last week I was on guitar.
This evening I improved for the first time with my new apprentice
whom I’m showing the rips as it were so bass is definitely on the horizon.
Good to hear from you too my friend.
I won’t be as long this time round. 🙏🏾
Very thought through and complete. A convincing wild ride, with an excellent simulation of an ensemble. Impressive stuff.
Thanks, @Gravitas. See you by and by, mate.
@Svetlovska, thanks, Irena. Actually not thought out or planned in the slightest. Just a lot of muscle memory, I guess. Give Dystonia a listen, if you can. Your lane, for sure.
I do love fast playing. Especially inspired, talented, masterful fast playing.