[Ardour-Users] eine kleine Mose musik
ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Sun Jul 12 11:30:46 PDT 2009
Nicely done, Dave :)! But anyway, I agree that it sounds flat. On your
other recordings you set some accents (loudness for notes that come
off-beat before the next beat), that is missing for, apart from that,
your excellent recording.
Btw. Dave, you know me from the MIDI discussion, but I'm a native
guitarist and my favourite chords are "7#9" chords (sharp ninth) and my
favourite scale is the flat pentatonic scale with blue notes, resp. the
jazzy way, all notes around the main note (sorry, I don't know some
terms on English).
Even if I do different music to yours, my roots seems to be similar to
The "Beat Monkey Drums" are fine :), I don't miss a drummer.
JOHN LYON wrote:
> Nicely done, Dave! I enjoyed the vocals, and no, it didn't sound flat
> to me. Of course adding a drummer and some tasty lead guitar would be
> the icing on the cake. But the recording sounds fine. I liked your
> scatting too; I could hear where you would want to go with the lead
> guitar. And yes, let's hear it for the Ardour developers.
> John Lyon
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Dave Phillips <dlphillips at woh.rr.com>
> Date: Sunday, July 12, 2009 5:06 am
> Subject: [Ardour-Users] eine kleine Mose musik
> To: LAU <linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org>,
> ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
> > Greetings,
> > I'm writing an article about using Jaunty for a desktop
> > recording
> > platform, so of course I had to create a demo. Out of sheer
> > laziness I
> > decided to record a song written by someone else, thus we now have:
> > http://linux-
> > sound.org/audio/idontworryaboutathing.ogg
> > And for the OGG-deficient:
> > http://linux-
> > sound.org/audio/idontworryaboutathing.mp3
> > The song is a great Mose Allison tune. The recording was quick &
> > dirty,
> > done entirely (and literally) from the desktop. All parts
> > performed by
> > DP except the drums, which are once again from the Beta Monkey
> > Jazz
> > Essentials collection.
> > Vast thanks to the Ardour devs. What an amazing program.
> > Enjoy, and comments are welcome. Go easy on me, folks, this one
> > was a
> > real rush job.
> > Best,
> > dp
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