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Red Shift


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jazzjet

 Genre: NUjazz

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Deep, slow funk with plenty of Rhodes sounds, wah guitars and other flavours, mainly courtesy of the Korg Karma
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Comments: 7
Fans: 3
Plays: 103
Downloads: 117
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Uploaded: Mar 07, 2006 - 06:17:22 AM
Last Updated: Mar 09, 2006 - 02:32:47 AM Last Played: Jan 17, 2017 - 08:59:52 AM
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Hardware:
Korg Karma, Fantom XA, Electribe EMX1.
Software:
Ableton Live 1
Comments
eDrew said 4188 days ago (March 7th, 2006)
Welcome
Welcome to MacJams my friend. Well crafted composition. This is
definitely some good Downtempo. You should consider changing the
genre. Looking forward to more stuff from you...
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jazzjet said 4188 days ago (March 7th, 2006)
Welcome
Thanks. Glad you liked it. I always have this trouble with genres - it's sort of
jazzy, sort of funky, sort of electronica. Any suggestions gratefully received.

Jazzjet

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Jazzjet
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said 4187 days ago (March 7th, 2006)
Good Work Here
Panning has my head spinning, nice mellow Rhodes waves, deep bass,
funk kicks in with the wah, good beat, crisp production - espeically on
the percussion - very good stereo separation. Very enjoyable _ I look
forward to hearing more. And welcome to MacJams.
BTW - I put in a very long response to your question about my Miles track
- the short answer is that the main effects on the lead trumpet track are
wah and flange. I had been watching a video of Miles from 1970 around
the time I created the experiment and I thought, yeah, let's see if I can get
some of that vibe.
jazzjet said 4187 days ago (March 8th, 2006)
Good Work Here
Thanks. Appreciate your comments.
On Miles, have you heard the new Miles box set - The Cellar Door Sessions from
1970. There's some pretty powerful, treated trumpet on there - maybe he uses a
ring modulator as well. If you like that kind of thing, then you could also try Don
Ellis who also used heavily treated trumpet back in the day.
Best Wishes

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Jazzjet
Check out my latest song called Promises
said 4181 days ago (March 14th, 2006)
Good Work Here
Yes - I do have the Cellar Door sessions set. The performances are very
intriguing. I don't have any Don Ellis as a bandleader - thanks for the
recommendation. I guess I would be most familiar with his work on the
soundtrack to the French Connection.

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I like it fast and noisy.
jazzjet said 4181 days ago (March 14th, 2006)
Good Work Here
Hi,
As far as Don Ellis is concerned, I'd definitely go for Electric Bath and Live at
Monterey. Don't know whether you know of a British electronica/nu jazz artist
called Nostalgia 77 ( worth checking out as well ) but he's used samples from
Live at Monterey.
Cheers

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Jazzjet
Check out my latest song called Promises
ktb said 3818 days ago (March 11th, 2007)
?
Would it be Ok if i tried to re-mix it w, a little solo piano?
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Nu-jazz (sometimes electro-jazz or phusion) was coined in the late 1990s to refer to styles which combine jazz textures and sometimes jazz instrumentation with electronic music. Like the term electronica, nu jazz is a loosely defined umbrella musical

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