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Another collaboration base, swing tune in F, at 190bpm. Dated early 80's (we used to play it live at the cafe next to the college I went to), as a matter of fact, it was my very first and, for nearly 22 years, only composition... All instrumentalists welcome, the bed is at:
http://homepage.mac.com/igstudio/.Public/Standard/Standard-Bed.band.zip
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Uploaded: Oct 13, 2004 - 09:48:51 AM
Last Updated: Oct 13, 2004 - 11:50:37 AM Last Played: Nov 16, 2016 - 12:35:23 AM
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Hardware:
Yamaha "CustomZ" tenor saxophone YTSZ82, RadioShack 33-3004 dynamic microphone with XLR-1/4" line level transformer, iMic USB noicemaker, Maxell NC-II noice-cancelling headphones, iMac G4 800Mhz (1GB RAM).
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GarageBand 1.1
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bluefox said 4787 days ago (October 13th, 2004)
St. Standard St.
Great tune and I love the beat. I am new to the macjams
thing and dont know how to collaborate yet so maybe you
could give me some technical guidance. I would be glad to
do a little guitar work for the piece. It doesnt need much
cause I like the sound just like it is. I was 14 years old
when I went to go see Dave Brubeck live and that whispy
sax work sure brought back some great memories! Keep
up the great stuff I will certainly be listening for more of
your stuff!
Check out my latest song called GRUNDGE FRENZY
iG.STUDiO said 4787 days ago (October 13th, 2004)
St. Standard St.
Sure thing, this is what it's here for :{). Check your email for instructions.

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bluefox said 4787 days ago (October 13th, 2004)
St. Standard St.
Thanks I'll do that.
Check out my latest song called GRUNDGE FRENZY
TobinMueller said 4787 days ago (October 13th, 2004)
Cool tune
Nice head to this tune. Great melody, full of life and fun.
Wondering about the mix, tho. The comping is so soft
(can redoing the piano part be a part of the
collaboration?), your smooth sax comes off as kind of
overpowering...and then gets kind of lost in the
recapitulation of the head. And even tho it is cool that a
jazz guitar doubles you, it sounds kind of MIDI... is it
supposed to be a placemarker for when a real
collaborating guitarist takes over? (as with the ending
MIDI instrument ensemble?) The track is totally light, fun,
and the coda is great. I love actual composed endings.
Reminds of Dizzie and Bird. Is there a trumpet player in
the house? Nice composition. Glad your compositional
hiatus has ended and you have begun a new era of
expressiveness here. I absolutely love your tone and
playing.
Check out my latest song called Momentary Undertow
iG.STUDiO said 4787 days ago (October 13th, 2004)
Cool tune
Thanks!
Piano comps: I would love to hear live part, may be even organ (hint? with a
cherry on top?)
Guitar - same thing, if someone would replace the octave MIDI melody with a
real sound, it would be great. I am thinking Scorpjammer's or mujigo's kind
of sound.
Sax solo is too loud - true, will fix in a next release; so far it's just a sketch of
a song, as all the initial collabs are.
It would be nice to replace the horns, too, if someone would be kind enough
to record them (no trumpet players here, I guess...)

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iLYA
Check out my latest song called Spiral Samba
Mcboy said 4787 days ago (October 13th, 2004)
nice sketch.......
should really sound great when the collaboration is
done!.......
Check out my latest song called Bluesphemy (MJRF 2010)
iG.STUDiO said 4787 days ago (October 13th, 2004)
nice sketch.......
That's the plan :{)

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iLYA
Check out my latest song called Spiral Samba
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Name: Ilya Gerasimenko
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Long story (waaay too long), and not very interesting. Born in Eastern Europe (Belarus), moved a lot, lived in Moscow, Cincinnati, Cleveland, worked in a different areas (all sorts of design: industrial, graphic, web), ended up in New York. Always pl... [see more]

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