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Koala on the Prowl


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rsolorio

 Genre: Funk

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Description
Pulling a bass line with permission from Chester Hansen of GoodGoodNotBad I built this little funky ditty. The guy who turned me onto the line owned this dog named Koala which floated around the studio to sniff out some treats. Hope you like it.
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Song Stats
Hits: 370
Comments: 16
Fans: 9
Plays: 24
Downloads: 12
Votes: 0
Uploaded: May 19, 2017 - 02:50:05 AM
Last Updated: May 19, 2017 - 02:58:20 AM Last Played: Sep 08, 2017 - 05:58:48 AM
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Hardware:
The usual
Software:
Garageband
Comments
ste said 130 days ago (May 19th, 2017)
love
it. what a groove
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rsolorio said 125 days ago (May 24th, 2017)
So many styles
so little time. Thanks for stopping by for the listen.
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hackneybloke said 130 days ago (May 19th, 2017)
Koala
Dude - groovy
Love it
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rsolorio said 125 days ago (May 24th, 2017)
Thanks for the ears
And the time to listen
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Calchas said 129 days ago (May 19th, 2017)
Oh YEAH!
What an awesome groove to jam over! Good choice of bass line. Love the tone on those hot git licks, and the organ rules. More like this please!

Be well friend!
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rsolorio said 125 days ago (May 24th, 2017)
Kind of a one off
like most of my tunes they are all over the style spectrum
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Garni said 129 days ago (May 19th, 2017)
Koala
Hey I really love this piece!

Cheers G-)
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rsolorio said 125 days ago (May 24th, 2017)
Thanks Garni
It was fun to do. The original tune where the bass line came from is wildly different. Weight off by badbadnotgood
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Daugrin said 129 days ago (May 19th, 2017)
Putting on the dog!
This thing will get a fella of the porch! Great job on the producti, thank you for sharing yer tunes here with us...

Daug
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rsolorio said 125 days ago (May 24th, 2017)
Koala says Thanks
Thanks for the ears Daug
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paul f. page said 128 days ago (May 20th, 2017)
Improv master!
I love the way this piece builds with the addition of instruments. It's kind of a funky jazz that demands attention. That Hammond organ squeak is perfect, too. Nice one.

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rsolorio said 125 days ago (May 24th, 2017)
The magic of loops
That's how the organ riffs began
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VicDiesel said 125 days ago (May 24th, 2017)
funk
Great groove. Changing the beat on the organ solo (nice one btw!) was a brilliant idea.
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rsolorio said 122 days ago (May 26th, 2017)
A snarky puppy idea
That whole drop trmpo thing idea comes from snarky puppy. It's their signature move.
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Philip18 said 123 days ago (May 25th, 2017)
Koala on the Prowl
Lots of punch in all the instruments. Have a real live feel - I can almost see players interacting with each other and taking turns. Good one!
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rsolorio said 122 days ago (May 26th, 2017)
Very cool
I think the voice over sells it. I'll tell the guys. They'll be stoked.
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Funk is a distinct style of music originated by African-Americans, e.g., James Brown and his band members (especially Maceo and Melvin Parker), and groups like The Meters. Funk best can be recognized by its syncopated rhythms; thick bass line (often

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