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Katchobber Jam with Katchoolik

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Mr Katchoolik sent me a track he was working on. Great rocking geetars and bass, with lots of 80's style synth leads. I liked the track, but i had a different interpretation of what i thought it should sound like. So he asked me muck around with it. So i got rid of the synth leads (it was pretty good) and instead added some organ. I didnt want too much drowning out the great geetars and bass, so a subtle, but nice organ sound is what i had in mind. The organ is done using the awesome B4 organ synth - a failthful recreation of the classic B3 organ. I also added some geetars of my own (mostly solos) using an authentic sounding tone of Amplitube. This is the final result.

Katchobber Jam, Baby!
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Uploaded: Jul 04, 2006 - 01:59:58 PM
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Some Macs. Mines is G4 1ghz PowerMac, Katches is a 1.9Ghz iMac G5.
Garageband, Amplitube, B4, T-Racks
said 4796 days ago (July 4th, 2006)
play with that organ Liam
right on.... I love the sound of the B4 sounding like a B4.
Your additions really worked well with that basement jam.
The song art also brings out the deep meaning of this tune.
Well done Scotty...... until the next jam....

jiguma said 4796 days ago (July 4th, 2006)
deeply meaningful
I'm a sucker for any Hammond sound - especially when it's played like
this - nice (and deeply meaningful) tune guys. Obbster, I must look
through your back catalogue.
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said 4796 days ago (July 4th, 2006)
More please. I love this sound.
Reminded me I should have more Deep Purple in my audio collection.
So little time so much to listen to.
said 4796 days ago (July 4th, 2006)
nice organs....
great energy and drive....B4 simulation of B3 and hence the 3 chicks...I think there might be a subliminal connection...groovy tune
TobinMueller said 4795 days ago (July 5th, 2006)
Nice textures
Very cool. I dig the organ textures. My favorite parts are the key/chord
changes when the kick in. Very nice balance to the mix. Really effective
collaboration, guys.
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aclarke said 4792 days ago (July 8th, 2006)
Taking me for a ride in the wayback machine with this one fellers! Shades
of some cool mid-late 70's rock.

This does kick ass! Nice work, gents.
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Ed Hannifin said 4792 days ago (July 8th, 2006)
Well. This ROCKS.
I mean, it IS deeply meaningful and reflects the gentle sensitivity of the
gents what created it, but also, IT ROCKS.

Really like it. I love electric guitars, especially good electric rhythm
guitars, against that B3 sound. The lead tones are great.

Of course, when you have a deeply sensitive and integral graphic
element for a tune such as this, YOU SHOULD PUT IT IN THE mp3 FILE
so people like me don't have to suffer the indignity of cutting and
pasting just to have the aforesaid deeply etc. show up in the iPod.

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Ed Hannifin said 4792 days ago (July 8th, 2006)
Well. This ROCKS.
Also, obbster, I'll be heading over to your page tomorrow for a few more listens.
I think I've been missing something...
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ktb said 4790 days ago (July 10th, 2006)
progression and mix. that organ just fills it right up till my cup runneth
over with B3. the guitars are indeed rockin. I love the little synth/guitar
threads that run just beneath the organ. sounds ripe for vocals? cool
riffin break :-)

the picture was a hoot, and no I didn't care
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said 4790 days ago (July 10th, 2006)
Nice track!
You guys did a super job on this one! Love the guitar riffs and that
hammond sound just sets it all off. Nice mix as well. I had just read
something about that B4 - it's nice to hear it here. Sounds great!
Stun Nutz said 4789 days ago (July 11th, 2006)
Like a T Bone steak
That was thick and juicy, man... very rich, textural flavor.
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shinyahashimoto said 4775 days ago (July 25th, 2006)
Yes it was thick and juicy, a real mouthful! Don't worry Obbster, there's always room for more where your concerned ;-)
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