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Havin' Fun (scottydude/ktb/edhara collab)

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First of all, Scott Hunter originally posted this on icompositions (scottydude) and played that great feel on bass.

Karmatoburn set the backgrounds/keys space for me to play on, and was really nice enough to pull his solo out to make space for me to have my way (*hump* *hump* *hump*) with it. :D

Dude, I am *so* grateful to you, you have no idea.

TECHNICALLY, I didn't ask Scotty if I could play on this tune, so I hope he doesn't mind. Scott, if you're out there and you don't like it, let me know, and I'll pull it down.

Either way, I have been positively ACHING to play over this tune with horn parts ever since I heard it last year, and I really hope you like my take on it.

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Intel Mac Mini, iMic, Shure SM57, Selmer Mark VI alto sax, Yamaha 62 soprano sax.
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ktb said 4593 days ago (February 19th, 2007)
sweet sax
I mentioned this to you already, but now that I hear this, I think this was prime for horn. Great take. The added vocalizations definitely adds ambience. You have to teach me how to do that! I shot Scott a heads up and I think he'll really love it too. I wish I could fav it twice :-)

Scott Hunter is a phenomenal bassist & composer. This one grabbed me right away as well.
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edhara said 4592 days ago (February 20th, 2007)
Couldn't do it without both of you...
... and man, you have a great ear for just making songs sound RIGHT. I always enjoy your ear for textures. I'm betting that you must listen to the same stuff that I do. :)

As far as the vocal thing goes.. literally, I just sit down in front of my mic with a Boss TU-12 tuner and sing the notes as close to pitch as I possibly can, then I turn pitch correction up depending on how out of tune I still am, add a buttload of reverb and a little delay, and it's good to go.
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Z293 said 4593 days ago (February 19th, 2007)
Playing all the way around. How could Scotty not like it.
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edhara said 4592 days ago (February 20th, 2007)
Thanks, bro - I really appreciate it. :)

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said 4588 days ago (February 24th, 2007)
You do so well on that 'thang'. Another great line up with John, the bass is outstanding. - great collab

. - Harold
said 4588 days ago (February 24th, 2007)
The horns were the right choice. I didnt hear the original,but this definitly rocks excellent
TobinMueller said 4585 days ago (February 27th, 2007)
Hip bass and great sax
Totally hip bass playing, Scott, totally. Nice drum groove (MIDI, right?), altho when they came back in my ears wanted more personality, more variations and fills, to keep generating new hipness; also, they are too loud by the end, especially the snare hits on 2 and the crack thing. I had to sell my Selmer when I had my first kid to pay the hospital bill and I miss it; you get a great tone, could have heard you even more.
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timothy devine said 4579 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
whats not to like
cant find enough of this real time paying on MJs
great title
it's what music shoul be
great playing
not enough hits or comments
five stars
lookin for more.

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Boundless said 3791 days ago (May 1st, 2009)
Great mix
And a great creative collab.

Thanks for sharing !
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