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    Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    Here's the first part of a two part tutorial on the creation of trumpet shakes:

    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/TrumpetShakesTutorial.pdf

    Tom

    For those having trouble downloading the embedded mp3 and MIDI files in the .pdf, here are links -

    Real shake on the Bb (high C):
    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/RealBbShake.mp3
    Real shake on the high concert F (high G):
    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/RealHighFShake.mp3
    Real shake on the double Bb (double high C):
    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/RealDblBbShake.mp3

    JABB:
    Shake on the Bb (high C):
    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/BbSimShake.mp3
    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/BbShake.mid

    Shake on high F (high G):
    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/HighFSimShake.mp3
    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/HighFShake.mid

    Shake on double Bb (double high C):
    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/DblBbSimShake.mp3
    www.garritan.com/JABB/ShakesTutorial/DblBbShake.mid

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    Re: Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    Tom,

    Many thanks - give me something to read during my lunchbreak at the office.

    Can't wait to get home to try this stuff out tonight.
    Richard N.

    Finale 2003 to 2007 ~ Garritan GPO, JABB & Strad ~ Sonar 6PE ~ Kontakt 2 ~ WinXP Home SP2

    Athlon XP 2200 ~ 1.5 Gb RAM ~ M-Audio Sound Card ~ M-Audio 88ES MIDI keyboard ~ Evolution MK-461C

    Bach Strad LT16MG, LT36G, 42B + B&H Sovereign Studio Tenor Trombones ~ Holton 181 Bass Trombone ~ Getzen Bass Trumpet ~ Yamaha TR4335G Trumpet ~ B&H Euphonium

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    Thumbs up Re: Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    Wow, great tutorial!

    Thank you Tom,
    Pierre Laroche

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    Re: Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    All my trumpeter freinds got their shakes by not drinking for a few hours.

    Seriously, though, great tutorial- thank you so much!

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    Re: Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    I just realized I didn't emphasize that this tutorial requires the JABB update to be installed. I have added that caveat to the .pdf file. Now I've got to go drink something to stop the shakes.

    Tom

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    Angry Re: Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    Damn, now I am not able to open PDF files! What the ... !
    Styxx

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    Re: Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    The ftp site is in the process of moving to a new location. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Should be stable soon.

    Tom

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    Thumbs up Re: Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    Got it Tom! Thanks loads for the info and reply. After following the instructions I realized I did not delete the old files. Everything is copasetic for now!
    Styxx

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    Re: Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    very helpful, Tom, thanks a lot!

    Roberto

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    Re: Tom's Trumpet Shakes Tutorial - Part 1

    Hi Tom,

    I am not having any luck with your tutorial. I have the update. I am using Logic Pro 7.1 on a dual G5 2Ghz with 3G. When I import your midi file (BbShake.mid), I do not get a shake, but rather the Bb and C are played alternately.

    cc64 has value 68 starting just after the beginning of the first Bb:
    Position 1:4:4:183
    Control Cha 3, Num 64, Val 68

    and everything else seems to be there like you describe, but no shake.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance, g

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