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    Integral Swing in Blues

    http://asso-com.net/integral.mp3
    I'm new with Garritan J&BB (and with jazz music composing..).
    All my compositions are done usig a mouse on a Cubase score. So, this on too.
    It would help me a lot to get advices and explanations from other users.

    I don't mean to write real jazz music but just get a "Broadway sound" on some compositions for film soundtracks. Most of them should be played live, finally.

    Many thanks to all listeners and positive criticisms (and others, of course...).
    Mayer

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    Re: Integral Swing in Blues

    I'd say you're well along the curve of learning
    to use JABB quite effectively.

    I listened to the piece earlier and came back
    once again to get a better grasp of what you
    were doing with it -- most ingenious, and I
    quite enjoy the overall effect, especially as
    the material builds, integrates, and combines
    into greater complexities in the third quarter
    or so.

    (I hope Jun and Wayland stop by for a listen
    as well, as I hear elements of both.)

    Fine piece!

    My best,

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Re: Integral Swing in Blues

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    I'd say you're well along the curve of learning
    to use JABB quite effectively.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .
    Many thanks, David, for your kind words about this piece.
    Coming from you I'm very proud about your opiinion.
    Must say that I went immediately on your own site and enjoyed your Lucifer (life, humour, and love... and so many brilliant phrases and progressions, and articulations). Very impressive indeed.
    Gess I'll return many times to listen more and again.

    It's a great encouragement for me.
    Mayer Barouh

    Will you please excuse my bad english?

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    Re: Integral Swing in Blues

    Quote Originally Posted by mbarouh
    Many thanks, David, for your kind words about this piece.
    Coming from you I'm very proud about your opiinion.
    Must say that I went immediately on your own site and enjoyed your Lucifer (life, humour, and love... and so many brilliant phrases and progressions, and articulations). Very impressive indeed.
    Gess I'll return many times to listen more and again.

    It's a great encouragement for me.
    Mayer Barouh

    Will you please excuse my bad english?
    Your English is excellent, Mayer; I could not do nearly as
    well in another language not my own.

    Your piece at first had me off balance (and that is often
    a good thing)... but on a second listen I was quite
    fascinated with it. By all means, I hope we hear much
    more from you!

    And, thank you for the kind words, Mayer!

    My best,

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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