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    Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    Already made in 2003, but now with the GPO Steinway.
    Bass: vb-1
    Drums: LM-9
    Both are VST-instruments that came with Cubasis.

    Have fun

    Raymond
    [and the postfix 62 is just my age]

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    Re: Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    Since I got here first, I'm on brushed drums, Gary gets bass. I assume you are on piano. I love these relaxed weekend jams! I get the next solo on valve bone . . .

    Tom

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    Re: Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    Yes that will be the day.
    I'd loved to give a jam session, but "artritis"(spelling?) is coming with age.
    I am not that fast on a piano, anymore and regret it.

    Raymond

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    Re: Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    Raymond,

    What a nice relaxing piece to listen to while workin. Great little combo you have put together there with the right mix and balance. Thanks!!!

    Gary

    www.garyrbricault.com

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    Re: Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    Raymond62, I like your feeling. Cool and relaxed. Good Jazzpiece. Thankyou for that.

    R.

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    Re: Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62
    Already made in 2003, but now with the GPO Steinway.
    Bass: vb-1
    Drums: LM-9
    Both are VST-instruments that came with Cubasis.

    Have fun

    Raymond
    [and the postfix 62 is just my age]
    Nice work Mr. Raymond! I certainly feel the lazy Sunday afternoon in your song.

    Aleksandar

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    Re: Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    Thank you guys. I hope you can imagine how I enjoyed listening to your compositions in this "Listening Room".

    One thing, Dan Kury wrote the Audio Mixing Tutorial. Most of it I already knew (I have Bob Katz' fine book on Audio Mastering and some other nice tutorials) but what I couldnt'achieve was using the pitch bend (he uses in one of the examples). I "programmed" the pianokeyboard, even tried to add it with the mouse in Sonar, but the result was "nada" . Somehow I made a mistake, but which one?

    Raymond

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    Re: Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    This does feel like a lovely, lazy, sunny Sunday .

    Nicely rendered. So pleasant. It really calmed my nerves at work today. Thank you!

    - Michael
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    - Michael Fortunato

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    Re: Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62
    ... but what I couldnt'achieve was using the pitch bend (he uses in one of the examples). I "programmed" the pianokeyboard, even tried to add it with the mouse in Sonar, but the result was "nada" . Somehow I made a mistake, but which one?

    Raymond
    It is hard to say what went wrong. I do not have nor play keyboard, so I enter all my notes and controllers with the use of mouse and it always works fine. A lot of different things could be the reason for the problem you have. Which instrument did you try to pichband?


    Aleksandar

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    Re: Sunday Afternoon With Tom and Gary

    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksandar
    Which instrument did you try to pichband?
    I transferred this thread myself to Tips and Tricks.
    But I tried to do something on the violins as in the example.

    Raymond

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