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    OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    An easygoing fluegelhorn quartet piece... hope you like it

    Roberto

    http://www.robertosoggetti.com/mp3%2...angeBreeze.mp3

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    Re: OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    Perfect for strolling home in the grey dawn after a particularly enjoyable date!

    Nice music - thanks! But you faded out too soon!

    Best,

    /Joey

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    Re: OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    one word: awesome!

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    Re: OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    Roberto,

    I proclaim you KING OF JABB!!

    May you reign forever!!
    Jim Williams
    Professor of Capitalism
    N9EJR
    Indianapolis Brass Choir
    All Your Bass Sus&Short Are Belong to Us.

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    Re: OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    Roberto, I'm sitting listening and enjoying while doing a little planning and analysis for the non musical job that pays my bills. great stuff with only one minor quibble. The singular sampled ride cymbal. easily sorted.

    Ray

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    Re: OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    I love the fluegelhorn! It's a ballsy trumpet. I also love what you did with it in your fine piece here. Nice one. 03:58 of good listening.

    Thanks for sharing it with us.

    My best,

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    Quote Originally Posted by rayzalaf
    Roberto, I'm sitting listening and enjoying while doing a little planning and analysis for the non musical job that pays my bills. great stuff with only one minor quibble. The singular sampled ride cymbal. easily sorted.

    Ray
    ....arrgh...now you've spoiled my listening experience...can't hear anymore alse than that cymbal. (but you're right)

    roberto, excellent as always. played & articulated like a soloist should do it.

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    Re: OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    A very nice piece Roberto. It has just hint of 'tell me a bedtime story', only a hint though. The rendering was superb. I liked the piano solo as well as the fhorn. One note though, it seemed that the attack from the fluglehorn was more pronounced than I would have expected from that instrument. It was just a great composition. I assume you are still using wizzoverb for your reverb. It sounds good.
    -Jay

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    Re: OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    VERY nice! I really respect your experience and skill with JABB.

    You have spent a long time adjusting the JABB library to suit your needs, right?

    That's why I'm glad you can load the samples into Kontakt rather than using the JABB player.

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    Re: OrangeBreeze(JABB fluegelhorn)

    Hey Roberto,

    Beautiful! You combine a comprehensive understanding of JABB with a fluency in Jazz - and the nuances of jazz articulation -that allow you to create believable, emotional tracks that phrase the way real players do.

    Bravo!


    Regards,

    Jim
    RealSax.com "When you need real sax in your tracks."
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