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    AFTER THE BULL FIGHT (JABB & GPO strings)

    No apolgies for substituting sax breath for bull breath in this one.
    'Seems it's easier to write sad tunes than happy melodies at this time.

    It's poignant for me listening to this, 'hope it tugs a chord elsewhere.

    www.rayinstirling.net/after_the_bull_fight.mp3 remixed

    Ray

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    Last edited by rayzalaf; 02-27-2007 at 10:56 AM. Reason: remixed Tuesday 27th Feb

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    Re: AFTER THE BULL FIGHT (JABB & GPO strings)

    Ray,
    I think you might have some latin blood in you, lol. I really enjoyed the trumpet in this. Thanks for posting.
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    Nice one Ray, I enjoyed this. I've a soft spot for those Latin beats.

    Very fitting too! 'tuther 'alf twas just tellin' me that ole farmer boy's bull had got out 'smornin and was playin' 'avock in church yard. Her said "You can't blame him (bull that is) - the grass is (was) far too long!"

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    Ole' Indeed! (sometimes it is not the bull who loses)

    Cool piece! That Mandolin tremolo in the background was really nice. Was that programming or a patch that picks each note automatically?

    Swell trumpet work. The pitch bending almost made me think it was a Trombone in the upper register sometimes though. Still it would be possible by a good player.
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    Re: AFTER THE BULL FIGHT (JABB & GPO strings)

    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    Ray,
    I think you might have some latin blood in you, lol. I really enjoyed the trumpet in this. Thanks for posting.
    Bill
    Glad you enjoyed Bill,
    thanks for listening

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    Re: AFTER THE BULL FIGHT (JABB & GPO strings)

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamKeitch
    Nice one Ray, I enjoyed this. I've a soft spot for those Latin beats.

    Very fitting too! 'tuther 'alf twas just tellin' me that ole farmer boy's bull had got out 'smornin and was playin' 'avock in church yard. Her said "You can't blame him (bull that is) - the grass is (was) far too long!"

    G
    Did he find any cows in the church yard to play 'avock with, Graham.
    I love these JABB trumpets!!!!!!

    Thanks for listening

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    Re: AFTER THE BULL FIGHT (JABB & GPO strings)

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott McCallister
    Ole' Indeed! (sometimes it is not the bull who loses)

    Cool piece! That Mandolin tremolo in the background was really nice. Was that programming or a patch that picks each note automatically?

    Swell trumpet work. The pitch bending almost made me think it was a Trombone in the upper register sometimes though. Still it would be possible by a good player.
    hi Scott, thanks for listening and asking a few questions of my band.
    Herb! my leading trumpet player can bend notes with the best of them.
    The tremolo guitar is JABB electric guitar with a tight eq and tremolo effect added in my DAW. The mandolin sound is JABB acoustic guitar again with a tight eq and reverb added. No automatic playing on this piece. Everything done from scratch, including the ride cymbal tapped in real time on the keyboard.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayzalaf
    hi Scott, thanks for listening and asking a few questions of my band.
    Herb! my leading trumpet player can bend notes with the best of them.
    The tremolo guitar is JABB electric guitar with a tight eq and tremolo effect added in my DAW. The mandolin sound is JABB acoustic guitar again with a tight eq and reverb added. No automatic playing on this piece. Everything done from scratch, including the ride cymbal tapped in real time on the keyboard.

    Cheers

    Ray

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    You know I was thinking this had that feel of a Herb Alpert/Tiajuana Brass kind of vibe going on when I listened the first time. Warm, dusty, pseudo latin, smaltz. (in a good way! of course! )

    Thanks for sharing the techniques on the JABB guitars. Kewl!
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    Re: AFTER THE BULL FIGHT (JABB & GPO strings)

    Ray,

    Are we adding a little salsa to the music? This is really nice. Great use of the instruments and special effects to make it sizzle.

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    Re: AFTER THE BULL FIGHT (JABB & GPO strings)

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBric
    Ray,

    Are we adding a little salsa to the music? This is really nice. Great use of the instruments and special effects to make it sizzle.

    Gary

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    Gary, you can't beat a bit of sauce!
    I've remixed the track to highlight the guitars a little more.
    riding the faders again on my new Tascam control surface.

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