I didn\'t except much feedback since this is not a place primarily created for fusion players [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
JJD: merci beaucoup, much appreciated.
Alex: yes, i know what you mean about the reverb. Since some pads are pretty wet (i added some PCM80 to them for reverb and fxs) I figured the main lead could show what the instrument sounded like as is.
Alan. Thank you very much buddy. Yes, this Erskine guy isn\'t bad, is he! It\'s a real treat to have these types of groves to play along with. I wish they had the equivalent of Drumkit from Hell but with a player of Erskine\'s caliber and that would also include a ton of loops (including odd meters s\'il vous plait) [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
BTW: i enjoyed your latest Christmas demo, very nice piano playing and overall orchestration. Now, if Erskine was playing the drums you\'d have a winner [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
I just love the tone of the wurli at low velocities, i dig the modulation wheel controlled vibrato . I also love the edge you get when hitting hard in the lower register. My next demo will showcase that character. I think Thomas did a great job with this library.
I decided to stay with a typical fusion quartet instrumentation:
Scarbee Wurli (lead, riff and pads),
Scarbee Slap\'n\'Finger bass,
loops from the Erskine library
and guitars by me.
I added a few percussions (Wizoo) in the bridge and programmed the drums fills using Drumkit from hell.
Hope you enjoy it! [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]