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    JaBB - Lullaby for Lindsay (Work in progress)

    So, I'm tring to get used to JaBB, and I decided I'd have a go at writing an original...

    I'm not really satisfied with this yet... I need to export to
    a DAW and tweak some controllers, and the drum part needs work, plus the bass hasn't had his turn for a chorus, so....

    But, such as it is, dedicated to my wonderful wife:

    Lullaby for Lindsay

    I'll post updates as I modify this and tweak...

    Best,

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    Re: JaBB - Lullaby for Lindsay (Work in progress)

    I like the piano and percussion! I'm not exactly sure if it's my headphones or the reverb, but it's coming through to my ears a bit muddy, especially when the saxaphone hits the low notes... Overall, nice work!
    Sean Patrick Hannifin
    My MP3s | My Melody Generator | my album
    "serious music" ... as if the rest of us are just kidding

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    Re: JaBB - Lullaby for Lindsay (Work in progress)

    <chuckle>

    Mebbe it's your ears, Sean...

    I've listened on headphones and thru my studio monitors,
    and it sounds fine here (and the reverb is very slight, BTW)

    Thanks for listening!

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    Re: JaBB - Lullaby for Lindsay (Work in progress)

    An interesting piece, Jonathan, especially the way the piano is used in places as a sparingly administered harmonic fabric under the saxophone.

    I think perhaps I might bring the piano up a little in the mix, though.

    (Per Sean's comment, the sound was otherwise fine, however... clear and crisp.)

    I look forward to hearing more on this when you've had a chance to perhaps warm up that sax a little.

    My best,

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Re: JaBB - Lullaby for Lindsay (Work in progress)

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    An interesting piece, Jonathan, especially the way the piano is used in places as a sparingly administered harmonic fabric under the saxophone.

    I think perhaps I might bring the piano up a little in the mix, though.

    (Per Sean's comment, the sound was otherwise fine, however... clear and crisp.)

    I look forward to hearing more on this when you've had a chance to perhaps warm up that sax a little.

    Thanks, David...

    I _think_ I may need to add in some more dynamics for the Piano.... I agree that the mix needs a little tweakage

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