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    You're My Thrill

    An update of a song from March of this year. Some additions to this piece and it's using the KP2.


    hi-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getpl...d=5103576&q=hi

    BE CAREFUL.. this may take you into a relaxed state...

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    Quote Originally Posted by garymosse
    BE CAREFUL.. this may take you into a relaxed state...
    I will try to stay awake, writing this comment while listening. It is just so beautiful, I closed my eyes for a while to get all the mood into my brain.... and it is just hard..... even harder to be aware of my surroundings....... noooooooooooooo..... too late, I am sleeping....................


    Raymond

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    Hi, Gary

    Such a pretty piece, with an enjoyable arrangement.

    --I'm stuck already though, because I don't want to come across like an old broken-record --but Gary--we just need to get a notation user here to help you with some things. The reverb on this is non-existant again, the strings are chopping up like keyboard chords, and it sounds like there's no legato on the lead instruments. There, Mr. Broken-Record, sorry.

    --I KNow you want your recordings to sound as good as possible. We need to find some Tutes and other online instruction to help untangle more of this for you. I Know your program can yield better results for you.

    Randy B.
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    Re: Your My Thrill

    Very nicely written. I enjoyed this quite a bit, however, I will say that Randy brought up some valid points – this was often just a little too choppy, which is a shame since the music is beautiful.
    Trent P. McDonald

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    Re: Your My Thrill

    That should be "You're My Thrill" (You are my thrill).

    Larry
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    Re: Your My Thrill

    Thanks Larry, I must have been in ano†her zone...

    Thanks Randy & Trent.
    As I listened, I wasn't aware of undue choppiness.
    As I work on the K2, some instruments have more items to adjust than others; some dials seem to move back after †hey're adjusted. Some†imes the device disappears. I experimented with each instrument with mixed results.
    Continue to keep me honest Randy..and Larry.

    Gary

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    Hey Gary,

    I was expecting something different from the music after reading the title. But I am happily surprised! There is a dark and mysterious touch to this work that definitely draws the listener in and captures their attention to the end. Very memorable melodies! I would also have to agree with some of the technical issues Randy brought up. It does sound a bit choppy and could use some re-verb. But all that is a matter of time and messing around ... and by no mean hinders anyones enjoyment and great appreciation and respect for your work. In other words we can "hear between the lines" so to speak.

    Michael
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    http://www.miserymadebeautiful.com

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    Re: Your My Thrill

    A very pretty piece of music.

    You're not using a mellotron are you.


    Phil

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    Re: Your My Thrill

    Thanks Michael & Phil,
    The Brass melodies are horn & Trumpet.
    I have read most of the Finale hints inn Chptr VI, but it gets "heavy" towards the end.
    Gary

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    Re: Your My Thrill

    Thanks Michael & Phil,
    The Brass melodies are horn & Trumpet.
    I have read most of the Finale hints inn Chptr VI, but it gets "heavy" towards the end.
    Gary

    ps this is an arrangement of †he song wri††en by Jay Gorney in 1933.

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