Hi there Hippie, I like it, I love it! Sounds pretty awesome. I had a thought that maybe the lone cymbal could be jettisoned and then when the kit comes in it would really be something. There's enough of a pulse in the swirl of sound without it, IMHO. Nice work! John
Give me 15 minutes and I'll have it up for you to listen to.
one vote for number two
Well Hippie, I waited around to hear it again without the hat and have to vote that way as well.
What libraries are you using in this and what sequencer?
I think I hear a few different ones, but am not sure.
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." Albert Einstein
I'm thinking #2 is going to win by a landslide. LOL
The synth tracks and the organ tracks are from my Yamaha So8. The bass and electric giutar are my P-bass and Strat.
The orchestra is all GPO and I recorded it one track at a time in stand alone using 2 computers.
I recorded drum hits three years ago and have then loaded on computer #1. I put each hit in one at a time, I sure wish my other half would let me buy a big kit.
The last six songs I have done, I have recorded GPO in stand alone.
I have Cubase but it got a glitch in it and I just don't feel like messing with it.
That's real nice and your second one is a big improvement!
Thanks for posting.
Larry G. Alexander
Yeah, I think I'd go for Door Number Two on this
one, as well, Hippie. Sometimes what you don't
say is more important than what you do say.
Yes, number two for sure.
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