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    Senior Member Heckler's Avatar
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    Cool Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    Hey all you lovely people....
    I uploaded two tunes where i used all the selftaught JABB tricks i could possibly use.
    Lots of hard work here....but it was worthit....even though the tunes are very short, I got some major realistic results!
    Breaking the rules can sometimes benifit you with some good results!

    Anyhooo....before i bore you with my long speech....here goes

    Diga Doo

    http://www.box.net/shared/aaq1ibtogy

    More bumps and grinds

    http://www.box.net/shared/t0ft91hv6s

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    Re: Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    Yes, they sound great but you need to keep going! This is only a taste.
    Trent P. McDonald

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    Re: Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    Great stuff. How are you breaking the rules? What are some of the tricks? Would be great to know.

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    Smile Re: Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    I'll write a tutorial sometime....
    Jabb is such an undiscovered gem you know...
    It just takes a little effort and experimenting to blossom.

    I can tell you one thing though.... a combination of the pitchbend and modulation gives it a hell of alot of expression and realism....

    Gosh I love Jabb!

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    Re: Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    Really good "feel" to these snippets.

    This a Heck(ler) of a lot of really good JABB sounds.
    I, too, would stand to learn something when you decide
    to unvail your "secrets of JABB."........lol

    Really good Heckler,

    Jack
    Jack Cannon--MacBook Pro (2015, 13") GPO4/5, JABB3, Auth. STEINWAY, YAMAHA CFX, Gofriller CELLO, Stradivari VIOLIN, COMB2, WORLD, HARPS, PIPE ORGANS, FINALE 2014.5, Mac Pro 2.66 GHz CPU, 8 GB RAM, DP 9.5, MOTU Traveler, MOTU Micro Express, MacBook Pro (2012, 13") 2.2 Ghz CPU, 8 GB RAM.

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    Re: Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    Heckler,


    Will you stop tempting us with all these delectable snipets...

    You are just teasing us and letting us hang in there...

    Give us the whole heavy meal!


    Hungry ~Yudit~

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    Re: Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    This made me grin, shout, and it tasted so good that I want more, more, more..... please tell us.

    Since I once got the JABB for free (some contest in the past - more than a year), and I am discovering it now, I want to know everything there is.

    But, this is great stuff,

    Raymond

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    Re: Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    The little you have posted sounds great. Why not work on a complete piece? I noticed that the last piece you posted was also a snippet.

    You have the chops to do it, so why not?

    Ron
    "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." Albert Einstein

    http://composersforum.ning.com/profile/RonaldFerguson

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    Re: Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    Hey Heckler-

    "Lots of hard work here....but it was worthit...."

    I'm with everybody. This is like the great meatball on a toothpick at the grocery store. Where are ya'll selling a pound of those?

    Sounds like you got some kinda process going. You're getting some great sounds. Standardize that process and let's hear a whole tune. I've tried to get that "23 Skidoo" thing you're getting there, and failed. Over and over. So when you get that process nailed down, let's have some hints, at least. Does it have anything to do with bucket mutes? Pretty please?
    -TC

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    Re: Experimenting with JABB techniques HEAVILY!

    Yeah, me too!

    More music, and if you are willing, please share your tips.

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