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Saoirse O'Shea
post Jan 4 2008, 04:51 PM
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First a big thank you to all who took part - hope you had fun smile.gif . A special thiankyou to Andrew for helping with the backing track.

My apologies for the delay in putting this up - been rather busy at home over the last couple of weeks. First I'd like to say how much I enjoyed listening to all the takes - some very nice playing form you all!

Muris: Afraid this will be a bit repetitive but as ever a great take. I particularly liked your tone as well as your playing - great proof that jazz can be played on a solid bodied electric. Nice use of passing tones and ornamentation to add some lovely touches of class.

Eddy - for someone who has only been playing a few months this was excellent. I liked the cool jazzy chorus/reverb sound. I thought that both your note choice and timing were great - I particularly liked your use of notes that lasted a measure followed by faster passages - gave a great sense of speed variation and dynamics. Just as a suggestion as you progress you could perhaps use additional 'outside' playing and passing and neighbouring notes to let you move through additional modes, scales etc. Great take nonetheless.

Coffeeman - some very nice cool playing - I particularly liked your long descending and ascending run towards the end of your take, very cool. Tonewise - and this is a personal thing - I'd roll off the treble a bit and add more midrange for a more 'woody' and warm tone. To me I think you might look at your targetting a bit - to my ears it didn't always sound quite in. Nonetheless I thought that targetting here was a great idea and a great way to accent the chords for the listener.

David - loved the outside nature which gave your take a more modern fusion vibe. Great playing with some very nice, to my ears, note choices that really demonstrated how you can play out of the box.

Ivan - again another great take. Lots of nice changes in tempo that helped drive your take along and make it interesting. Nice guitar tone although the one suggestion I'd make is to consider lowering your input gain a bit to avoid clipping.

PlayAllDay - nice cool playing, I particularly liked the way you would repeat a phrase but alter it a bit or reharmonise it. Great ending as well - very jazzy smile.gif . A little like Ivan though I'd suggest reducing your input level a bit to avoid clipping.

Again a big thanks all for a great collab.

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post Jan 4 2008, 04:57 PM
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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Jan 4 2008, 10:51 AM) *
Coffeeman - some very nice cool playing - I particularly liked your long descending and ascending run towards the end of your take, very cool. Tonewise - and this is a personal thing - I'd roll off the treble a bit and add more midrange for a more 'woody' and warm tone. To me I think you might look at your targetting a bit - to my ears it didn't always sound quite in. Nonetheless I thought that targetting here was a great idea and a great way to accent the chords for the listener.


Thanks for your comments Tony , this was a nice collab, I hope we can have more jazz collabs.


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post Jan 4 2008, 07:21 PM
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Hello Tony, hope you recovered from your hectic Xmas period!
Thank you so much for your comment, collaboration AND DAW & recording lessons! smile.gif
I'm doing my best to improve and learn every single day,
and I hope to become a decent musician sometime... smile.gif
As you once said, it will take a lot of time and practice. But I'm willing to.
Thank you once again for this collaboration,
and hope you'll make another one soon.

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post Jan 4 2008, 08:43 PM
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Thanks for comment and great mix Tony,was pleasure to contribute!! smile.gif


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Wow awesome job guys, everyone sounded great!


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post Jan 4 2008, 09:23 PM
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Thanks for this lovely collab man. It was a plesaure playing it smile.gif


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post Jan 4 2008, 09:48 PM
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ohmy.gif wow that was really good , great takes from everyone!

Eddiecats was for me very good indeed! sorry to single one person out but I `m just amazed at your progress and versitility already!

great collab Tony, really nice smile.gif


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post Jan 4 2008, 11:09 PM
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QUOTE (Smells @ Jan 4 2008, 09:48 PM) *
ohmy.gif wow that was really good , great takes from everyone!

Eddiecat was for me very good indeed! sorry to single one person out but I `m just amazed at your progress and versitility already!

great collab Tony, really nice smile.gif


Thank you very much indeed, Smells!
I'm just working hard and you are one of those "promised lands". smile.gif
Love your playing!

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post Jan 5 2008, 02:23 AM
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That was so much fun to do Tony - thankyou so much and also Andrew for all the extra work you do.
(And thankyou for the nice comment Tony biggrin.gif )

I loved all the other contributions - some great ideas in all of them for me to try.


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post Jan 5 2008, 12:02 PM
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Thanks for putting the work into this collab Tony, it was great fun to do, and the feedback is useful!


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post Jan 5 2008, 03:18 PM
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Pleasure guys and glad that you all had fun smile.gif . Again they were all great takes and a pleasure to listen to smile.gif .

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Wow! I dodn't we had such high level of jazz playing! blink.gif laugh.gif All participants rocked the house! biggrin.gif (hmm don't know if that's a suitable expression for jazz unsure.gif )


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post Jan 6 2008, 11:57 AM
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Wow that was fantastic to listen to!! completely relaxed me... I need to introduce myself to the world of jazz i think!


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Mmmmmm smooth cool.gif

Great playing everyone. Its something of a mystery to me jazz unsure.gif. Hope to break into it this year!


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