Carlos' smooth jazz track - on slide guitar

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by KirkLorange, Sep 19, 2005.

  1. KirkLorange

    KirkLorange Member

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  2. iluvstrats

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    Kirk,

    I love your playing.
     
  3. Marcello

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    man that was cool !

    sounded like jan hammer, tasty phrasing
     
  4. hemlock

    hemlock Guest

    Sweet! Great phrasing and really interesting tone.
     
  5. myles loud

    myles loud Supporting Member

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    hey kirk!!!!!!!!!!
    your smokin' bro!!!!!!!!!!
    myles
     
  6. L5player

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    Kirk,

    That was amazing! Love the tone and expression. One of my favorite takes over this. :)

    Jim
     
  7. duffyguitarman

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    Very cool, sounds like slide, but then again very different. Almost a cross between Hammer synth and Beck with trem.:dude

    Peace,
    Duffy
     
  8. CarlosEduardo

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    I total agree with Jim, Kirk you are swiming in your element here, tone and playing exquisite and VERY personal, as I always comment about your clips I can feel like the guitar is talking, expressing exactly what you want to say. About my own work now I finding out the backing track lack a bit of liveness, maybe caused because for this song I did use band in a box as start point for midi instrumental structuration, altough quality samples were used after that, the track sound a bit "lineal", sometimes it does not bring a optimal emotional curve for soloing, for example piano and bass have not much musical content modification from the "machine like" Band in a Box original tracks. I will try to work and enhance instrumental parts in the way I usually do. promise! I feel that can be a sorta of wall obstacle for soloist trying to "fly" over it...and is my blame :jo . However I am amazed...beside of others few takes your is clean and really full of vibe and expression! now is my track that need some revision! lol ... GREAT kirk !
    :dude

    Carlos
     
  9. headstack

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    Bravo!!
    That is some of the tastiest slide I have heard in ages.
    I used to engineer at a studio Dave Tronzo played at sometimes. In those days, he played really great blues and you sir, have brought back those memories. Thanks!:)
     

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