Did a couple of takes on Red Ants Steely Dan Jam

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  1. kirk95

    kirk95 Jazz Lines You Can Use in the Blues Silver Supporting Member

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    les Gold Supporting Member

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    Very nice... Love the sound of your TR.
     
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    Nice takes dude, I particularly liked take 2. love that just past the edge of break up sound.....
     
  4. spm

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    Both nice... but i liked tele take more..
     
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    Listen to the Tele take now, sounds great both playing and tone wise. I need to try playing over this again since my first attempt did not sound very good. Any tips on scales and other approaches to this backing?
     
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    Hi David, sounds really nice. Neumann, very nice!! So how do your recordings with the Neumann compare with your previous ones with the Oktava MK-319?

    Gary
     
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    Sweet! Loved the tones and I really like who you are assimilating the triads!!! I can really hear your improvement!!! Way to go!!!

    On another note, was it all U87? No close mic? How much more tone does the $2600 difference between the Neumann and the Oktavia buy? LOL

    Scott
     
  8. John Czajkowski

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    Nice tones kirk95! And like Scott said, you're really getting into that Steely Danny-one groove nicely.
     

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