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    'some time'


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    guitar and rig used:



    plus these guys:



    comments and suggestions are welcome
    recording some new different tracks right now similar to this one,
    and can use some ideas
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    Sounds awesome. Reminds me of Late eighties, early nineties Mike Stern and the like. Very cool.

    As a drummer, the drums kinda stick out to me. It sounds programmed or played on electric drums. Either way, the music would really benefit from a real recorded drumkit 😇

    Great, big lush sounds all around on everything else! 👍

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    I should be mixing Mike stern as I type this. But sadly he's had an accident and broken both his shoulders!! Just Bill Evans then.


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    Sounds awesome. Reminds me of Late eighties, early nineties Mike Stern and the like. Very cool.

    As a drummer, the drums kinda stick out to me. It sounds programmed or played on electric drums. Either way, the music would really benefit from a real recorded drumkit 

    Great, big lush sounds all around on everything else! 

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    thanks for listening bjerre!~

    yes, drums are superior drummer 2.0/////

    wont be holding my breath for drummers who have the chops to do what i want,
    i have to move on with the best tools i have.

    for the most part, only other mixers, and sometimes musicians, even notice the drums at that level...
    the non musicians that comment to me on this only say 'killer drums'

    LOL

    i have done several projects (and have posted many mixes) with live drums,
    so there is no argument from me, i always prefer live drums...
    but for the sake of arrangements, and to prevent moss from growing on ideas,
    i boldly go forth!
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