Jökulsárlón

England
Sequencer:
DanDiplo214 jams
Remix
step I
Scotland
Saxophone:
Ivanovitch143 jams

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+ 19
Shared:
12/05/2020
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113
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3
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2
Experiments in saxophonic repeticlation. Thank you Dan
Tagged as / Sounds like:
Sax, repeat, bach

Comments

abuitremorem
It's impressive how you take up and reinforce the basic idea.:)+2
December 06 2020 15:45:09
abuitremorem
Ivanovitch Thank you, Rene. Yes I was was trying to build the themes +0
bhunt1
really cool track :) Your part fits very well and enhances it for sure.+1
December 06 2020 15:43:29
bhunt1
Ivanovitch Thank you very much Brian. Big empty spaces that Dan generously left were ready for the taking +2
KaiPlan
Awesome :)+1
December 06 2020 15:42:45
KaiPlan
Ivanovitch I'm going over to listen to your add now +1
Charli56
Cool your Saxophon add Ivanovitch. Fantastic Sound :Y<3;)+1
December 06 2020 15:42:22
Charli56
Ivanovitch Thank you very much, Charli +1
Lutz
Great idea, consistently developped, <3+1
December 06 2020 15:41:59
Lutz
Ivanovitch I'm glad you liked the loopy approach, Lutz +0
hartmut
<3<3 Fantastic play, Ivanovich. Wonderfully morphing melodic patterns. Gives so much joy while listening.
These are patterns from a violinist players treasure-box? Never heard it from a saxophone before, but works out super
+1
December 06 2020 16:20:49
hartmut
Ivanovitch Thank you very much, Harmut. A fiddle can play without a break, but one of my breaths manages one cycle, then I go blue (I must learn to circular breath) +1
December 06 2020 22:47:50
hartmut
hartmut Very sophisticated already, your playing +0
Jypeka
Wonderful Ivan, echo sax loops :W+1
December 06 2020 15:38:01
Jypeka
Ivanovitch Thank you, Jypeka... very loopy +0
Andri
<3+1
December 06 2020 16:19:19
Andri
Ivanovitch Thank you very much for the heart, Andri +1
Wade
This works a treat. Some clever editing/engineering. Very creative!+1
December 06 2020 20:57:38
Wade
Ivanovitch Thank you, Wade. Dan left infinite possibilities... Not a jam, jam. More of a siege. But interesting to record the loops and mix according to taste +1
December 07 2020 03:14:45
Wade
Wade Especially like your use of the Baritone at the end. Good presence, yet subtle...not what baritones are noted for, but an excellent surprise. +1
December 07 2020 07:20:17
Wade
Ivanovitch Thank you, Wade. I wasn't sure how any of it would sound when I was recording, but the baritone, for me too, adds something +1
DanDiplo
I love this "repeticlation" :) It's something I like to attempt to include in tracks - a cyclic yet evolving loop that becomes hypnotic through repetition. When the low (baritone?) combines with the higher registers it becomes ever more intense - almost giddy! Love it, thanks!+1
December 07 2020 18:52:44
DanDiplo
Ivanovitch Thank you very much, Dan. I thought the repeticlation might fit the nice open spaces in your template

Yes baritone for that pleasing rasp
+0
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