Dandelion Drift Along

Remix step #2
 

Vocals:

Shi354 jams Supporter
Remix step #4 (playing)
Germany

Bass:

cschlote644 jams Supporter
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Shared:
07/15/2014
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Comments

January 03 2015 15:52:54
jamladyjamlady
wow perfekter Bass!

+1
July 16 2014 08:46:23
akethesnakerakethesnaker
Well done cschlote!

+1
July 16 2014 05:13:54
Lenny CowlerLenny Cowler
super Cs, its very good:)

+1
July 16 2014 04:29:09
RickplayerRickplayer
cool

+1
July 16 2014 03:53:16
francisco alfrancisco al
legal

+1
July 16 2014 00:17:25
cody trippcody tripp
love it

+1
July 15 2014 23:21:07
OliVBeeOliVBee
cooool :) i think there's a lil bit too much gain on your output ;)
+1 July 15 2014 23:22:58 OliVBee cschlote
Possibly. Late the night, so I'm using headsets. Always the same sh*** problem with mixdown.
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July 15 2014 23:23:58 OliVBee OliVBee
hehe know what you're sayin ;) ... good timing in your bass !
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July 15 2014 23:35:19 OliVBee cschlote
Really? I'm the complete Noop on bass and probably anything else. A bit of everything, but nothing right ;-)
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July 15 2014 23:37:33 OliVBee OliVBee
a good timing is definitely a great asset in music ;)
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July 15 2014 23:44:21 OliVBee cschlote
Ok, I really still fighting with the response timing on my saxophones. You need to start ahead of time (10-20ms or so) -esp. for low tones, so the tone is up and hearable at the right time. Very disturbing. Keys and String do not suffer from such things.... hard to learn. Each note on the sax has it's own personal responsone behaviour...
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July 15 2014 23:46:49 OliVBee OliVBee
hehe yes you didnt pick the easiest instrument ... though there's no easy instrument really ;) they all have their tricky side !
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July 15 2014 23:54:46 OliVBee cschlote
Maybe. But there are harder to learn woodwinds. Eg. clarinet or flute. At least people say so. But on the other hand - saxophones are great, if you master them. For many music styles. I just takes time. And I'm willing to accept that fact. BTW: WL is a great place to exercise...
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July 16 2014 00:09:37 OliVBee OliVBee
i started studying music with clarinet when i was 5 ;)
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July 16 2014 00:35:32 OliVBee cschlote
I started with recorder when I was 6 or 7 or so. I learned reading notes (*Really useful ability*!!11!). I played music until was 13-14 - then I did other things. Now I'm back after a quarter century.... oh, man, so many things I missed and need to learn - as old man ;-(
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July 16 2014 00:40:20 OliVBee OliVBee
don't worry it's never too late ;)
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July 16 2014 00:45:46 OliVBee cschlote
Indeed. Full Ack ;-)
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