Match my funk (Alex Bass)

United States
Sequencer:
Zamzam297 jams
Netherlands
Keys:
Marceys1144 jams
Netherlands
Keys:
Marceys1144 jams
Remix
step III
United States
Guitar:
JonJon102 jams

available remixes:

Thumbs:
+ 13
Shared:
10/23/2014
Listened:
820
Downloads:
5
Remixes:
2
Added more guitars
Tagged as / Sounds like:
funk, call and response, groovy

Comments

nuno1959
The mix that just keeps on giving ? You bet..
GREAT groove & allows for such latitude, an AWESOME add JJ ! SO tasty...
AlexJ being one of my fav bass players here DOESN'T hurt either.. ;)
+2
October 26 2014 17:38:41
nuno1959
Zamzam Agreed. +0
Marceys
Love it! Great licks again JoJo!+2
Rickplayer
cool+1
AirFlow
a cool touch of pitch effect in your guitar sound :)+1
October 23 2014 08:50:28
AirFlow
JonJon thats the built in phaser on the line6 amp +2
October 23 2014 21:42:20
AirFlow
JonJon btw, you are hearing a lot of doubling also. for instance any lick I played was manually doubled. Then most of them were played an octave lower and that was doubled. So most of the licks are 4 tracks. That PLUS the phaser gives it a certain sound. Then there is some short reverb on each gtr part plus a track devoted to long reverb and all the gtr tracks are sent to that.

But the only real "pitch effect" s the phaser...there is no harmonizer or octave effect etc.

The lick at 3:14 is 6 tracks...plus each track itself was played as an octave. It actually came out to thick because I played everything in too low of an octave, I should have played some of it higher so it wouldnt have gotten too thick/muddy
+2
alexj
very nice+1
Zamzam
JonJon you jammin!+1
JonJon
quite a challenge for me to get the licks to sit in the pocket. I kept tending to rush things. Some of my licks could swing a little better but overall I guess im happy with it.+0
October 24 2014 16:18:40
JonJon
Marceys Your licks are hard to copy.... I'll do my best... +1
October 24 2014 20:45:14
JonJon
JonJon haha, so were yours. Its all cmajor/minor/blues stuff. Some 6th intervals. The last one is 3 layers of octaves on the root/3rd/5th sliding down then back up etc.

As long as u get the spirit of the licks its all the same
+0

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