Grab it, Smoothie (Nadeem Mix)

Netherlands
Keys:
Marceys1028 jams
Egypt
Sequencer:
Nadeem58 jams
Remix
step II
France
Saxophone:
Lutz141 jams

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Shared:
02/08/2015
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1,418
Downloads:
5
Remixes:
3
This is an alternative Mix by Nadeem, with the sax more imbedded in the rhythm parts.
Thanks for that expert work, Nadeem.
#32692 was my mix, where the sax was in the front (a bit too much).
Tagged as / Sounds like:
Smooth Jazz

Comments

Lutz
I had mixed feeling too, Wade. My first mix was a bit too much sax focused ('cause I like to hear sax you know). The new mix was a bit too far the other end. In between might be the way to go. But I won't make a third one hehe :)+3
February 09 2015 23:00:15
Lutz
Wade I still think that the 1st take (having the sax as a melodic solo instrument) was not out of balance. Only becomes that way if the object is to NOT have the sax as a solo instrument and just part of the dance rhythm. Depends on your point of view as the player. Were you wanting to be background in a DJ's dance track or playing for a piece to be listened to? +2
Itocpogo
Lutz, Good track, but I liked your first track better because you can hear your tone variations which for me makes it pop. Even if this was for a dance crowd, the upfront alto sax in your first track makes the track for me.+2
jablue
oooohhhh yea, great man....+1
Marceys
Still cool Lutz but better in balance indeed! Cheerzzz+1
Milachica
Lutz, you are a killer alto player man!!! Good move to be back on it.+1
Wade
OK, I'm going to disagree here. Would you have moved a vocal into the background? The sax is The Melodic instrument here. If the object was a dance/disco mix then this is right. I hear it as a track with a melodic instrument that should be in front.+1
nuno1959
I prefer the other, sax more upfront rather than ''spicing up'' the mix in the back+1
February 10 2015 19:36:48
nuno1959
Lutz Thanks, friends, for these comments! I learned again: the first impulse is almost always the better :) +1
cschlote
Nice.+0
adu
brilliant !+0
incivanpico
love it!:)+0

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