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Great template from Kenny and made incredible by Mpointon and GlezBass. Got to admit that there were several other versions That were also outstanding. When I recorded this it was just Kenny, but after editing saw that there were all these cool adds...could I fit with one of them? Best fit was this one. Sopranino in the first half modified beyond recognition by a magic box.


Beautiful smooth and unique improvisation touch Wade. A nice diversion from the conventional 'cliche' sax sound, opening up interesting and endless possibilities. WONDERFUL modern technology!+1
June 25 2016 00:46:37
Wade Thanks MP. So good to know that what was aimed for worked. The sax has so many possibilities beyond how it's been used. Such a shame sax players have boxed themselves into a single sound and style. Music has moved on. The clarinet killed itself the same way by not evolving past the dixieland and big band sound. Teachers of these instruments have a lot to answer for in demanding that students only play in these antiquated styles. +0
Missed this somehow... Unbelievably magical! Love it, Wade. You really have your own way with sax playing! Unique style. Adore it.+1
April 07 2016 03:52:35
Wade Thanks Marc. There was never an intention to be unique. It's just unfortunate that sax teachers encourage their students to sound like some player out of the 1950s/60s...makes it very easy for me to sound different when most of the others sound like one of a few "big names". +1
Fantastic Wade:)+1
March 28 2016 21:25:58
Wade Cheers Jeebsie. Glad you gave it a listen and liked. +1
oh the gizmos again :) fine addition ! keep being this creative : can't get enough :D ... wonderful track all together !+1
March 24 2016 10:42:01
Wade The good thing about the gizmos is that I'm hearing while playing so there's instant feedback which affects the way I play. Not many (any?) recognizable sax lines. I really want to use this instrument for personal expression and get as far away as possible from the sax cliche. Can you imagine every guitarist wanting to sound like Joe Pass? The sax is a wonderfully expressive instrument with lots of unexplored possibilities.

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I always enjoy to hear the way you exploring and experimenting the sounds for your sax Wade, and this sounds fx really fit excellent with this track! glad to hear you play this evening!+1
March 03 2016 23:17:04
Wade So kind of you Alice. It's always a joy to play with such fine musicians. I'm lucky that there is a high degree of tolerance/acceptance for this sort of experimentation. +0
Lenny Cowler
March 03 2016 23:15:27
Lenny Cowler
Wade Thanks Lenny always appreciate the listen and comment. +0
A great work by all... that sax playing of yours tops it off so nicely... !!+1
March 03 2016 23:14:48
Wade Cheers Mr B. Sometimes you just want to be "in there". Certainly didn't need me. +1
Absolutely stunning, Mr. Wade!+1
March 02 2016 23:04:39
Wade Thanks Pat. It's all still experimental. I still love the sax's sound, but these boxes open a whole new world of possibilities. The sopranino seems to be especially well suited to tweaking. Might be because it's got the same range of a guitar's top E string so an (ear) familiar range for melodic lines. +0
this has CLASS shining all over it Wade, love the energy and the feeling here too. I like the way you all blend as if you were in the same room :)+1
March 02 2016 22:56:21
Wade So good to hear from you Ms Shi. My dream is to have those face to face musical encounters. So far one meet up at Urft and five separate meets with individual members. What we do here is more than OK, but really love the live stuff. +0
Wade a excellent job, this sound remember me for moments a electric violin, its a sound cool, the sax line as usual fantastic. Thumbssss+1
March 02 2016 22:51:24
Wade Thanks G.B. I wasn't thinking electric violin but can certainly hear that sound now that you've mentioned it. Could sound even more like violin with more vibrato? +1
March 02 2016 22:54:17
GlezBass To me it is very familiar in certain passages to an "electric" sound of electric violin, and I think with more serious vibrato seemed possible, a matter of experience +1

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