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RE: Using Jazz Standards to Get Into a Venue for Looping
Very cool love it the combo of an RC with an EDP sounds like a good idea
the RC receive MIDI tempo from an EDP?
From: Mark Smart [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2004 10:42 PM
Subject: Re: Using Jazz Standards to Get Into a Venue for Looping
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From: "Krispen Hartung" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2004 9:23 PM
Subject: RE: Using Jazz Standards to Get Into a Venue for Looping
> Nice! The brushes sound very natural.
Thanks, that's the Erskine 3/4 brush loop being very substantially
sped up by the tap tempo function on the RC-20, and it doesn't sound
all weird like almost everything ELSE does when you speed it up with
the tap tempo function on the RC-20...
> What sort of guitar are using?
That's just the solidbody Ibanez Artist AR-250 shown on the page with the
Copeland hex pickup. I played that one all with my thumb, which
probably contributes to the "Wes-ness" quite a bit. The "Fenderizer"
pedal makes it sound bright like a Fender amp. The Copeland Pickup is
very bright sounding anyway, and also has a lot less sustain than a
regular pickup (much smaller magnets and coils), so that's probably
also making it sound more like a jazz-box.
> It sounds very hollow. I better get off my butt this week and make a few
> sample clips. I'm just doing guitar comping and then heads and solos
> for now...that's more natural for me, sort of like the Jim Hall/Pat
> Metheny duo sound.
Cool, I look forward to hearing them. I have a rehearsal and a gig later
in the week, but I hope I'll have time to make a few more recordings.