Very cool, Warren! I hear a bit of 70's Miles, especially the light wah and groove. Great to hear you cutting loose a little bit! They're fools if they don't use it. And congrats on your job, I'm happy to hear that's working out so well for you. Daryl Shawn www.swanwelder.com www.chinapaintingmusic.com > Also, I've been away because I've temporarily stopped doing thing the > hard way (i.e., unaccompanied live looping) in order to concentrate my > limited musical time on producing a few recorded pieces (and on my > jazz duo gigs, which require quite a bit of practice to do well). I > haven't recorded to a grid or a beat since my computer was a 386 - > man, it's easy to edit stuff when you do that and there are meaningful > measure markers! Wow. So I've produced a couple of pieces I'm quite > happy with, that show off the wildman guitarist side of me. They were > both produced as part of an assignment to create a cross between > hip-hop music and rock guitar for a radio show theme (it's still > undecided whether the one that actually sounds like hip-hop will be > used - the other one came out sounding too African for that use, but > it's cool anyway). > > So, if you get a chance, I'd love you to listen to Tuffer at > http://warrensirota.com/Brian/Tuffer.mp3 and Afrique at > http://warrensirota.com/Solostuff/afrique.mp3.