I joined, installed, got a dropbox and I still can't get that link. Sorry for my lameness. Any tips?jSent: Sunday, March 01, 2009 11:52 AMSubject: Re: RPM CD - Jim Goodin - Vertical releasedJeff and others I believe you have to create an account first on GetDropBox. It's a great free within 2 gig usage service for file transfer and synchronization between say their server (your account) and your primary/secondary computers. Jeff thanks in advance for giving a spin...
On Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 11:30 AM, Jeff Duke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hey Jim, way to go, the link sends me to an offer to log in though. I can hardly wait to hear Vertical.----- Original Message -----From: Jim GoodinSent: Sunday, March 01, 2009 11:04 AMSubject: RPM CD - Jim Goodin - Vertical releasedSome you possibly joined me in participating in the annual February RPM Challenge (www.rpmchallenge.com). For those not acquainted with the world wide web event, it is you might say a personal/artistic sort of directive or inspiration hosted by the Wire magazine and several others, that challenges musicians to create and release a CD of their music entirely done in the month of February. This is my 3rd year and 4th CD (in addition to my solo CD, Daryl [Shawn] and I did our 2nd Chinapainting CD Trick of Amethyst for the 2007 RPM event) to produce through this event. My 2009 RPM CD is titled Vertical and I'm posting it here for download.For Vertical I used fretless guitar, oud, violin, voice and I'm proud to say for this list's interest, looping technology (EHX 2880). 6 of the 18 trax are heavily looped.The link which is a ZIP bundle includes the trax, cover, insert, tray and label graphics.I welcome your comments should you desire.Thanks for listening and again congratulations to all who played this year.JimPS next up the ReUse project, stay tuned...
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