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  1. Starise, I believe you are thinking of GuitarHacker (Herb). He did write some original Country songs and used BIAB to sketch them out as well as played guitar along with them. I believe he posted songs with various singers, including himself. He also posted some songs without BIAB backing tracks. Good to see you back Dave, I recall you were a Superior Drummer beta tester and had a lot of useful information about it. Good to hear you and your wife are cancer-free and feeling good. Regards
  2. Jeff, Yes, I think this version is better than the previous version. Close to the original version EQ but the instrumentation is more defined with the BBC samples than Kontakt instruments. Sounds good, I'm sure others will chime in as well. This music really resonates because, for me, it embodies the great generation that came before us in addition to being a really great tribute for you father. Regards
  3. I have occasionally gone back and listened to your original version over the past year, it is a very inspiring composition and excellent tribute. For that reason am kind of partial to the original version. I think the brighter sound of the new version may be contributing to that, not sure if it is the newer instrumentation or if you have EQ'd brighter, etc... I guess to my ears the original version sounds like it is all together in a single space where the updated version doesn't have that feel of common space as much. Would maybe consider a darker common reverb for the updated version. Regards
  4. Solid cover. Very impressed you nailed that first guitar solo so closely, it ain't easy. Regards
  5. Nice job, sounds really good. Both versions of the song are really well done (i.e. the other link posted) and it would be hard to pick a winner. Regards
  6. Great job on this epic tune. Besides the song and the singing parts, the Phil Rizzuto part was really good as well. Cool ideas to create the radio announcer vibe. Regards
  7. Been a Thin Lizzy fan for years, and saw them live in "79 when they opened for Nazareth. Nice interpretation of the song and overall well done. I do agree with Paulo that the drum loop could use some variation. Regards
  8. Didn't hear the original version before your updates, but this one sounds really good. Not familiar with the original song either but really well done. Regards
  9. Nice, very enjoyable listen and fantastic playing. Regards
  10. markno999

    The Blues

    Wow, glad this one didn't slip off the first page before hearing it. What great work, love the song, arrangement, guitar, vocals, etc... Regards
  11. markno999

    Lady Moon Selune

    Wookiee, Nice track, had a few listens through. Not sure why but it reminds me of some of Bowie's works. Very interesting and super enjoyable listen. Regards
  12. Daryl - Thanks for the listen, appreciate it. Hope all is going well in the UK. Beagle - thank you for the listen. Fortunately had a lot to start with in Tom's original solo piece. Was a lot of fun to develop the supporting pieces, although, the solo piece really already stood on it's own. In any event, glad you liked it and that Tom let me experiment with his song. GuitarTrek- Thank you for the comment and listen. Appreciate it...... Still have a few of our collabs I need to finish. Regards
  13. Thanks everyone for having a listen, very much appreciated. Hopefully got the Thank You's correct, I don't do too much social media type stuff:) Regarding the Saxes, they actually are real saxes, real players in BIAB. The challenge with BIAB comes in cutting and pasting something that sounds realistic as they kind of take licks a player would use over a chord and then splice performances together. If you just enter chords and take what you get, in many cases (most cases) they don't sound convincing. Generally what I do is render out 6 or 7 copies of a solo idea and then splice things together in a way I think sounds convincing or how a player might approach a specific song. Thanks again to everyone for taking the time to have a listen to this project. Regards
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    Going Away

    Douglas, Really enjoyed the song, and quite an excellent mix, particularly the vocals are upfront and are processed very well. LTDR following Going Away is a really good one as well. Regards
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    Dracula - video

    Bjorn, Saw a little of this last week but didn't have time to get very far (at work:)) Had a chance to watch, and listen, to the whole thing. Really cool what you did with this old film. Your additions are very supportive and if Omnisphere existed in 1931 they probably would have done something similar. Really enjoyed it, and recalling what a scary character Bela was.
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