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  1. Thanks so much! It's actually a mrindangam, not a tabla. It's from the south of India. I used the Native Instruments India vst.
  2. For what it's worth, I can't take much credit for the guitar tone. It's basically a preset in Guitar Rig, that I tweaked a little bit. Thanks for the listen!
  3. Thanks for the listen and the comment
  4. Thanks! I stop after mixing. I wouldn't know how to master if my life depended on it.
  5. Thanks for the feedback. I think you have a point. I may have to do a little bit of trimming.
  6. Thanks, Tom. That's a good suggestion for the claps. I will try that out. Actually, the percussion is a mridangam. It's not as well known as the tabla. This song comes from the south of India, where they use different drums than the north, and the mridangam is common.
  7. Hello everyone, It's been a while since I've posted. I hope every is staying safe and healthy. I finally got a chance to to do some recording. Mohanakalyani Thillana is a famous Indian Raaga. I've always loved it, my wife and I played it at our wedding, and I've always wanted to make my own version. I'd love to know what people think. Thanks in advance for the listen. Mohanakalyani Thillana
  8. Thanks so much freddy. We stood ha be a good time. Only problem is it was too short!
  9. Thanks. You should check out Long Beach Island sometime if you're in the neighborhood! 😁
  10. Thanks for listening and taking the time to comment!
  11. Thanks. I'd never been there before, even after so long in NJ. Yeah, it was really nice. We enjoyed it a lot.
  12. Best song title ever, and it lived up to it! It was peculiar, in all the ways I really dig.
  13. If that's what somebody who sucks sounds like, I wish I sucked like that, too.
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