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  1. +1 to the KRKs. In that price range I think they are pretty good.
  2. Normally one would set up a reverb bus, with the desired reverb set to all wet. Then use sends from the tracks you want to add reverb to. You can then adjust how much reverb added to each track by adjusting the send levels. For example, I don't tend to add much, if any, reverb to bass tracks. You can then adjust the overall level of reverb using the buss. HTH
  3. I saw a lovely quote about his death - "It has left a hole in music that will never be filled." He was truly a "one-off". I saw him play in Birmingham (U.K. not Alabama) a few years ago. Fantastic. Great piano player, singer and eccentric. So sadly missed.
  4. One of my favourite Miles Davis lines was on how to start a solo - "Think of a note, then don't play it." Dave Stewart (Hatfield & the North, Egg, Bruford et al) says he worked out which note not to play, but wasn't sure which of the other 11 he should choose.. I think he decided it was "B♭" that Miles meant.. 😊 I also loved his advice to Coltrane about how to stop soloing - "Just take the ####### horn out of your mouth." Just a few more lovely lines - “If you don't know what to play, play nothing.” “It’s not the note you play that’s the wrong note – it’s the note you play afterwards that makes it right or wrong.” “Don't play what's there; play what's not there.” Sorry to run off topic, it's been a long day.
  5. Sequencer One on Amiga for me. I resisted computers for years, sticking to hardware sequencers and tape. So glad I finally made the move.. I tell anyone who will listen about Cakewalk. One of my students has just this week started using Cakewalk to record his Prog Rock band.
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