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    SONG: Easing Up

    Hi Barry, Thanks a lot for listening and all your comments! I fixed the tuning problem (with Melodyne) so I'm glad you didn't hear anything else That 1:14 sound is a Mellotron Kontakt instrument (Wavesfactory Newmello collection) It's funny you mention the bass - I struggled with that. I was at a point where a tiny bit more was "too much" and a tiny bit less was "it needs a tiny bit more" and was having trouble finding the right place for it - and this is where I ended up
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    SONG: Easing Up

    Hi Tom, Thanks for listening - and for your comments I like to lay off the verb myself
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    SONG: Easing Up

    Thanks for listening Wookiee! And now it's a (more) in tune easy tune
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    SONG: Easing Up

    Hi gary, Thanks for listening. It was the lead guitar @ 0:45 - 0:59. The bends weren't coming back down correctly (they were staying a little sharp). There were a couple of other small things too. The disappointing part is that I didn't pick it up from the beginning 😓 - oh well, I'll need to be more vigilant wrt tuning!
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    SONG: Easing Up

    Gary, I've been made aware of a few tuning issues - and patched them up with Melodyne. If you can be bothered - could you let me know if you hear an improvement? https://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=14103520 Rgds,
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    SONG: Easing Up

    Hi Bjorn, Thanks a lot for listening - and for your comments The part you're talking about takes it into "different" territory - it's definitely not for everybody
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    SONG: Easing Up

    Hi Gary - thanks a lot for listening. Which guitar is out of tune? (you know the story - I've listened a million times, so I won't hear it anymore)
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    SONG: Easing Up

    Hi, I've got a new song called "Easing Up". you can hear it here: https://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=14103520 It features: - plenty of guitar parts - MODO Bass - Superior Drums & Percussion - various little synth parts (and a Mellotron) - the usual suspects Please feel free to let me know what you think 😉
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    SONG: Shedding

    Hi Bapu - thanks a lot for listening and for your comments. Drum reverb is a tricky one - I'm not a big fan of too much reverb - on anything
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    SONG: Shedding

    Hi David, Thanks a lot for listening and for your comments. Maybe I'm slowly learning something ;)
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    SONG: Shedding

    Hi Douglas, Thanks a lot for listening and for your comments
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    SONG: Shedding

    Hi Tom, Thanks a lot for listening and for your comments. First of all, I made a major f*&% up - it's not MODO (that's the next somg) it's the Trilian Acoustic Bass! (I edited the original post). Drums are a DW kit from the Darkness SDX (my fav at the moment). I know nobody likes long songs - but I do. And this is supposed to be like coronavirus - so it sticks to you and won't go away
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    SONG: Shedding

    Hi, Here's my first Coronavirus Lockdown output. It's called "Shedding" and you can here it here: https://soundclick.com/r/s8ddlt This one features FUZZ - as in real Fuzz pedals 😉 Played with my Strats and Tele (sometimes through a Leslie) Trilian Acoustic Bass Superior Drums The usual Suspects... Please let me know what you think... Don't forget - Download CDs (including my newest one "Pull the Other One") Are still available at https://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/JohnBraner and all the normal streaming services. CDBaby won't be selling physical CDs anymore - so just contact me if you want one - or look on Amazon or Apple etc.
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    new song: Old Timer

    Hey Paul, Nice to meet you - and thanks a lot for listening and the kind words. (sorry about the lack of vocals - that's my "thing")
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