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An improv on "Itsuki No Komoriuta"

 
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J. Danza
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PostPosted: 2011-09-04, 04:31    Post subject: An improv on "Itsuki No Komoriuta" Reply with quote

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PostPosted: 2011-09-04, 04:54    Post subject: An improv on "Itsuki No Komoriuta" Reply with quote

Good sounds. I don't know the song, so it's hard to tell where the song ends and the improv begins, which is not a bad thing.
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PostPosted: 2011-09-04, 06:54    Post subject: An improv on "Itsuki No Komoriuta" Reply with quote

Pepe, that was a beautiful and heartfelt rendition. The improv didn't stray from the original intention and feel. Well done!
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PostPosted: 2011-09-04, 20:18    Post subject: An improv on "Itsuki No Komoriuta" Reply with quote

Thanks Brian and Jeff!!!... It's fun once in a while to turn on a mic at home and share our sounds... Different feel than "professional" recordings. I certainly would love to hear your offerings!
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PostPosted: 2011-09-04, 23:25    Post subject: An improv on "Itsuki No Komoriuta" Reply with quote

Wow... beautiful piece. I've never heard it before. I was impressed though, not only by the quality of the playing, but the quality of the recording, which really seemed to capture all the little echoes and reverbs that make you feel like you're sitting next to someone playing, rather than listening to a recording.
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PostPosted: 2011-09-08, 03:36    Post subject: An improv on "Itsuki No Komoriuta" Reply with quote

Simply fantastic, man. I loved it! What a beautiful, haunting tone you freely express. Bravissimo! Okay
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PostPosted: 2011-09-08, 20:06    Post subject: An improv on "Itsuki No Komoriuta" Reply with quote

Thank you guys!... Glad you enjoyed.
Matt... I record with three mics... two overheads and a closer one (foot and a half away)... and then I mix them with a little touch of reverb on the center mic, so it's a pretty raw mix. I also love that feeling of hearing the instrument live, rather than some grandiose new age reberv temple... I am a bit of a "fundamentalist" when it come to mixing.
I have a friend visiting from New York that is an amazing Tuvan style singer! It sounds incredible with Shakuhachi!... I'll try to get something down before he leaves.
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