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    I'm interested in your opinions....

    Equipment used wasn't the best, but I think Cool Edit Pro 2.0 pulled through.

    I look forward to your replies.


    Here it is:

    the song is called The Chase, by Hitchhikin' Gurus, you might have to search for it. It can be found right now at the following link:

    http://www.nowhereradio.com/artists/alternative/

    Enjoy!
    Let your thumb give you a ride!

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    Hey newbie

    http://www.nowhereradio.com/artists/...d=3617&alid=-1

    A more direct link............

    I like this.
    Hard to put it in any style.
    I guess we used to call it Fusion in the 70's

    Bass playing very good.
    Real drums?

    I like the fake fade-out at the end

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    Thanks for listening,

    sampled drums, two rythyms put together to make I drum part.

    I made this recording with a 1/4" to 1/8" adapter to a Dell Dimension stock Sound Blaster to Cool Edit Pro 2.0. No pres!
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    Pretty good little tune but there are some out of tune guitars in there.

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    I actually didn't mind the out-of-tune guitars...gave it kind of a "Grateful Dead" feel.

    Nice tune.

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    Did you play the bass? Very cool!
    Reminds me of Dick Tracy movies!
    Try improving the fak fade-out by making it sound even lower, almost mute, then getting the volume back.

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    I'll try that

    This was just a pet project until I get my gear.

    Yeah I played all the bass and guitar parts, its not really the Hitchhikin Gurus yet, we're gonna re-recording the song with live drums.

    I love the Dick Tracey remark....very interesting.

    thanks again
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