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This time a duet. Isn't Audacity wonderful?

BW Tenor and the Fortissimo Sop which came from ProfJames. Finally managed to play more than a couple of notes on it :)

http://bit.ly/1itwxF7
 
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Hey hey fella, you got me dancing in my seat and all smoochy, my "good lady" is at work so i will have to give myself love-bites on the mirror! :))):)))
a nice feel good smooth and smoochy playalong, it is great to see (metaphorically speaking) you developing more confidence in your playing, timing is a little out at times, but who cares, you sound like you are having a great time, enjoying yourself playing the sax(es) is all that matters...pleased for you Mark!

nice one fella!
 

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Sounds like you're having fun Mark. Nice one,:thumb:

Chris..
 

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Well done! Very enjoyable! You and the sop are getting on famously! I knew you would! What mouthpiece is on it?
 

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This time a duet. Isn't Audacity wonderful?

BW Tenor and the Fortissimo Sop which came from ProfJames. Finally managed to play more than a couple of notes on it :)

http://bit.ly/1itwxF7


Sounding good Moose. the Tenor and Sop usually always sound great in unison. you`ll find yourself wanting to do "instant bigband" stuff. You could try less reverb on your unison mixes Moose. In fact... Just muck about with the settings and have fun in anyway that suits as everybody has pointed out "We are in it for the Lark".:welldone:mrcool
 
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