I think I'll give up now!
Very nice playing but I think the style of the backing track detracts from the mood you are creating.Hard this one. So simple. I got a bit carried away with the backing track and need to concentrate on the playing a bit more. Here's where I'm at.
I changed the mic to an AT8033 from 'audio technics'. This was a really nice tune to play.
I want one of those hats
Jimmy the link doesn't want to work.Mine such as it is. No offense to BIAB, I use it myself, but sometimes I just can't hear audio clues to coming chord changes with it. I went with a karaoke track instead after a few failed attempts. I'm not happy with my barely in tune playing but here it is any way. https://app.box.com/files/0/f/0/1/f_32741873977
Sounds really v.good JB, lovely tone as always.I found this lovely song quite challenging, and that's without any improvisation. Like I used to tell my students, "Slow music is a lot harder to play than fast music". This tune gives evidence of that fact. My best effort is done on a Conn 10M (naked lady) tenor with an Ernie Northway custom mouthpiece. I found the "karaokee" backing track that was done in the style of Celine Dion's recording.
Cheers Jeanette, I think this tune is going to make for a good month. As I said to Al I changed the mic.
Influenced by the "Acker Bilk" version Colin Sounded v,good. Not totally convinced by the backing for this tune, but hey everything with music is so personal. Lovely first versionHard this one. So simple. I got a bit carried away with the backing track and need to concentrate on the playing a bit more. Here's where I'm at.
I am still singing every breath you take at the beginning, sorry the BT does feel like it is fighting you and stands out more than the saxI'm not giving up on this arrangement yet! A few tweaks to the arrangement, slapped the piano player and sent the drummer to another room.
I downloaded an app that makes the clarinet sound like an alto. What you think?