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Chris

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Well perhaps listen..(its just the first chorus)

Thought it might be fun to write/record a latin tune. This is the link https://soundcloud.com/chris_kn/the-look/s-86RMC

Comments welcome,


Chris...
 
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daveysaxboy

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Well perhaps listen..(its just the first chorus)

Thought it might be fun to write/record a latin tune. This is the link https://soundcloud.com/chris_kn/the-look/s-86RMC

Comments welcome,



Chris...
Going for a tune a day i see,great job Chris.Your the Latin king i think.You sound more brave hear on your attack,skys the limit.:welldone
 
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Wade Cornell

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Is this one of your Chris? Nice feel and melodic line. Your tone is good, but some attacks need work as they feel a little "tubby". Try playing this in the upper octave with a lighter tonguing. This piece is deceptively difficult as the timing is critical. You're a brave man going after something that sounds easy, but isn't.
 

Chris

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I think a tune every 48hrs should be enough Davey;}, it's all good fun..

Thanks for having a listen Jeanette:thumb:

Yes Wade it's one of mine, Man you have got big (musical) ears. Spot on with your observations as usual, I was talking to my tutor about this last week..So it's still a work in progress..Brave, no. Up for a challenge maybe..It's one of the things I have noticed, a lot of music that sounds easy can be really hard to play.. Examples would be the last two tunes in Ballad of the Month thread..Once again thanks for your support and advice..

Chris...
 

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