Guitar loop with improvised Tenor. Comment if you wish.
Not quite sure what this means??? But think I get the gist. All of the tracks posted so far are with the same guitarist. I'm bound to what he serves up in terms of modes, changes, rhythm, etc. He has a style and way of thinking compositionally and his guitarist "finger memory". I'm culpable in terms of being someone who tries to add to whatever is there rather than pushing against it. The guitarist can't follow me, so I've go to follow him.Enjoyable, but in quite smaller portions than what you serve.
I rather like it. Is good as an introduction but then I'd like it to move into a song of some sort; maybe some African origin type stuff.
One real bad thing though and that's the stereo split. Guitar in right ear, sax in the left, not nice. Don't pan them so far apart.
Good though, like it.
PS (hesitates to mention in case it's deliberate but it's Pursuit)
Yes I can see that's the way it looks but I am assuming that the recording you have is two different stereo tracks, I just didn't show a second track as I was only pointing out the LR slider.Thanks Moz. Unfortunately if you try to use this as shown you will just put all on one side or the other. You'd need to split the track which happens by hitting the little down triangle on the top right of the box then click on split track. But once you've done that what you will find is that if there's nothing on the side you're trying to move to that it just cuts out the sound. It's not a real pan, and it doesn't mix it. Have a play and you'll see what I mean. I've been using this programme for about four years and think I've tried almost everything to get around it without going to another programme. Doesn't mean that it's not there, just haven't found how to do it, but it's unfortunately not as simple as it looks. Most everything else I need is in there and it's extremely intuitive, so a real frustration.
Now that's a clever idea! Will give that a bash and see what happens. Cheers.