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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:03 PM

Tango Suite reminds me of Sinister Minister in places :)
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:03 PM

View PostJase, on Nov 23 2010, 01:35 PM, said:

The whole track sounds a bit like it's under water since I converted it to an mp3.

I'd say that's a pretty good description of a low BR mp3 file. I liked the first song. It is of course very of it's day but i think you did a good job, everything sounded nice and tight. The new stuff is just erm, well, erm :) It sounded as if you did a good job with the actual recording itself though...

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:04 PM

View Postsilddx, on Nov 23 2010, 01:51 PM, said:

You came a long way in 4 years mate, Control is really, really good! It's a very commercial composition, very listenable, and very well played! It deserves a great vocal :)

I think commercial and listenable is very much what I was going for. I'm going to try for the vocals probably over christmas. Can't promise I'll deliver on the "great" though...
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:12 PM

View PostJase, on Nov 23 2010, 01:35 PM, said:

Here's something I found that's quite funny, twenty odd years ago with lashings of distorted bass, when I wanted to be in Talas. At 3.40 there is a ridiculous clone moment. The whole track sounds a bit like it's under water since I converted it to an mp3. Long before pc's and all this stuff you kids have at your fingertips, hahaha!
Recorded live IIRC Used my Billy converted Pbass also had the BC1 screaming away! :) :) :lol:
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The first track on your Soundcloud page... can I be the first to say "alright Yoko?" :D

Fat Head Man Guy Thing and the tracks following it on the other hand, wouldnt sound out of place on a Zappa album, to me at least.
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:13 PM

View PostJase, on Nov 23 2010, 01:35 PM, said:

Here's something I found that's quite funny, twenty odd years ago with lashings of distorted bass, when I wanted to be in Talas. At 3.40 there is a ridiculous clone moment. The whole track sounds a bit like it's under water since I converted it to an mp3. Long before pc's and all this stuff you kids have at your fingertips, hahaha!
Recorded live IIRC Used my Billy converted Pbass also had the BC1 screaming away! :) :) :lol:
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hahhah! The fisrt one is really quite funny :D It's very British and the singer (and the band) must have been a big Sabbath fan, stylistically and lyrically. It's great fun! The bit at 3.40 is hilarious! Very well performed though.

Your new work on Soundcloud is really interesting, it's quite visceral, from the heart and you can tell. Funny how you sneaked in a bass phrase from a GS ep track (can't remember what it's called) into Fat Head, you may not have even been aware you did it. I really like this music, I may buy the album. Fat Head and Monkey's are my faves at the moment. It's all really heartfelt, and imaginitive. Rare mate, rare. I'd love to see this live. Your bass is lovely, so much personality, which didn't come through that much with GS, you made precisely the right move in my opinion. This music is exactly what you want to do isn't it? It sounds like it is.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:18 PM

View PostWil, on Nov 23 2010, 02:12 PM, said:

The first track on your Soundcloud page... can I be the first to say "alright Yoko?" :)

Fat Head Man Guy Thing and the tracks following it on the other hand, wouldnt sound out of place on a Zappa album, to me at least.
Nah, totally different language to Zappa old thing. This is more Be-bop (well, what I think of as Be-bop, probably completely wrong there :) ) with some rocket fuel and not a thought for the audience, 21st century be-bop. I love it, it's got real balls.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 04:29 PM

View Postsilddx, on Nov 23 2010, 01:57 PM, said:

f***in hell, that first piece is pretty immense Mike :)

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View Postsilddx, on Nov 23 2010, 01:57 PM, said:

Liking the Janek stuff on the second track :D :) :lol:


and yes the second one is 'well jazzy innit' NOT!

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 07:39 PM

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 07:53 PM

[quote name='Bilbo' post='1034279' date='Nov 23 2010, 07:39 PM']1982

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I really like the use of clever modern musical devices in this piece, such as the use of 2 distinctly different keys for the vocals and instruments in the chorus :) hehe jk.
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 07:59 PM

1982 seems a popular year:

American Express from Sign Language.

2010
Song 5 - from Fear of bicycles. Part of an improv session from a couple of months ago.
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 08:00 PM

View PostWalMan, on Nov 21 2010, 09:31 PM, said:

May have put this up elsewhere, but anyway

Early - around late 70's we reckon I'm Always With You - a rather busy Shergold Marathon Fretless

Last Friday night - Maniac

Loved both of those songs. Manic is one of my all time favourite songs so great to hear it again.
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 08:04 PM

Can I do another new one? :)

I found looperman.com yesterday and decided to have a quick play with a rap sample!

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 08:11 PM

Wow what a thread. I'll admit to getting a bit uninspired recently on BC (believe it or not) and not digging a lot of the threads. I'll check out some tunes a bit later when it's quieter at home. These 2 are mine.

The first track is called Somebody's Fool and was written by our singer / guitarist who was 15 at the time. I was 18 and it was recorded on a Tascam 4 track in 1984. As it was the 80's there is a chorus laden slap bass solo before the guitar solo!

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 08:13 PM

This is me playing along to a single my old band, Inter released in 1999. The song is called Radio Finland. At the time I was talking to the singer and I said we should try and make this song very radio friendly but it came out as Radio Finland as I was very drunk and could not speak very well. The title just stuck. The bass is my ESP 400 series Jazz.



This song is from 2010 and is a fretless track from an album I am recording with a band called Echo 109. The song is called Dream World.



Nigel, here is your chance to analyse my bass playing as discussed some months ago and tell me if I am an eternal optimist or a manic depressive :)

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 08:31 PM

View PostShergoldSnickers, on Nov 23 2010, 07:59 PM, said:

1982 seems a popular year:

American Express from Sign Language.

2010
Song 5 - from Fear of bicycles. Part of an improv session from a couple of months ago.

Loved both of those songs. Might have to buy your two F.O.B albums. I love fretless and this is right up my street.
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 09:25 PM

View PostLinus27, on Nov 23 2010, 08:13 PM, said:

This is me playing along to a single my old band, Inter released in 1999. The song is called Radio Finland. At the time I was talking to the singer and I said we should try and make this song very radio friendly but it came out as Radio Finland as I was very drunk and could not speak very well. The title just stuck. The bass is my ESP 400 series Jazz.

This song is from 2010 and is a fretless track from an album I am recording with a band called Echo 109. The song is called Dream World. Attachment 02_Dream_World.mp"

Nigel, here is your chance to analyse my bass playing as discussed some months ago and tell me if I am an eternal optimist or a manic depressive :)
You can make a major key sound sad. There's a deep sense of pathos in your playing. I think you are very self aware and consciously predict how you will react to situations, which takes some of the pleasure out of new experiences and can lead to introspection and lead to your being maudlin. Your playing reminds me of Peter Hook, you understand the power of melody but feel a deep sense of responsibility in life which led yo to play bass instead of guitar.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 10:08 PM

OK, Glam Punk days from early 1996



and then a session I did over the summer for a friend so just a few months ago.



Interestingly it's the same drummer & guitarist but a very different style. Both are just Fender Precision basses just DI'd

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 10:20 PM

[quote name='silddx' post='1031918' date='Nov 21 2010, 09:20 PM']This is a track I recorded in 1992. I was a guitar player, and a complete f***ing fretw***er, but I think it's pretty good, but maybe a bit clichéd. I called it "No Feet Allowed" for some reason :) It was recorded on a Fostex X-26 4 Track cassette portastudio. I had a Yamaha SPX50D digital effects rack, and the drums were programmed on an Alesis HR16. I seem to remember it took nearly a week to do that!

[/quote]

Absolute love this, I tend to agree with Paul H, reminds me of Satch. You got a really good sound out of that portastudio, nothing I ever did with mine came out this clear :)

[quote name='EdwardHimself' post='1033137' date='Nov 22 2010, 08:13 PM']...and something from this year:
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Well this is brilliant, I think you had another thread with this on and I liked it then and I still like it now - fantastic stuff.

[quote name='urb' post='1033696' date='Nov 23 2010, 11:20 AM']Anyhow the first one is a classical/Tango piece by Astor Piazzola arranged and played brilliantly by a guitarist friend of mine called [url="http://jameswatson.eu/"]James Watson[/url] - we recorded this in 1995 or something like that - pre-digital and all that, hence it's a bit hissy... I'm doubling his lines and playing chords under the solo, on my trusty old Warwick Thumb original:



The second tune is one of my first solo bass recordings I did when I move to London 7 years ago, this is the modal jazz classic Little Sunflower, I'd just got my fretless custom 5-string and loved the Christian McBride version of the tune so decided to do my version of it:

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I only have one word AWESOME !

[quote name='Bilbo' post='1034279' date='Nov 23 2010, 07:39 PM']1982
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Classic stuff ! Loving it.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 10:32 PM

View Postsilddx, on Nov 23 2010, 09:25 PM, said:

You can make a major key sound sad. There's a deep sense of pathos in your playing. I think you are very self aware and consciously predict how you will react to situations, which takes some of the pleasure out of new experiences and can lead to introspection and lead to your being maudlin. Your playing reminds me of Peter Hook, you understand the power of melody but feel a deep sense of responsibility in life which led yo to play bass instead of guitar.

Blimey, thats pretty damn good actually. Quite scary actually :)
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 11:35 PM

View Postsilddx, on Nov 23 2010, 09:25 PM, said:

You can make a major key sound sad. There's a deep sense of pathos in your playing. I think you are very self aware and consciously predict how you will react to situations, which takes some of the pleasure out of new experiences and can lead to introspection and lead to your being maudlin. Your playing reminds me of Peter Hook, you understand the power of melody but feel a deep sense of responsibility in life which led yo to play bass instead of guitar.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 11:48 PM

[quote name='Bilbo' post='1034279' date='Nov 23 2010, 07:39 PM']1982



2009

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Haha! Bilbo, brilliant! The first reminds me of the good old days! It contains the very essence of NWOBHM, I can't put my finger on it, but it has that very sound, like Diamond Head and Tygers of Pan Tang. It almost brought a tear :)

Love the second, very simple and therefore much more difficult to pull off. You have a great feel and I love the semi quavers you do with the vocals at 2.00, and occasionally afterwards. Really nice feel. I kind of feel a little frustration in there that you can't really go to town on some wickid modulation, but it's a testament to your great taste that you did what you did. Stop me if I sound like a ponce :)

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 12:08 AM

View Postgjones, on Nov 23 2010, 11:35 PM, said:

Are you a Virgo?


If you mean me then no, a Gemini.

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 12:12 AM

View PostShergoldSnickers, on Nov 23 2010, 07:59 PM, said:

1982 seems a popular year:

American Express from Sign Language.

2010
Song 5 - from Fear of bicycles. Part of an improv session from a couple of months ago.
Oh my god! I LOVE American Express!! What's the singer doing now? It's got a lovely naivete to it and it completely sounds like the '80s to me. I got a wonderful rush of nostalgia, like I did with Bilbo's first number.

I would like to hear more of your second, it had a fantastic feel to it. Where did it go? If that's completely improvised, I want more because I get the sense of the unexplored forest about it. More please!

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 12:28 AM

View Postmep, on Nov 23 2010, 08:11 PM, said:

Wow what a thread. I'll admit to getting a bit uninspired recently on BC (believe it or not) and not digging a lot of the threads. I'll check out some tunes a bit later when it's quieter at home. These 2 are mine.

The first track is called Somebody's Fool and was written by our singer / guitarist who was 15 at the time. I was 18 and it was recorded on a Tascam 4 track in 1984. As it was the 80's there is a chorus laden slap bass solo before the guitar solo!

Attachment Somebody__s_Fool.mp3

The second track was recorded earlier last year for some of my students. It is self penned solo affair with 3 sections and some drum accompanyment to the 2nd & 3rd sections. It has some chordal work and was insipred by a Bach Cello Gavotte which was transcribed for bass by Rob Burns at the Basstech in Acton many years ago when I took private lessons.

Attachment Mep__s_B..._Gavotte.mp3
I can't pretend I like either to be perfectly frank. The first is great though considering the ages involved, and the era :) The second is just something I can never get on with, cello transcribed for electric bass. Aside from the odd timing issue, you play it really well though. I just don't dig on solo bass so I'm not the right person to comment, sorry :)

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 12:33 AM

Loving this thread! Your '82 band rocks, Bilbo :)

Today is another day, so here are another two (my last, as I dont think I have any more recordings of note).

I've managed to find what I think is my earliest ever recording - aged around 13 or 14 I think. Recorded on a good ol' Tascam 4 track, I remember having a lot of fun flipping the tape for backwards vocals with delays and tinkering with pitchshifted guitars on my first (and cherished) multi effects pedal. Terrible singing and quite pretentious, but I still like it because when I hear it I can picture my messy teenage bedroom with wires draped everywhere for when I bounced down to my hi fi :)




And here's a piece of dubstep I recorded last week on my iPhone, in a lovely little app called Music Studio. I had intended to write a longer piece for strings but when I tried out the synth patches they immediately brought back joyfull memories of Amiga game music...


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Posted 24 November 2010 - 12:46 AM

[quote name='BurritoBass' post='1034508' date='Nov 23 2010, 10:08 PM']OK, Glam Punk days from early 1996



and then a session I did over the summer for a friend so just a few months ago.



Interestingly it's the same drummer & guitarist but a very different style. Both are just Fender Precision basses just DI'd[/quote]
I really like the second number. With some sh*t hot production it has hit written all over it!

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 07:34 AM

Right... when I get home tonight, everything stops. The stereo goes on and the kids can starve. I'm going to be sitting back and listening to every one of the samples posted. Can't wait.... :)

What an inspired thread Nigel - we should be looking at releasing a BC compilation :) Seriously. Proceeds to hosting and maintenance of website and an emergency GAS fund.
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Posted 24 November 2010 - 10:49 AM

:) Thank you guys.

Sombody's pinned it. Is it an honour to have a thread pinned? :)

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 11:30 AM

View Postpurpleblob, on Nov 23 2010, 10:20 PM, said:

Well this is brilliant, I think you had another thread with this on and I liked it then and I still like it now - fantastic stuff.

Thanks again man. I know I should probably stop pimping this recording all the time without at least adding the vocals to it. In the mean time I am working on a new instrumental track that should be done in maybe a week or 2 at this rate...
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Posted 24 November 2010 - 12:52 PM

View PostWil, on Nov 24 2010, 12:33 AM, said:

Loving this thread! Your '82 band rocks, Bilbo :)

Today is another day, so here are another two (my last, as I dont think I have any more recordings of note).

I've managed to find what I think is my earliest ever recording - aged around 13 or 14 I think. Recorded on a good ol' Tascam 4 track, I remember having a lot of fun flipping the tape for backwards vocals with delays and tinkering with pitchshifted guitars on my first (and cherished) multi effects pedal. Terrible singing and quite pretentious, but I still like it because when I hear it I can picture my messy teenage bedroom with wires draped everywhere for when I bounced down to my hi fi :)


Attachment india_songmx.mp3

And here's a piece of dubstep I recorded last week on my iPhone, in a lovely little app called Music Studio. I had intended to write a longer piece for strings but when I tried out the synth patches they immediately brought back joyfull memories of Amiga game music...

Attachment Dubstep.mp3
India is lovely! Not too keen on Dubstep. Great for an iPhone app though.

There's some great sounds on this thread! And some genuinely great composing.





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