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    I hope Michael(julioscissors) doesn't mind me posting this Soundcloud song of his.
    I didn't have time to listen earlier, but found this song to be quite easy on the ears. Love the guitar/vocals and lyrics. Everything is nice and tight on this one, great job Michael.
    Soundcloud page: Richard Hermans, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice Bandcamp: https://richardhermans.bandcamp.comYouTube: https://youtu.be/F34jl6fQVmA

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    Thanks! I had fun recording that, I'm glad you enjoyed it.

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    Here's something new for the people who asked for more soft, melodic stuff from me.

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-a04a5e798978
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    Really nice Bob..very soft and gentle with subdued organ in the beginning.
    Love the orchestral transitions which really add a cinematic feel to the song.
    I really enjoyed this one. Thumbs up, well really, 2 thumbs up.
    Soundcloud page: Richard Hermans, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice Bandcamp: https://richardhermans.bandcamp.comYouTube: https://youtu.be/F34jl6fQVmA

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    This is a 7 minute improvisation I just did this AM.
    https://www.soundclick.com/music/son...ongID=14309246

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    Quote Originally Posted by clivey View Post
    This is a 7 minute improvisation I just did this AM.
    https://www.soundclick.com/music/son...ongID=14309246
    Hi Clivey, welcome to the forum, and thanks for posting here on the SC page.
    I'm not much into Ambient Jazz, but I appreciate the amount of work and creativity an artist puts into creating a song.
    I read a bit of your bio, and it looks like you've been doing this for a long time, and that is wonderful.
    Music can be such an expression of ourselves, our emotions, our thoughts and feelings expressed about things in our lives or going on in the world around us.
    I think you captured that in this piece, and it also encourages abstract thinking which is always good.

    Thanks for sharing, please hang around, share, and enjoy some of the other tuneage by some very talented folks here, who contributed to the SC Jukebox.
    Soundcloud page: Richard Hermans, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice Bandcamp: https://richardhermans.bandcamp.comYouTube: https://youtu.be/F34jl6fQVmA

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    Welcome Clivey. Your piece has a bit of a David Torn feel to it. Ambient isn't really my thing, but there are plenty here who love it. Keep up the good work.
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    Lyle Mays final recording, a tribute to Eberhard Weber, inspired me to write my own tribute to the late great bassist. If you don't know dear old Eb, or dear old Lyle's music, you should.

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-a04a5e798978
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    Thanks for the welcome. I love to try different ideas and that piece was 100% improvisation on top of 3 HG Fortune synths providing the percussive elements . Zero editing of the Hammond or Soprano, just the fade. If it sounds rough then it aught to considering it took less than half an hour to complete.
    Many of the pieces on my Bandcamp releases can take weeks but I reserve my soundclick for demos and early mixdowns.
    Thanks for the listens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    Lyle Mays final recording, a tribute to Eberhard Weber, inspired me to write my own tribute to the late great bassist. If you don't know dear old Eb, or dear old Lyle's music, you should.

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-a04a5e798978
    Thanks for sharing your original song to Eberhard. Very nice composition. and may I ask what piano you are using? also love the orchestral section closing the song.
    Soundcloud page: Richard Hermans, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice Bandcamp: https://richardhermans.bandcamp.comYouTube: https://youtu.be/F34jl6fQVmA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    Thanks for sharing your original song to Eberhard. Very nice composition. and may I ask what piano you are using? also love the orchestral section closing the song.
    It's a German Grand in a large studio acoustic setting. Part of Arturia's Piano V2 collection. That orchestral style is something Eberhard used often. An oboe or clarinet, usually played by Paul MacCandless (of Oregon and Paul Winter fame), with a string synth in the background. It was often a bit dissonant and slightly atonal and mysterious sounding and finally resolving at the very end.

    If you haven't heard his recordings you should check them out. I call it "European Jazz", very classical sounding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clivey View Post
    This is a 7 minute improvisation I just did this AM.
    https://www.soundclick.com/music/son...ongID=14309246
    Though I'm not really into improvisation, I leally like this piece.
    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    Lyle Mays final recording, a tribute to Eberhard Weber, inspired me to write my own tribute to the late great bassist. If you don't know dear old Eb, or dear old Lyle's music, you should.

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-a04a5e798978
    Very beautifull.

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    Kinda of quiet over here, so thought I'd drop a song I just finished today.
    I've been recovering from a stingray sting in my foot for over a month now, it got infected..blah blah and I've been limited in my activity, plus it's all been pretty exhausting.
    I revisited some music I had started back in May and threw everything in a pot, let it stew for 24hrs, add some garnish and mix it.

    It's been years since I've done an Instrumental, but too darn tired to get the pipes warmed up to sing. lol

    I will be doing a video for Youtube, but wanted to share the Soundcloud version here with you great folks.

    Hope you enjoy the weekend..peace
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    The Winter Winds of Time by Richard Hermans

    Soundcloud page: Richard Hermans, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice Bandcamp: https://richardhermans.bandcamp.comYouTube: https://youtu.be/F34jl6fQVmA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Very nice, goes through a lot of differend moods.
    Thanks so much for listening Renate.
    I also appreciate your comment, and I agree, it's an adventure for sure.
    Soundcloud page: Richard Hermans, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice Bandcamp: https://richardhermans.bandcamp.comYouTube: https://youtu.be/F34jl6fQVmA

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    Nice mix and some really pretty sounds/moods visited. I do hear the winter in it, then spring toward the end.

    I've made some new friends lately on Bandlab and I'm exploring some collaborations. If something really cool comes out of it I'll post a link here. I just added Hammond Organ to this one.

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-a04a5e798978
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    Nice mix and some really pretty sounds/moods visited. I do hear the winter in it, then spring toward the end.

    I've made some new friends lately on Bandlab and I'm exploring some collaborations. If something really cool comes out of it I'll post a link here. I just added Hammond Organ to this one.

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-a04a5e798978
    Thanks for listening Bob, and glad you could feel the seasons on this one.
    I just listened to Infrared, and it's really good. A bit of dark tone reminds me in places of the Doors, and Canada's Tea Party.
    Love the Hammond part you added, nice and gritty without being overpowering. You let the sound flow with the vibe of the music, and love it when you open the mod wheel for a leslie vibrato sound(if that's how you're doing it, or maybe a foot pedal?).

    I think it's great you're collaborating. I remember when you first posted here several years ago, you had just gotten the Arturia controller and software and getting back in the game after time away from recording music.
    You've come a long way my friend, and I mean that!
    Soundcloud page: Richard Hermans, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice Bandcamp: https://richardhermans.bandcamp.comYouTube: https://youtu.be/F34jl6fQVmA

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    Great collaboration with Bandlab stars from around the world (Paris, Lyon, Argentina, Chile). Had a lot of fun playing organ on this one.

    https://www.bandlab.com/paris2crains...f-a04a5e798978
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    Been waiting for a little free time to give this a good listen.
    Nice bluesy song and cover by all involved.
    Lovin your Hammond on this, very nice indeed Bob M.

    It's so good to hear the fun you're having with these collaborations...keep up the good work!
    Soundcloud page: Richard Hermans, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice Bandcamp: https://richardhermans.bandcamp.comYouTube: https://youtu.be/F34jl6fQVmA

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    It is sooooo much easier collaborating with talented people rather than having to come up with the song, the drums, the bass, the piano, the melody, the etc. Playing just one part and giving it your all to the benefit of the song is what we should be doing as musicians.
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    It is sooooo much easier collaborating with talented people rather than having to come up with the song, the drums, the bass, the piano, the melody, the etc. Playing just one part and giving it your all to the benefit of the song is what we should be doing as musicians.
    Personally I love composing the most. Writing the stuff for others to play. In my case that is the computer, though I rather would have talented musicians playing their part and perhaps have some input.

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    The Winter Winds of Time by Richard Hermans

    Nice job, Richard. I particularly like the first part which has kind of a pastoral Genesis'y vibe to it. Love to hear your excellent vocals with it if you get those pipes warmed up! There's a melody waiting to reveal itself in there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarplyrjvb View Post
    The Winter Winds of Time by Richard Hermans

    Nice job, Richard. I particularly like the first part which has kind of a pastoral Genesis'y vibe to it. Love to hear your excellent vocals with it if you get those pipes warmed up! There's a melody waiting to reveal itself in there!
    Thanks Joe. I doubt I'll ever add anything more down the road but you never know. lol
    Soundcloud page: Richard Hermans, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice Bandcamp: https://richardhermans.bandcamp.comYouTube: https://youtu.be/F34jl6fQVmA

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