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    You guys might have listened to a solo piano track I made last month called "Teardrops". Well, a saxophone playing friend in Rome just brought this to the next level. It has now surpassed my original and is incredibly emotive and pretty, so I had to share it here. Enjoy.

    https://www.bandlab.com/fizbahn/tear...f-a04a5e798978
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    You guys might have listened to a solo piano track I made last month called "Teardrops". Well, a saxophone playing friend in Rome just brought this to the next level. It has now surpassed my original and is incredibly emotive and pretty, so I had to share it here. Enjoy.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    You guys might have listened to a solo piano track I made last month called "Teardrops". Well, a saxophone playing friend in Rome just brought this to the next level. It has now surpassed my original and is incredibly emotive and pretty, so I had to share it here. Enjoy.

    https://www.bandlab.com/fizbahn/tear...f-a04a5e798978
    I remember listening to this when you first posted, and was touched by the emotion and melody.
    It's wonderful to think, someone on the other side of the world, listened to your piano piece and was moved to play saxaphone along with it.
    It's still a very beautiful piece, just different.
    I think the original is still my favorite, perhaps because of the emotion I felt when first listening.

    Thanks for sharing Bob...and keep on keeping on.
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    New collaboration just released. I played organ on this one.

    https://www.bandlab.com/revisions/fa...f-a04a5e798978
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    Nice organ playing, Bob!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    New collaboration just released. I played organ on this one.

    https://www.bandlab.com/revisions/fa...f-a04a5e798978
    Ya'll are kickin butt on this one, and your organ playing is wonderful Bob.
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    New collaboration just released. I played organ on this one.

    https://www.bandlab.com/revisions/fa...f-a04a5e798978
    I like it too.
    Not sure needed both guitar solos but keys were perfect, brass also. Vox powerful and versatile

    Tell us how bandlab functions if you like. Eg gear computer, DAW I may be interested in joining . I don't trust the official sales pitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clivey View Post

    Tell us how bandlab functions if you like. Eg gear computer, DAW I may be interested in joining . I don't trust the official sales pitch.
    So when you go to the Bandlab home page click on "Explore" then go all the way to the bottom. Under "Features" you will find a link to "Mastering". That's where you can drop a WAV file and their algorithm will master it. It's pretty good and only takes a minute, and is free. Did I tell you it's free? yeah, you can drop files over and over and it's still free. There are 4 different styles to choose from as you listen to the playback - Universal, Fire, Clarity, Tape. Choose whichever sounds best to you, then you can save your track under your own profile (once you register). There doesn't seem to be a limit on how many projects you can create and save to their website. Of course anything you save is downloadable in a few different quality types. You have the option to add project details, like changing the name, the description, etc. and when you are ready you can publish it to the community on Bandlab.

    They do have a very basic mix editor, very basic but just enough for collaborating. That's what we use to upload our individual tracks for a song when collaborating, but it's best to download each of those stems to your own DAW for final mixing and mastering before a final product is published to the community.

    The community allows you to friend anyone whose published music you like and they can do the same for your music. Whoever you are following pops up in your "Feed" whenever there is a new post. You can leave comments or "like" someone else's posts. There's a chat function too so you can private message people. All in all, I find the community to be friendly and there's quite a lot of good music in many, many styles, like rock, rap, instrumental, blues, etc. Every month they run contests and you can submit a new song for consideration with cash prizes. Browse through the site and find trending music under those style headings, create playlists, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    So when you go to the Bandlab home page click on "Explore" then go all the way to the bottom. Under "Features" you will find a link to "Mastering". That's where you can drop a WAV file and their algorithm will master it. It's pretty good and only takes a minute, and is free. Did I tell you it's free? yeah, you can drop files over and over and it's still free. There are 4 different styles to choose from as you listen to the playback - Universal, Fire, Clarity, Tape. Choose whichever sounds best to you, then you can save your track under your own profile (once you register). There doesn't seem to be a limit on how many projects you can create and save to their website. Of course anything you save is downloadable in a few different quality types. You have the option to add project details, like changing the name, the description, etc. and when you are ready you can publish it to the community on Bandlab.

    They do have a very basic mix editor, very basic but just enough for collaborating. That's what we use to upload our individual tracks for a song when collaborating, but it's best to download each of those stems to your own DAW for final mixing and mastering before a final product is published to the community.

    The community allows you to friend anyone whose published music you like and they can do the same for your music. Whoever you are following pops up in your "Feed" whenever there is a new post. You can leave comments or "like" someone else's posts. There's a chat function too so you can private message people. All in all, I find the community to be friendly and there's quite a lot of good music in many, many styles, like rock, rap, instrumental, blues, etc. Every month they run contests and you can submit a new song for consideration with cash prizes. Browse through the site and find trending music under those style headings, create playlists, etc.
    Thanks for taking the time to explain things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    You guys might have listened to a solo piano track I made last month called "Teardrops". Well, a saxophone playing friend in Rome just brought this to the next level. It has now surpassed my original and is incredibly emotive and pretty, so I had to share it here. Enjoy.

    https://www.bandlab.com/fizbahn/tear...f-a04a5e798978
    Very beautiful track! The feelings of the saxophone and piano speak to each other quite well. It seems like he really felt the mood of what you were doing.

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    One more just published today (yeah, I'm playing a lot these days). My interpretation of a beautiful old song by a true master, with the help of my international friends.

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-e42aac7a5303

    And a second one from the depths of the desert, also released today (Did I tell you I'm playing a lot?)

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-e42aacfb2594
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobM View Post
    One more just published today (yeah, I'm playing a lot these days). My interpretation of a beautiful old song by a true master, with the help of my international friends.

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-e42aac7a5303

    And a second one from the depths of the desert, also released today (Did I tell you I'm playing a lot?)

    https://www.bandlab.com/ptmconsultin...f-e42aacfb2594
    Day'um, you sure are a busy guy these days Bob.
    Really enjoyed Still Crazy, great rendition and Michelle's voice was perfect for it.
    What a fun enjoyable song Desert Winds is, very creative. Nice to hear you also doing original music.
    Great stuff! and in my imagination, Brian the hunter becomes the hunted! lol
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    Here's a tune inspired by the Twilight Zone episode, "A Stop at Willoughby". Not proggy, so apologies there. Just plain old rock 'n roll!



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    Good old rock and roll Joe. Your voice was made for that song. Love it. (che che che chichin)
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    ^^ Thanks, Bob! The che che's are supposed to evoke a train. La lah's didn't seem to do the trick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarplyrjvb View Post
    Here's a tune inspired by the Twilight Zone episode, "A Stop at Willoughby". Not proggy, so apologies there. Just plain old rock 'n roll!


    Excellent tuneage/songwriting/production Joe.
    The guitar reminds me of our wonderful guitar hero George Harrison with a bit of ol Clapton thrown in for good measure.
    And of course a whole lot of your own soul.
    Really well done..and the vocals are A++++
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    ^^ Thank you, Richard! i have a guitar that I've raised the action on to just use for slide. I was kind of going for Joe Walsh, but the other comparisons are very flattering! I've always thought George Harrison was a VERY underrated guitarist. I think his parts are mini songs in themselves.

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    The Joe Walsh comparison makes a lot of sense to me -- the tone has the same mixture of bite and expressiveness that his does. The solos almost have... like, a conversational quality? Where you're really following the process of a thought in a natural kind of way? I dunno if that makes sense.

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    ^^ Thanks for listening, Hans! I wish I could say that I was doing something as complicated as you say, but I just like the way Joe Walsh plays slide and I think I try to ape him a little bit!

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    Bob, the Teardrops tune with the sax is very beautiful. Great music for a romantic candlelight dinner! The sax player is really good and your piano playing is very emotive. The sound is great, too. Did you give the sax player the chord charts or did he just play by ear?

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    Fiz lives in Rome, while I'm in Florida. He plays by ear, but what an ear! You should hear some of the jazz he produces. Very talented guy on those wind instruments.
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    Not a release as such although I may finish and redo it and put it on a future bandcamp release Have not decided on next project direction yet. Its called "A new way"

    https://www.soundclick.com/music/son...ongID=14336416

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    I really like the dreamy quality to this song Clivey, and the wind instruments give it a nice organic feel.
    The voices add to the dream-like feel.
    Very nice, thanks for sharing it.
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    The opening sounds like it could be a Big Big Train song. You just have to sing about Hedgerows
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    Not a release as such although I may finish and redo it and put it on a future bandcamp release Have not decided on next project direction yet. Its called "A new way"

    https://www.soundclick.com/music/son...ongID=14336416
    Very nice. It reminded me on the music from German Band Icu.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkndgWbJ5qs

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