*Bnnwooo* (That opening, just *bravo*)
Pretty good, I like it. But in the sense of kind of 'video game style loop' (yes I am aware it is not a video game song ~_o) it doesn't really loop because of the cut at the end, I mean the kind of 'snowy' sounds do loop amazingly but...meh...other than that it's great! (A bit disappointed that it didn't loop the way I thought it would how ever <;], but what can you do other than listen to that awesome trombone?)
Yeah, the track isn't intended to loop. Lol, I dunno why I checked the loop box, haha. I'll uncheck that now. :P
Oh gods, this sounds like something straight out of one of Sidney Bichet's 1930 Albums, full of improvised jumble and whatnot. Especially love that (pseudo?)-half cadence at the end with the kazoo.
There are a couple of latency issues with your trombone playing and the track, but it's barely noticeable, just nit-picking. Now it's time to study moar jazz sam!
Bleh. Get out. :P
Actually the latency stuff was kinda my fault. The piano part starts right off and I couldn't quite get enough time to prep for the flutter-tongue gliss of evilness so I had to bump everything over and record the trombone track with a lead-in. it probably didn't line up fully. Plus it was 2 AM.
I'm surprised no one has gone crazy about how it ends on the IV chord. :D
Very great Sam, very clever haha :P
What, did you find the cowbe-, I mean uh, Kazoo? ;)
Haha yeah ..this is fun.
I’m picturing someone on their porch whistling away on their rocker along to their favorite tune being played on a phonograph.
If I could spend my life doing that, I would be so happy.
Fun to listen to! You have captured the 20ties flair quite well :D Keep on the jazz!
Thanks Chris! I'm really getting into this... maybe I can find some other people and jam! :D
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.