I've found that once you record notes, they won't change even if you change the patch or the key afterwards. You can leverage this to record/overdub octave bass or borrow a seventh chord for example. I created a loop of New Order's Perfect kiss using this idea. Sharing..
I can only imagine. As long as you enjoy it, I enjoy the result.
Maybe The Model, Showroom Dummies, Airwaves or Antenna have more luck ;-)
That's very kind of you. I'm not in a hurry. To make the choice even more challenging:
- Hey There Little Insect by Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers
- Black Light by Material
- (I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea by Elvis Costello
- Country Boy by Tyra B
- Take Five by Dave Brubeck
Take Five is a great challenge but we haven't figured out how to change the time signature yet. :)
I'm pretty lazy. And that's why I tell myself that it's good not to know some things. Things that sometimes take away the magic of something beautiful. Example: Since I know what modulation is, I often experience it as a trick.
Nevertheless, I googled "time signature". That went well :-). I already knew Take Five has a less common rhythm - 5/4-, just like Golden Brown by The Stranglers.
Then Path Of The Blazing Sarong by Bill Ravi Harris & The Prophets must be extra challenging. That sounds like an extra weird rhythm. And - maybe because of that - the tune never bores me. I may be wrong but it reminds me a bit of Black Light by Material.
@BJG145. Is that you playing Take 5 on that crazy instrument!?! Amazing!!!! You are quite the musician!
Thank you very much!
"Its also fun to play on the Lead voice using just pads 1 with 7-8-6." It is magic to my ears! :-)
This is gorgeous. Thank you very much! :-)
I don't want to sound too eager, but I'm looking forward to your Editor!
That is beautiful. May I make a request? Louise by The Human League ...