Evitative

July 4, 2014 at 7:11 pm 2 comments

This tune is a little different, and as such, I’m not actually sure how well it works. Maybe you can let me know.

I set out with some goals for it, which I met it terms of structure and content. Whether it is pleasant to hear I am not sure yet.

The style is jazzy/smooth jazzy – maybe a little bit new-age/ambient.

[audio http://home.comcast.net/~drahcir.nilknarf/music/fusion/evitative.mp3]

Entry filed under: bass guitar, Guitar, Jazz, jazz fusion, Music, Pro Tools, ProTools, Sibelius, Smooth Jazz, summer 2014.

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  • 1. zeekduff  |  July 4, 2014 at 9:25 pm

    I like it man, sort of the genre of Fourplay, The Rippingtons, the only place I was a bout uncomfortable was during the uptempo section where I wanted more “style” from the bass. It felt constrained to stay so simple, and I wanted to hear a Nathan East kind of improv, if you can dig it… Other than that, great tune man! And, as always, the playing & mix are spot on. Makes me want to start playing more again. 🙂 [I’ve been being lazy about playing for nearly a decade, now.]

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  • 2. ava  |  July 4, 2014 at 11:02 pm

    Lovely. In the uptempo section, I like the prominence of the percussion…….very relaxing……..

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