The Lady

Posted by: F.M.M.

The Lady - 10/27/13 08:31 PM

hi guys please excuse the long tail got to look in to this any way I did something like this a while back all midi using jabb and some instruments from sonar except guitar solo and created medley with biab https://soundcloud.com/f-m-m/the-lady-1-1 Style is GOODTIME.STY (Goodtime - Smooth Jazz - Groove)
DrumsCustom Synth is Synth/Plugin Loaded
Style MIDI Instruments are : Finger Electric Bass (34), Electric Piano (5), Jazz Electric Guitar (27), Strings (49),
RealTracks in song: 1232:Piano, Electric, Soloist SmoothJazzCool delay Sw16 075
MIDI Drums :1 Standard Drum Kit (1) jeff lober on keys thanks for listening and feedback eric
Posted by: floyd jane

Re: The Lady - 10/27/13 08:44 PM

eric,

I think it's cool that you are adding in other instruments - doing the midi thing.

This one seemed to wander... the e pianos don't seem to be able to find the groove.

Your guitar sounded great - not enough if it in this one. - floyd
Posted by: Guitarhacker

Re: The Lady - 10/28/13 07:48 AM

nice progression going on.

To eliminate the long tail get and use a wave editor. After you export the song open it in the editor and trim it.

This is the one I use: http://www.nch.com.au/wavepad/index.html

It is free.... after the trial period it offers the option to activate the demo version with limited function. Normalizing, converting to MP3, and trimming are part of the features that remain functional.

The song is cool and laid back, but some of the scales and riffs are not in the proper scale..... notes are not fitting in places.

You can fix that with a few options depending....

1. be sure the key matches the chords you are using.
2. render several tracks, not just one, for that given instrument and use creative editing.
3. use melodyne to fix those notes

my 2 cents

Posted by: boehm

Re: The Lady - 10/28/13 01:07 PM

Hi Eric,

laid back and relaxing tune.
Would have wished some more of your guitar.

Guenter
Posted by: PgFantastic

Re: The Lady - 10/28/13 01:12 PM

Very well orchestrated tune, thanks for sharing!



My Music
Posted by: Steve Young

Re: The Lady - 10/28/13 02:22 PM

Hi Eric,

Nice sound, as always. I do agree with pretty much all that has been suggested. Would like to hear more of your guitar.

Steve
Posted by: Scott C

Re: The Lady - 10/30/13 06:07 PM

Very enjoyable listen. Nice guitar work...
Posted by: Janice & Bud

Re: The Lady - 10/30/13 06:12 PM

More guitar chops!! More guitar chops!! Showcase that fine playing.......
Posted by: bluage

Re: The Lady - 10/31/13 01:04 AM

Hello, "F.M.M."...

Does the "F.M.M." stand for "Feel My Music?" In that case, "The Lady" in your composition sounds like someone that a guy could have a l-o-n-g, pleasurable conversation with in a noisy nightclub, though he'd have to do a lot of listening to keep her interested, 'cuz she definitely seems to be a sophisticated lady!

The song manages to be funky and mellow at the same time, and since the equation (funky) + (mellow) = sexy, that means you're gonna have to drop that conversation with the quickness, partner,'cuz it looks to me like she wants to dance with you...

[i/]bluage[/i]
Posted by: dani48

Re: The Lady - 10/31/13 05:25 PM

Hi, Eric !


I like your music and this
tune is no exception (being
the lover of funky music,that
I am) !!!:))

Cheers
Dani
Posted by: F.M.M.

Re: The Lady - 11/03/13 05:06 PM

hi thanks for the kind words and feed back to all eric
Posted by: Noel96

Re: The Lady - 11/04/13 02:45 AM

Hi Eric,

Very laid back, very enjoyable! I found this sound an interesting mix of Realtracks and midi. The 12/8 drum beat against the SW 16 piano had a creative and inventive cross-over feel to me that was reminiscent of the 70s cross-over jazz styles.

I liked it.

Keep on experimenting! I'm grateful for the musical ideas you give me smile

All the best,
Noel