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It has been hot and well I have been lazy so this piece is the result.

A Lazy Summer Afternoon - https://soundcloud.com/richrayer/lazy-summer-afternoon

Memo on style for this piece:

Style is _TRAMCAR.STY (Tram Car Thickened Mmms Stride)
PianoCustom Synth is Synth/Plugin Loaded
MelodyCustom Synth is Synth/Plugin Loaded

RealTracks in style: ~732:Bass, Acoustic, Jazz Ballad Sw 060
RealTracks in style: ~942:Piano, Acoustic, Solo-Accompaniment JazzStrideBallad Sw 060
RealTracks in style: 3278:Vocal Mmms, Rhythm RockNRollGospel12-8 4-part Sw 065
RealTracks in song: ~750:Sax, Tenor, Soloist Jazz Ballad Sw 060
RealDrums [in style:JazzOlder^3-a:Brushes , b:Sidestick, Ride


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Yes, it has been and IS hot!

Thanks for the chance to chill a bit.

Love that sax...

Enjoyed it!

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I am glad you enjoyed it and thank you for the comments.


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Well made song. I enjoyed my listen.


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Hey, Thanks for the comment. I appreciate it!


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Loved the mood--good work with the RT's and style!

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Well done, RichR.

I enjoyed listening!

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Thank you Tano Music. I really appreciate the comment.


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Thank you Will.


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This is just what I needed to chill out on this hot and humid day.

I loved the rhythm section you have going on in the background! The sax was great.

What was that initial lead instrument?

That last high lead I thought was a little harsh and loud for this song. That is only my opinion and others man not agree.

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MarioD,

Thanks for listening and I really appreciate the comments. The lead instrument is clarinet playing the melody. I opted to play the return of the bridge and chorus an octave higher. After hearing it for a couple of weeks now that was probably a bad decision. I wanted to play the lead melody on flute but my chops are not quite in shape for that right now. I will probably re-record the clarinet down an octave and leave it in the more mellow range of the clarinet.


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Not hot here in the Highlands of Scotland, but a very enjoyable recording nonetheless. Love the minor key first part

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Thank you Graham. I always like the interplay of minor to major and vice versa. I am glad you enjoyed it even if it is cool in the Scottish Highlands. Wish it was like that here! :-)


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