Musicor Album Discography, Part 2: November 27, These albums all had the black Musicor label.
Here are three very basic, but potentially very effective, suggestions: Sounds obvious, but you'd be surprised how easy it is, especially when confronting the complexities and demands of modern jazz, to get caught up in other things and lose awareness of your own sound When was it that you discovered your sound?
It's an ongoing, ever-unfolding process. In a sense, I believe that your sound is already there.
You don't need to go on some epic quest to "find" it. From the moment you start playing, you have your sound. Believe it or not like it or not! But, naturally, as you listen, work, experience, evolve in music and in lifeyour sound gets deeper, richer, more varied, more personal, more "yours.
There's always another layer. And that's a good thing. What kind of pedals did you use on Elastic? Specifically, what did you use to get that harmonizer effect? I have used a variety of devices to get the harmonizer affect.
It had a pitch shifter algorithm that I could program to produce a pitch an octave below the one I was playing, or two pitches — an octave and a fifth below, etc. It worked okay in the beginning, but I soon realized that the sound quality and tracking were pretty poor, so I switched to using a vintage Eventide H The Eventide sounded better, but it was pretty fragile and got banged up on the road.
After going through two of those units, and realizing that I really needed to travel lighter overweight charges were killing us!
It sounded good, the only disadvantage being that I could only produce one pitch shifted voice at a time so no more octave and fifths. I've discovered that, like most things in music, saxophone effects will always be a work in progress. I have to say that right now I'm really enjoying my break from the world of buttons, knobs, cables, pedals, LEDs, MIDI, instruction manuals and the like.
With acoustic performances, I can just focus on playing the saxophone again. That's hard enough in itself! While watching some old and new videos of you, I noticed that your posture has changed a lot. In the past, you tended to arch your back while playing a little bit like Joe Henderson.
Today your posture is more upright. Did you come by that change unconsciously or consciously, for example as a result of an aching neck? Do you think that a good coenesthesia has an impact on sound and playing?The Shoe-Horn Sonata pays tribute to these women who suffered from decisions made by the British, from the deeds of Japanese soldiers and from the inaction of successive Australian governments to acknowledge their contribution or situation.
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This is the third time I have taken a year 12 group to see a performance of Shoe-Horn Sonata and this one was by far the most superior. These albums all had the black Musicor label.
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