Chris, these are so sweet! Now, I have to learn how I can insert them into things...Another lesson with the master will be in order. I'm getting my head above water. We have an event coming up here in our little hole in the wall (Twisp, WA): Musicians of the Methow. I am the events coordinator and have to ensure that sound man is hired, lighting technician is booked, venue is secured, publicity is out on time, door hosts engaged, performers lined up, radio ad spot prepared, website updated.... Our poor little organization may run out of funds in April, so I'll probably be unemployed by then. I'll have so much time to study then! Except that our butcher would like Rob and me to supply him with some of our preparations, like gravlax, home-cured ham, pâtés. Still, that will mean more work on my feet and less at the computer.
Anyhow, Chris, those loops and licks are so neat. Gudrun At 04:56 PM 1/4/2010, you wrote:
Ok here is the updated file same link www.affordablestudioservices.com/sweetbox.rar At 06:34 PM 1/4/2010, you wrote:Your very welcome. These have been looped but not acidized yet. I've got a bunch more I did so look for an update. At 04:38 AM 1/4/2010, you wrote:hay friend really appreciate it. best Roy. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris Belle" <cb1963@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: "realmusicians-freelists.org" <realmusicians@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 8:32 AM Subject: [realmusicians] goodies for the special folks hereWell, everybody knows we can never have enough tools. 'grin'.After all the Christmas pigging out on goodies and such, I finally roused myself from my gluttenous stupor and picked up my box and recorded some guitar riffs and made some production loops. These are simple bread and butter riffs from my old beat up box detuned to e flat, and tracked at 24 bit with no processing, and the audix i5 mic. Only a slight roll-off on the low end applied but no comp and verb or anything, these are for dropping in to projects and such for you guys who don't play guitar.Hope you enjoy them and they help you out. Here's the url. www.affordablestudioservices.com/sweetbox.rar
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