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#209647 - 10/25/03 04:00 PM "One World" cd done
trtjazz Offline
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Registered: 08/01/02
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For those who may have any interest, I have finished my latest. Here's the link if you'd like to drop by for a listen.

They are all short cuts about 1:30 of 6 minute tunes.

Thanks if you drop by and any feedback is welcomed.
http://imjazzed.homestead.com/currentwork.html
Terry

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#209648 - 10/25/03 05:00 PM Re: "One World" cd done
nardoni2002 Offline
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Registered: 08/12/02
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hi terry,i listened to majorca on media player,i must have a problem cause it took ages to load,anyway i liked it a lot ,i will listen to some more soon,the more i hear the tyros it makes me want one all the more,just have to save some cash,i think it would be a good idea for you also to make a music video at joe,s,mike

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#209649 - 10/25/03 05:13 PM Re: "One World" cd done
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Mike,
Thanks for the listen and words. Not sure why there is a problem with the d/l for you unless you are on dial up, then it could take a bit of time. I'm on DSL and when I click on a cut it starts to play immediately.

What sort of video are you referring to at Joe's....of what do you think I should make one of?
Terry

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#209650 - 10/26/03 01:59 AM Re: "One World" cd done
nardoni2002 Offline
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hi terry, this a recent idea and i was thinking of putting this up as main subject on this site,but was unsure as to what nigel would say,what do you think, anyway go to,psrtutorial,click on general discusion,click on music videos,pc hall (phil)has produced a video with instructions how to set it up,and read the comments,this is certainly the way to go for music demos ,education etc,it would be nice to be able to see all of you pros perfoming,just a thought ,you could also use this idea to promote more work to your clients ,mike

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#209651 - 10/26/03 02:08 AM Re: "One World" cd done
nardoni2002 Offline
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yes it was dial up ,its slow not only that but sometimes i get halfway through then cuts off and i have to start again,mind you this didnt happen yesterday,the video idea can be used to show how you play,make changes during the song,talk about how you set it up ,sing or whatever,if this takes off which i hope it does it will take music another step forward,mike

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#209652 - 10/26/03 11:59 AM Re: "One World" cd done
trtjazz Offline
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Mike
I'll have a look at it....if you think a 1:30 mp3 takes some time to d/l on dial up you haven't seen anything until you try to d/l a vid.

I did a vid tutorial on creating styles on the PA 80. Turned out to be 28mgs (about 6 minutes or so) was the smallest I could get it and it took FOREVER to d/l for anyone that wanted it.
Terry

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#209653 - 10/26/03 01:24 PM Re: "One World" cd done
nardoni2002 Offline
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Registered: 08/12/02
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Loc: malaga, spain
hi terry,this new idea of phils is different because as i understand it he doen,t use mp3,but uses windows movie maker in windows xp,WMV format, the load time is a bit longer but not much,he explains how he does it, mike

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#209654 - 10/26/03 03:58 PM Re: "One World" cd done
Bill E Offline
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Registered: 06/12/01
Posts: 223
Loc: nashville
Nice work, Terry. I tried to post a respone earlier but it must of got lost. Anyway, I like the around-the-world-concept and the inventive titles. "Jeruselem Jive" has very natural, realistic,drums. Thanks for sharing your music.
Bill

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#209655 - 10/26/03 05:44 PM Re: "One World" cd done
trtjazz Offline
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Registered: 08/01/02
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Bill
Thanks alot I appreciate the listen and words.

"Jerusalem Jive" I think is one of the more interesting pieces on the cd and uses alot of my toys in combination. It has the Motif, Tyros and Roland xv3080, Stick and guitar. to produce the different sounds.
Terry

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[This message has been edited by trtjazz (edited 10-26-2003).]
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#209656 - 10/26/03 06:46 PM Re: "One World" cd done
Tony W Offline
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Registered: 12/04/99
Posts: 836
Loc: Lancaster UK
Hi Terry,
Loved 'Jerusalem Jive' especially how the melody is kind of echoed by the flute which then dominates then slips to background again. Really cool.

Moscow at midnight I really really love. The piano is really smooth and light. I could listen to this one all night! (actually I have it on repeat on media player so I have been listening to it for quite a while )

Listening to 'One World' through the headphones is pretty good! That wonderful effect where it shoots from one ear to the other really fits well with the 'style' of the song. It is much too late to listen to it through the speakers at the mo (2.40am here) but I will tomorrow! It will be interesting to see if it sounds as 'etherel' through the speakers.

Tibetan Gold really reminds me of something and I can't put my finger on what it is....I don't mean a tune or song ....I mean an experience! I like it though.....very eastern promise Did you use specific asian instruments (real or sampled) for this track? The sound is very authentic and excellent imho.

Out of the four I have listened to so far my fave has to be 'Moscow at Midnight'. Kind of Cole Porter meets Alan Price who suggest they meet Terry Telson and all jam on in Red Square over ice cold Vodka and hot sweet tea!

As usual nice work Terry. Really enjoyed listening and will be back at your site for the rest tomorrow!
Tony

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