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one of the things I've noticed while working on the horn is: that as a keyboard player and guitarist my playing has been more visual rather than mental. What I mean is that in the past playing keys or guitar I've relied more on looking at the keys or frets. I've not had to think about the note I play or the several that come after, it's become automatic and play in patterns. As I play the horn, I have to think about the embouchure,pitch,fingering (reading notes) and interpretation. I'm actually using my brain a lot more along with my ears. This might be because I'm still getting myself familiarized with the flugelhorn and need to think so much.
Quite a change: Who knew that quitting playing would cause havoc to my system. Apparently music was keeping me from going bonkers. Recent events with a family member's illness has caused my stress levels get so high that my own system began to suffer.
It got so bad that my hearing would go in and out and then out for some time. It wasn't until I started doing some stress management where my hearing would come back, but it's still in and out during the course of the day. It is however getting better as I pick up the old guitar and rip our a few wild solos to a jam track I created. I played drums, bass and ...
One More For the Road: The tune is finally done and uploaded to my Aksess page. It was a lot of work not only on my behalf but on the musicians as well. Pete does a superb job on the tenor sax, both on his solos and the duplicated melody parts. A big thanks goes out to Krystal and Sarah who have been so gracious to help in creating the sound. Good luck on your tour ladies!