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AL MASSEY aka ASCENZION @ SoundClick & other venues, is a World Class Musician. His Jazz/Other original music
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title: IN THE DARK
I was inspired to write this , Clark Gable is gorgeous....then,played the parts by hand on the keyboard and sa
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artist: Bub Roberts
J J Hucke custom built guitar into a BOSS GT8 then Laptop with Toontracks EZline JAZZ drums.
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artist: Glennbo
title: Why Not?
(Drums, Piano, Guitar - Glennbo) (Keyboards, Guitar Sounding Things, Smoking Solos - Polymod) (Fretless Warwic
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artist: Kevin Goss
title: Jeruvian
Cool jazz
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Composed by Fernando Freitez 1989 Live record in concert(Barquisimeto,Venezuela) group Pool Jam Session. Barqu
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artist: Dan Adler
title: Stella
Dan Adler (Guitar), Joe Kaplowitz (Organ), Philip Stewart (Drums). Live in NYC, 2005.
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Rooney Tunes
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Jazz General
"Michelle - buy here or @ rooneytunesmusic.com"
Rooney Tunes is a refreshing and sophisticated fusion of JazzRockPop. Enjoy!
Keith Mitchell
Jazz
Jazz Fusion
"Free The Spirits"
Spiritual Jazz
Ascenzion
Nocturnal Remix – Featuring Spinaceto: 1-25-13 A new jazz upload with one of my favorite’s guitarist. It was a wonderful experience to play with Spin once again. Thanks much Spin for your time, patience, and most importantly your talent. Al
drunkears
1mo Post: Un Saluto, a tutta questa comunita, anche se ho visto che di italiani ce ne sono pochi, e meno male. Scusate ragazzi, ma? in questo ultimo periodo, c'e' da vergognarsi ad essere italiani, visto che stiamo tornando al fascismo, e sinceramente dovremmo pentirci. Ci stiamo vendendo senza minimamente pensare a cosa ci stanno facendo, a cosa stiamo diventando, e a cosa andiamo incontro, viviamo senza il minimo rispetto per noi stessi e per la nostra storia...
Ascenzion
YOUR THOUGHTS: I discontinued using a hardware mixer a while back, Instead optioning for the virtual. I found that when I was using a control surface mixer, I tended to look at the control surface when I grabbed a fader or knob and then looked up at the monitor to check whether it is doing what I wanted it to do. The screen is controlling my mix, so to me it's faster to just go there with the mouse. It is also more efficient for me get an overall level for a track, and then to draw in volume automation when something jumps out or is too soft. It is just my process. Your thoughts?...
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