Still playing with the Nintendo Korg

:smiley:

With a hat tip to JDET, and prepared for sarcasm, here’s “Another Song in C for a Precious Girl”:

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=901783

:D

That unit has turned into quite a great match for your writing style. Great!

i must say, i figured out the bass line pretty quickly, especially having a heads-up on the key.

i also just played ‘club de wash’, by the way, which is fun and groovy to play along with and not in C.

Quote: (Poppa Willis @ Mar. 09 2009, 1:55 PM)

That unit has turned into quite a great match for your writing style. Great!

Uh - that's frightening! Even calling it a "unit" is frightening! It's a toy! :D

Heh - JDET - the song's original working lyric was "another song in C for my good friend John Doe's Evil Twin." Just so you know.
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Uh - that's frightening! Even calling it a "unit" is frightening! It's a toy!


And sounds great too!

That’s pretty cool Tom.

‘When the weather gets better I’ll try to write another song’…?

Does the weather change every 5 minutes where you are then? :laugh:

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Yes, Craig. two days ago it’s nearly 50 F, then the next day we had ice, and then this afternoon sunny, then tonight wet snow, then tomorrow warm, then the next day way below freezing. I blame the Canadians. It’s Bill’s fault. :laugh:

Pretty good 'toy’Tom. This is nice stuff, but I love the last part of the song, great sound.

Toy? I want one :)

Toy? Well if I could write tunes like that with a toy, then call me the boy who never grew up (uh, was that someone named Peter?)
Catchy pop tune here. love it!
Hate the drum and bass thingy! :laugh:
Hmmm, hear a little David Gilmourish guitar work in there?

I was aiming for Rochereau - his guitarist, actually - Dr Nico Kasanda…

Hypnotic, in a happy kinda way. I’m gonna have to try your approach to writing one of these days. Probably have to drink a couple of beers first… :laugh: