Greek Cat fight is cool. Solitude - evocative. Zin-ga-loh & Trane's Pain were both interesting - a great listen. I also think I see a Fazioli in your studio pictures. I have one of those [I don't deserve it, but I have one]. Great music.
Chris, thanks for all the points you gave on the discussion regarding how much to charge for musical work. You brought up a good number of things many of us don't think about early on. I should really save it out to a file for future reference.
Thanks for the compliment about "In Deena's World". I got Carlos Santana to listen to it (through his bass player at the time, Benny Reitveld) and thought he might have some interest in it. Benny said they jammed on it in the studio but alias I never heard anything back. Oh well. Phil Kelly's a new friend as well and I know you're working with him. Take care.
Chris, nice work. Some of the best stuff I've heard in a while. What sound libraries are you using? Sounds like you're combining synth with some live instruments... Sax obviously. Also, what reverb do you use?? Love it!
Hi Chris!!Sorry for this late reply! I got your comment a year ago, then this web site was closed in Chinese Internet just like Youtube/ facebook and twitter, but it can be signed in now! I hope you didn't forget me! :) I'm listening your music now! Your works make me comfortable, it's pretty attractive! Actually I'm a senior and a composing majoy in a conservatory, applying for American guaduate study. I expect your next work, keep in touch!
I wondered if I'd done something done (like not sign in!) or missed something obvious but I still can't see the usual box that let's you reply. Screen shot here - please delete when we work this one out 'cos the jpeg is quite big!
Hi Chris, the forum post about the Ning charge seems to have replies disabled I think, but great idea. I'm sure we can keep it going. Even if about a third of the current members chipped in only 1 dollar each, then at least the annual ning charge of 600 dollars (is that right? 50 dollars a month?) is easily covered.
Yeah - I think it was of the end perhaps. I rememeber teachers like Wayne Naus..:-)
great man..good teacher -fine trumpet player too...or Donny Nolan..etc..
Fine college ..but for us europeans ..and I came right from Mexico City at that time..my wife is from mexico very expensive..so far I hear.. there a lot of changes now.. but unfortunately not in tuition fee.
what you doing now ? where do you live these days..?
You got a #53k SBA? I have a #56k mk6 tenor, just a year or two newer. My BA is a #28k. I'd like to get a #245k Conn in goldplate to match my alto. I also have a #20k BA alto, but I usually play the Conn. Conn soprano and baritone too. The only Selmers I play regularly are the mk6 and BA tenor and mostly the BA.