Tags : | Jazz | 8.27 MB

Description : High energy Jazz feel, with thanks to my muted trumpet friend and flute player.

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  1. Discipline
    Discipline on Sat 20th Apr 2019 - 3 years ago

    This I

    Despite the fact that this is still jazz, this feels quite different for you. Nicely done and I think great that you are showing a slightly different side.

  2. soundhound
    soundhound on Wed 15th Jul 2015 - 6 years ago

    Cool track sitting here with guitar in hand, I fell into a groove
    like it was all planed...
    Funny...How ideas just blow in on the wind, stay sharp and you
    can grab one that works...

    Solid piece of work, to bad no DL or I'd lock it down just on GP...

    I really like it...


  3. soundhound
    soundhound on Tue 14th Jul 2015 - 6 years ago

    Very Nicely Laid Out... Flavourful I must say in every way...

    The sidewalk patterned file, just tells me that everything is
    at the same level Volume wise, much of the dynamics are lost
    in that way, as well as instrumental play...

    Over all cool project...


  4. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Tue 14th Jul 2015 - 6 years ago

    Wow! The Flute work is truly amazing. They standout very nicely. Very cool Jazzy arrangement. I am grooving to it. Beautifully done!


  5. ScottB55
    ScottB55 on Fri 30th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Cool track. Enjoyed the trumpet and flute...Good job!


  6. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Tue 1st Apr 2014 - 8 years ago

    Yo. This did make me smile: "Evan the smooth guitar playing MACK MAN sometimes go crazy seeking volume insted of dynamics".

    The same goes for the STATIC MAN. I generally seek volume (unless it's real chill) but then have to go and pull everything down afterwards in the mix so that things don't get overloaded and become tiring for the listener. I don't do too much of mega widdling screaming lead guitar soloing rock but I'm working on an awesome track right now featuring just that.

    I've made the guitar huge and intense but have to be careful mixing it so that the bass and drums and other little synth flourishes don't get lost and overwhelmed. I can't lose my backing groove otherwise the lead guitar craziness won't sound as cool.

    It's just your drums that are the problem here - like you've not worked on them/it at all and just left that track sitting at the same (high) volume throughout the piece.

    Good luck with your new toys. I'm guessing various new software plugins?

    I shall bear with you.


  7. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 27th Mar 2014 - 8 years ago

    Your versatility is showing again Mack Man...like that steady funked beat with a bit of power and the way the bass line sets it off...super guitar stuff (I`ll learn to play that tasty jazz guitar in my next life...at present I just try not to have my fingers stumble over each other.. haha)...uplifting & very cool mix that bounces right along in head-nodding fashion...and thats something we could all use more of...the hard limiting pushes the volume on this one up but I think the pumping & power work o.k.with the instrumentation & overall vibe....enjoyed this one...great job...Ed

    Reply by mackit

    ED, first let me say you are one of the best all around guitar players on the Loop.You play with a lot of discpline, and that makes for some well thought out compositions. Thanks for stopping by and the humble comments. PEACE. THE MACK MAN OUT.

  8. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Thu 27th Mar 2014 - 8 years ago

    Yo. I've just written my reply to you about my most recent uploaded track and whether it's too loud and not mastered well enough.

    I have to say that my honest opinion about this one relates exactly to that topic: this does sound too loud and bright -especially those drums. The metallic highs are a bit too intrusive.

    Something different from you here. None of your intricate jazz guitar (unless it's very subtle). Ah no - 2:47 and here's your guitar. Had to come in eventually.

    I guess this is kind of acid jazz.

    Is that main lead the trumpet? Sounds a bit more like a violin. I'm confused.

    Lots of nice funky touches in this one and you can dance to it.

    2:27-2:29 bass fill particularly cool and we get to hear a different tone as it goes high.

    I think my main complaint is the monotony of the drums. They make it feel quite long and at that same level, it sort of gets a bit tiring. I'd like more drum variation - in what is being played and also level. Break it down a bit and build it back up. Could do with some programmed kits rather than just that loop.

    All the playing's great but I feel the track can be much better with more variation in intensity, really just through changing those drums.

    Feel free to disagree - that's just how I hear it and I've listened a couple of times.

    Reply by mackit

    Static, thank you for your honesty. This track is too hot for shore. Evan the smooth guitar playing MACK MAN sometimes go crazy seeking volume insted of dynamics, like I normaly would do. It,s more than likely going to take me couple moore weeks to get use to no internet connetion problems and an upgraded system. So bare with me Static, my brain is racing with all the new toys I have with this up grade. PEACE. THE MACK MAN OUT.

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