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Tags : | Samba | 8.60 MB

Description : This is a Latin style track featuring composer Franco Q. on guitar, vocals and lyrics. Scott Burkholder on drums, percussion, arrangement and mixing/mastering. Dan Rosati on tenor sax. Mario Glez on bass, and a good friend who we lost awhile back, Irlenn Da Salva on background vocals. In 5.1 surround. Hope you enjoy and download.

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  1. prizewell
    prizewell on Tue 19th Feb 2019 - 2 years ago

    Really enjoyed listening to this song. Everything about it was great. The real challenging part IMO is the mixing/mastering, that's where the song really comes alive. I've been making music for 10+ yrs, and I'm always learning something new. S/o to Scott, and your whole squad.. keep making good music

    Paz,
    prizewell

  2. midiman007
    midiman007 on Mon 6th Jun 2016 - 5 years ago

    Just what I needed on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
    Nice job guys..

  3. traz75
    traz75 on Sun 5th Jun 2016 - 5 years ago

    Nice work as always!
    It's really refreshful to find music like this on the site too among the tons of rap and co's...
    Regards, traz

  4. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sat 4th Jun 2016 - 5 years ago

    Wow...some really coll latin music for this evening's leisure listening. Loved this enjoyable smooth samba !
    Congrats to all musicians involved !:)

    All the best____Orlando

  5. monsterage
    monsterage on Fri 3rd Jun 2016 - 5 years ago

    ahh man the tropical islands is all about this music lol
    great stuff.

  6. theHumps
    theHumps on Fri 3rd Jun 2016 - 5 years ago

    Keep it coming folks!

    I am listening in 5.1 on a Sony surround system. I mirror my Macbook Air through Apple TV and the web is shown on my tv which is then hooked up to the Sony surround.

    I am getting some bass, most drums and singing through mostly the front center speaker. Getting some signal from my front speakers(l+r) but not all that much. Most of the sound coming from the front is centered. I use a sub woofer and that is booming the bass but I would rather hear the mid bass tones in my rear speakers than from the center channel.

    The guitar and sax lead sound good in the rear speakers along with the backing vox.

    Hand claps are centered in front as well, those would be nice spread wide. To me it seems a lot is front and center and the two front speakers need more in them. The vocals need a little room and maybe a bit louder, there is a lot going on in my center channel.

    Hope that helps, :)

    I could listen to Latin music all day, thanks!

    Wayne

    Musicante
    Reply by Musicante

    Hey Wayne,

    Thanks for your comments. I don't try to be too aggressive with the different speakers. I mix on a stereo system and when it sounds good through it, I listen to it over my SS system. Every system will be different depending on the levels of the individual speakers and room size. I know I have my rear speakers a bit louder since they are far from my fronts. I don't put anything on the sub channel, since your system pretty well takes care of that. It's fine for movies, but, IMO, it can be overkill using that channel for music, so I won't put the low end on the sub channel. I actually didn't put anything on the center channel. Your system is doing that. Sometimes if the vocal track isn't dominant enough, I will split that track between the center and the fronts.

    Whew... Didn't mean to be so long winded!

    Anyway, thanks again for your help.

    Ciao,
    M.

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