Tags : | Jazz | 10.87 MB | Ableton Live

Description : Finished! 10/15/2023. Jazz/Fusion! The ol skool way. Let me know if you like it. Enjoy.


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  1. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Thu 19th Oct 2023 - 1 month ago

    Hi Mark
    Mate this is one special piece right from the get-go, not listen much Jazz but totally loving the groove you have rocking in this piece, not my genre but nothing sticks out to me...Favd...Peace n Respect mosaic

    Reply by kingmt77

    Mosaic, welcome to the jazz caf. It's good having you aboard. It's also a huge compliment that jazz may not be your favorite genre, and this piece caught your ears to the degree you faved it. Thank you for the time spent and comments you've shared. Peace and respect to you as well.


  2. 2Sisters
    2Sisters on Wed 18th Oct 2023 - 1 month ago

    I have you to thank!

    Stay healthy


    Reply by kingmt77

    Manuela U R always welcome. Stay safe.


  3. Micky
    Micky on Wed 18th Oct 2023 - 1 month ago

    Hello Mark, It's unbelievable what happens in this track. To me it sounds like there are a lot of ace musicians standing on a huge stage, constantly taking turns to a beat that keeps the tension over this incredibly long stretch, and even does new pirouettes again and again. You keep the listener entertained and can always surprise. Nice track where everything sounds great!

    Reply by kingmt77

    Micky. From one musician to another, this stop, listen, and feedback is extremely valuable. How this track affected you is point for point exactly what I labored to convey. Its good to know you enjoyed what you heard. You be and stay safe.


  4. 2Sisters
    2Sisters on Tue 17th Oct 2023 - 1 month ago

    Hi Mark, of course I'll stay until the next round. You know, I'm always near you *smile

    Reply by kingmt77

    Manuela, YOU BETTER BE:) I really enjoyed your latest track with the team. I'm grateful for the fave you left on this track. Peace.


  5. 2Sisters
    2Sisters on Mon 16th Oct 2023 - 1 month ago

    Hi Mark, what should I say? There is nothing left for me to say. Amazing sound, great composition. I don't think it could get any better than that.
    At the same time I also wanted to compliment you on the very good cooperation with BaoBou.

    Kind regards, Manuela

    Reply by kingmt77

    Manuela:) Greetings and salutations. Thank you for your highly respected stamp of approval. Here my aim was to weave an interesting texture of sounds. Some edgy, some rhythmic and some melodic. I'm most pleased you found what you heard to be "Amazing". BaoBou is a complete joy to know and colab with. We're still in process with that track. But you're mentioning the track is heartwarming. You stay safe till the next round.


  6. Angelusyeux777SC
    Angelusyeux777SC on Mon 16th Oct 2023 - 1 month ago

    lol...you crack me up, it all turned out lovely! mark (Not blowing my own trumpet) but it always does :P I hum sometimes when cooking if a song pops into my head but every thing is done with love & to perfection.

    Have a wonderful week ahead & stay safe my friend.

    Reply by kingmt77

    Angelus:) Alright! Duly noted LOL. Also, I hear you flexing on "HOLLOW". Yep, you are keeping 'em coming and fresh. DON'T STOP, You have a safe and productive week as well, my friend.


  7. Angelusyeux777SC
    Angelusyeux777SC on Sun 15th Oct 2023 - 1 month ago

    Hola again Mark,

    well now I hear the horns are sitting pretty in their rightful place and loud n clear, this track is finessed to the nth degree and hitting my little ears just right! on this chilled-out lovely Sunday of mine. I have to agree with Rob, this has such a live! vibe & feel to it, just unreal how you work your magic! & produce these little gems, yessir! food for the soul indeed...speaking of food I'll be cooking Sunday dinner as usual which I'm always being told is the best! well this track is tasty as they come. Keep up the wonderful! work! :)

    Reply by kingmt77

    Welcome back, Angelus:) I greatly appreciate you taking the time out, swinging back through, and sharing your observations on the progress of this track. It's good you found every thing in order. Now, a couple of questions for you. Do you by any chance you sing while you cook? Did you make dessert? Was it ANGEL FOOD CAKE? LOL:). Ok, I'm done having fun with ya! One thing for sure, your family is very, very fortunate. May you and your family be continually blessed beyond measure. Till the next round, my good friend.


  8. Jynxz
    Jynxz on Wed 11th Oct 2023 - 1 month ago

    Hey Mark,
    It's amazing how you
    can take the same samples
    that I use and make them sound
    Like real music. That Rhodes sample
    @ 1:38-2:02 sounds like a whole nuther
    Rhodes when you used it here compared to
    when I used it.
    I love this track. As usual it sounds to
    me like a studio recording by the latest Jazz
    Fusion group.
    Great track. Faved(of course)..
    PEACE from the East...

    Reply by kingmt77

    Rob! What's good, my boy? You know how it goes with those loops. You gotta put that custom touch on them. Yep slice, dice, dissect, slap em up flip em and rub em down LOL!. Thank you much for taking out the time to give yet another track the once over and fave it. I'm most happy that this is hitting just where it should. Peace.


  9. bringerofDOOM
    bringerofDOOM on Tue 10th Oct 2023 - 1 month ago

    Excellent; have to listen to more than once. Nice dissonant choices. It's great how much melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic complexity you squeeze out of 4/4.


    Reply by kingmt77

    Whats cracking bringer? Thanks for sharing your impressions and fave on what Ive concocted here. This one is a milestone personally in that finally my sax game has been upped. Now I can play those parts on keys the way I like and sound analog and natural. On time signatures Ive got a piece Im working on in 7/8 with some changes to 5/4 and back. But for 4/4 youre correct.. I love to extract everything I can! TTYL.


  10. RuslanG
    RuslanG on Mon 9th Oct 2023 - 2 months ago

    Nice work Mark! Well done!

    Reply by kingmt77

    Ruslan welcome back. Thanks for the stop and kind reaction. Its great you enjoyed the listen. Be safe.


  11. BaoBou
    BaoBou on Mon 9th Oct 2023 - 2 months ago

    Yeah man, back in business, annoying as always, creating loads of new shit and forgetting about the old projects with wonderful people who invested time in working with me, as per ;)


    Reply by kingmt77

    BaoBou I hear you. Well just keep it pushing 4sure.


  12. BaoBou
    BaoBou on Mon 9th Oct 2023 - 2 months ago

    Love it, but the mix is maybe a tad compressed? It sounds in some places on the edge of distorted in my cheapo headphones - that could be on me or on them of course. Eg around 0:32?
    Otherwise it's lovely and near perfect as always!

    Reply by kingmt77

    BaoBou! Thanks much for the stop and feedback. On the subject of headphones, I'm using two different types. One that's closed back with a flat 20 hz to 20k hz for mixing. The second I use for proofing and mastering that has a range of 16hz to 40k hz. I've learned the specs were a great help for me as I mix and master exclusively over headphones. I'm not hearing overcompression, but I'm trying an adjustment to open the sound up a bit. I'm glad what you've heard was good so far. Also, it's good you feel better from being under the weather. Stay safe buddy. Peace.


  13. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 8th Oct 2023 - 2 months ago

    I love the Chorus-phaser effect on the saxophone. The mix has a gritty in-your-face feel, really emphasizing the drums, and then that slap bass was awesome. Nice overall tune brother.

    Reply by kingmt77

    Steven! Hello my friend. Im glad for the check in and commentary on this track. Ive been playing around with phasing on the individual tracks and the master buss too. The sax I played on keys thru Kontakt 7 and that chorus effect is actually a tape emulation from Waves called Abbey Road Reel ADT. That alone is a game changer for thickafying my saxes. Thanks for the sharing which elements popped. Be safe.


  14. 2Sisters
    2Sisters on Sat 7th Oct 2023 - 2 months ago

    Hello Mark, maybe we should meet up somewhere sometime to clean together*LOL

    Reply by kingmt77

    Haha Manuela! Now thats a plan. As a matter of fact lets go hazmat LOL! Thanks for bringing the funny!


  15. dimestop
    dimestop on Fri 6th Oct 2023 - 2 months ago

    nice to see you about Mark great work already that you will improve on no doubt, great spacial awareness with the instruments all having a unique place the drum track is sic bro.
    how it also comes across to me like a freestyle session with the boys just smashing it and giving each other their space, top work as always, its been missed

    Reply by kingmt77

    Ok Paul! Thank you kindly for stopping by and sharing your thoughts on this track. The all out jam keeps me free from creative constipation! Lol! Ive got so many projects in the works. Anyway its back to work for now and I will definitely touch bases with you. Peace


  16. 2Sisters
    2Sisters on Fri 6th Oct 2023 - 2 months ago

    Hello Mark, where have you been all this time? I missed your unique sound here. *Smile
    Just the beginning of this song is great! Once again, I really like the division of instruments with the already brilliant mix. It's back again, the feeling like you're in the concert hall and enjoying the band live!
    But I have the feeling that a noticeable scratch creeps in from 3:49 onwards. Maybe an incorrectly configured effect?
    I know it isn't the final version yet. But like I said, it's already extremely good.
    Best regards and have a nice weekend


    Reply by kingmt77

    Manuela Hi:). Its great hearing from you as well. Its big that this one you found fat with with that live ambience we love so much. The noise you picked up on was the equivalent of me throwing a shovel of dirt on the Rhodes to get that gritty and abrasive swag. So ok I wiped a little off but not much. A little dirtyness is good sometimes you know LOL! I treasure your feedback as always. You have great weekend as well.


  17. Angelusyeux777SC
    Angelusyeux777SC on Sat 23rd Sep 2023 - 2 months ago

    Btw, I know you're going to be finessing this already neat jazzy-Gem :) Nod of approval is a heart (Fave) from me.

    Reply by kingmt77

    Angelus! Right, I will be a tweaking around a little for this one. Your nod of approval is received humbly and graciously. Thanks for your support as always.


  18. Angelusyeux777SC
    Angelusyeux777SC on Sat 23rd Sep 2023 - 2 months ago

    Hello Mark,

    Oooweee! that old-school flavor is hitting my ears just right! love the drums/cymbals, damn! every thing about this track so far is a plethora of sweet! joy!...at around 2:11, 2:51 that horn type instrument sounds a little distant/in the background but the melody/groove of this jazz/fusion is well put together indeed, such an uplifting and vibrant track, this definitely has the power! to put a spring in my step and swing in my hips. Very flavorful! NICE!! Work & much enjoyed by me dear friend.


    Reply by kingmt77

    Angelus:)! It's always good hearing from you. Thanks for always bringing the sunshine, comradery, and exceptional talent. For example, "Bone China". That listen was a great one for me. Yep, the passion that is inherent between you two is remarkable and translated wonderfully. Keep up the awesome work. I appreciate the feedback you gave for this track. On the distant sax, originally I put him front and center. But then that section became too dense. So I pushed him back and made his room larger than the rest of the band. Maybe on the next round, I'll move him up a few feet. Drums? Cymbals? You know the business, LOL:)! I'm glad you really enjoyed what you heard. Be and stay safe.


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