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I recently bought the Apogee Ensemble and have the Rosetta, and eyeing an SSL X-Desk and Avid Control. Comes with a flight case for Control 24. 646-420-2146
Am wanting musicians to form The Police Tribute Band called Triumph. We play the Police,some Jimi Hendrix and some John Mclaughlin and Weather Report. Money is not the object but that is ok too. If we play it they will come.
I have managed to compose over 300 complex compositions in the meantime. My goal is to hire or form a group and orchestra to record to and play the some 150 or more charts I have and the 150 demos I have recorded since 1975.
I bought an Eventide Eclipse but would pay for someone who could help dial in what I want to hear. 646-420-2146 Mike
This is from aural memory, part of this I never did, but my hand is recovering from two cysts in the palm that numbed/crippled half my hand for two months and until recently no numbness, 5 months numb. Getting speed back.
My artist friend James Hahn used to ask this but today it is not a joke. My engineering skills are now zilch so I will spend the $10,000 to hire Ken Wallace who engineers for Mike Stern and others to get a first rate CD produced with A list session men and see where the dice fall. After taxes this year I this may be my only tangible asset in the long run.
After my BA in classical guitar I had two years of carpel tunnel, then I move to NYC and for over two year did not play either because I had no guitar. Then when I did and the place to play, my hand developed cysts so for 5 months no playing. In essence a long dry period. I knew what I was up against and I was daunted. But buying a Ramirez 2E and a few days of real practice I can see light at the end of the tunnel. I will be better than before with more discipline and knowledge. It took faith to build my studio with the uncertainty of ever playing again meaningfully because the doctors only knew surgery or cortisone shots which ruins tendons in people like me, a guitarist.
Honing my Pro Tools skills and getting my hand together and timing.
Written in 2003 I was looking for a bassist to play this but no one could be found, I had a drummer who studied with Tom Knight but I wanted a group and then add a melody or maybe a violin as there were a few who could play this in the Augusta symphony.
In November I lost function of my left hand and recently I have gain to where I can play a little classically on the electric. These first two tunes were done at 85% or about. The third one is much more demanding and day by day I get better with a little numbness in my playing hand still.