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Redfish / Tony Gee 1mo+16dy ago
I loved the Jim Keltner interview that Astronut posted. I watched another one which might be really interesting for some of you here. Click tracks .... for and against ..... very cool (listen at 21m:28s).


     

6 people like this: BergR, liljoe6string, Midipunk, offthewall, minime, Astronut

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minime   commented 1mo+16dy ago


Red - i have watch this two and one video with another guest and i will for sure watch more from this Video series for sure! I mean this people are all Top Players and the conversation is interesting and entertaining in a musical way ! Have you look what the Drum Doctor is doing so ? Very interesting too !

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Treid   commented 1mo+16dy ago


I wasn't feeling it until he confirmed what he was talking about at 2:29. after that 100% agree. "Hey Jim you forgot your sync tone..." Snare drum comes flying through the computer screen*

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liljoe6string   commented 1mo+16dy ago


i dont want to watch it... please tell me in a nutshell what he said about the pros and cons of clicks?????? *-*

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minime   commented 1mo+16dy ago


I can not do this but it is at 21.28 playtime Joey ! Maybe Red can do later or so ! Timothy - Yes this at 2.29 with the Neil Young Recording is a cool story. ! My friend " Clicky Click " has not watch the Video ! He is the man who makes this Click in front of my Projects and he is here in my little home studio a very important person ! In all the Years he has do all the cool kind of rhythmical one bar intros on all my Projects ! He can work at any Tempo and Time Signature and i am happy to have him here ! He is someone I can count on !

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Treid   commented 1mo+15dy ago


A lot of the old... Metronomes have no feel and if you play to a click your a robot at the start.. Then at 21:29 he realized ?ok I may have just fucked up a lot of people? So he went a little more in depth ?Thank God? and confirmed that he meant: if your goal is to be perfectly On the metronome live or in a live recording session and you don?t listen to the other instruments and what there doing then the track will suffer. Which is totally true. If your bass player is a RnB guy and is super laid back then you got lay back on that back beat too. Super obvious stuff but I am glad he confirmed himself OR he would have fueled the old ?I don?t practice with a metronome because it?s not human? bullshit...

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Wire-and-Wood   commented 1mo+15dy ago


I really enjoyed that. The guy is 100% himself. Great interview