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Ya made me jump! Great track, Andrew, easy to hear the fun you had makin' it. Missing the lyrics...do you have 'em?
You never cease ti amaze Andrew with your unique style and imagination for lyrics. Good bass line going on and agree with Rich about the happy Caribbean part which incidentally is my favourite...L
Many different elements in this tune. Yeah of course it's gonna sound like 80's and 90's stuff because of that old Roland but the chorus sounds Caribbeanish in some odd way. I like the unexpected chirps of sound bites you throw in there too. I want what you're having.
Another cool, unique song from you. It has that kind of 80's song feel to it. It still sounds good even if its nearly 20 years old. The Roland sounds great.
I have been recording since the late 1980's, really starting for me when I bought a Tascam "Porta-One" 4-track deck in 1988. Sinse then I recorded onto 4-track reel to reel, and often used an old Atari ST computer, running Cabase (0.1) to make backing tracks for various songs and ideas.
It wasn't until about 1998, when my father bought a "Bondi-Blue" iMac, that I first began to record, directly to hard disc, and in some ways I do prefer the sound of an all analog set up, but things move on, and I feel overall that this is a better way for editing and also creatively!
Musically I am basically experimental in my approach, I start each new thing as fresh, and many times I don't finish what I started, so I've got many tracks unfinished, I see this as part of the process, because I often come back to these "fragments" later!
At the moment I am using an iMac (27 Inch) and its has been really great, but I have been recording using the Tracktion 7 DAW, which has been ok, still some bugs with it though, overall it has been a slow learning curve, and I am learning with each new recording!