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Author:  MTGuru [ Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Splitting a track

Jleo Fipple wrote:

:-) Yes, nice to see they're still in business. But no, that's not my set. It's this:

http://forums.redflagdeals.com/cambridg ... ic-107529/

Vintage 2000 or so, and considered cheapies at the time; they sold for around $40 IIRC. By 2004 they were going for $10. Nowadays I'd probably have to pay you to take them. And I had to rewire the potentiometer, replace the regulated power supply, then find and solder broken traces on the circuit board. But yes, they sound decent. And I can switch in a pair of Bose 301's when I want, and use the satellites as a center channel.

Author:  Mikethebook [ Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:25 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Splitting a track

MT Thanks for kicking the tune off for me, though the sample you listened to was further into the track where the whistles had become clearer. Nevertheless your notation helped me see the pattern and I only realised I was doing it right when I compared the two (since it was difficult to know where yours started). Long way to go and it takes me probably ten times as long you to do it but this is it so far up to where your sample finishes:

X: 1
T: The Stream
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: reel
K: Dmaj
EF!wedge!F EF!wedge!F EF|zEFGFE!wedge!ED|DE!wedge!EDE!wedge!E DE |zDEF ED!wedge!D2|
DE!wedge!EDE!wedge!E DE- |EDEF EDBz|DE!wedge!EDE!wedge!E DE |!wedge!EDEF!slide!A3 B|
!slide!F2!wedge!FE ~F3E| ~F3G FE!wedge!ED|z2ED ~E3D| ~E3 FED!wedge!Dz|DE!wedge!E D~E3 D|
~E3 FED!wedge!Dz|DE!wedge!E D~E3 D |~E3F ABBA

Is it a reel . . . or what?

Author:  MTGuru [ Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:42 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Splitting a track

Oh no, you have an infestation of wedges! Once they get into your music, they're very hard to get rid of. (Yes, I know, you're just notating cuts.) :)

A reel - sure, why not. It's in reel time. But as a composed non-trad tune, what it's called is not too important.

Watch the spacing of your ABC, or you'll end up with note groupings that are hard(er) to read.

Author:  Mikethebook [ Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:49 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Splitting a track

Haha! Yes the wedges look terrible but the alternative {A/} looks so much worse in the music.

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