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Drummer with tuned percussion (midi) seeks guitar player. Seeking beginning collaborative musical experimentation with the focus on developing a set of original dynamic music and/or original interpretations of covers appropriate to jazz festivals or original recording. Looking for the right combination of beautiful sounds and patience as things may not start out so beautiful sounding. Try me at "telemed010" at the popular g-mail DOT com service.
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- Member since:
- Jan 10 2020
- Active within 1 week
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- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
Taking way too many lessons and needing to unlearn a lot of stuff to become a musician.
classic rock and everything else rock, jazz, and latin.
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I'm proficient in a bunch of equipment. I'm kinda geeky about wires and signal routing and can answer most questions related to electronic music and the machinery that makes it. I expect that this creative venture may result in triggered sequences but, for now, all my playing is real-time (no backing/loop tracks being triggered and together we can work if/what/when sequences are triggered).
Normally I would think what kind of equipment I use is largely irrelevant. Tama drums or Pearl drums, 2 toms or 10? No big difference really. However, I am playing a very odd drum-set worthy of mentioning. The drum-set includes a 3-octave midi controller that permits melodic and percussive parts to share a rhythmic base. So the drumparts follow melodic structure. That's why patience is needed, a drummer following melodic structure.... I've included a video of a midi-controller using a xylophone; while this is not the instrument I normally play, it has the same versatility.