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At 18:16 on October 29, 2008, Damian said…
I love 'Pressure Cooker'
At 2:02 on March 1, 2008, Jake McCoy said…
LOL!!!!!!!!
At 23:15 on February 29, 2008, Walter said…
Jake,
Tara breathed a sigh of relief.
Walter . . .
At 17:25 on February 29, 2008, Walter said…
Jake,
Your comprehensive answer to my ‘recording’ question blows me away somewhat. Albeit, I am not too surprised to learn that you are heavily into the recording process. As a neophyte in this genre I can only nod in wonderment and hope that I too will get to this level of sophistication at some point. Meanwhile, back to the Korg manual! Re. move to Canada . . . that’s a question not without its history best answered over a pint or two of Guinness when we both have time to sit and philosophise.
Walter . . .
At 17:24 on February 29, 2008, Walter said…
Jake,
Thank you for your kind comments re. my kids. No, we don’t play out live together. Actually, my son is a very accomplished classical pianist (I’m the rock & roll guy). He plays the penny whistle more for fun. My daughter honestly admits to ‘not been able to carry a tune in a bucket’. Playing music is not her thing. She will, however, enjoy your Valerie Bertinelli comparison (I think). Thanks!
Walter . . .
At 0:58 on February 28, 2008, Walter said…
Jake,
I was wondering what software/equipment you use to record/mix your current arrangements. I tried versions of Band-In-A-Box and Power Tracks ProAudio. When I tried to record a vocal track on BIAB over an MP3 track . . . lost all sound output. Re-installed the software, assigned all the correct drivers etc. but never did resolve the sound out issue. I am running Windows Vista Premium. Recently bought a Korg D4 four track (8 virtual tracks) recording unit. Still working on the instruction manual. Need a tutorial on the ‘art of sound recording’, particularly at the mixing down stage. Any suggestions? I would be interested to hear about your set-up.
Walter . . .
At 3:26 on February 27, 2008, Anomaly said…
Well, hello from Boston!!
Not sure how much help I can offer, but sure!!

Good luck!!
At 16:43 on February 25, 2008, Walter said…
Jake,
The pleasure is mine . . . thanks for inviting me as a friend.
Walter . . .
At 1:22 on February 25, 2008, Walter said…
Jake,
‘Pressure Cooker’ absolutely fantastic! Quite a resume also. Love the fact that you played with Chuck Berry . . . one of the ‘Greats’. Look forward to hearing more of your arrangements.
Walter . . .
At 1:02 on February 25, 2008, Robert Brady said…
The second one is amazing! Nice work my friend!
At 0:49 on February 25, 2008, Robert Brady said…
Awesome song Jake! You're pretty amazing on the keyboards! Keep em coming man.
At 2:40 on February 23, 2008, Robert Brady said…
Fáilte a cara!
Nice to have you join LiveIreland and join the musicians group. I would probably be the least accomplished musician in the group! LOL But It's nice to hang with folks who love to play!

Slán

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