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My Other Love

 

 

Drums recorded at Fenix Recording

Guitars, bass and keyboards recorded at Music Dreamland studio

Mixed at Fenix Recording

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Mr D and Mr L
Instruments: Guitar: Collings I-35LC recorded direct using the Kemper Profiling Amplifier with the TS-1 Crunch EV12+ profile.
Other instruments:
Bass found in ProTools
Native Instruments NY Grand.
U-He Zebra Pad
Spectrasonics Omnisphere Strings
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: This tune was inspired by inspiration sources from a long time ago like Larry Carlton and Lee Ritenour but also from the present time like Chuck D'Aloia, Scott Lerner, Les Thomas and Stephan Lipinski. I'm very grateful to these present day players for the inspiration and for their encouragement.
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My New Ride
Instruments: Guitars: Edwards SA-118 (335 clone) recorded direct through a Boss GS-10 with an Ethos for that dynamic overdrive.
Other Instruments:
Rhodes: AAS Lounge Lizard
Synth bass: u-he Zebra2
Poly keys: Superwave P8
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: I was trying out some freeware VSTi soft synths and had a blast with the Superwave P8 and came up with the keyboard backing part. The rest came from there. And I always knew I wanted the Edwards + Ethos on it. Love that pedal!
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Mr Other Love
Instruments: Guitars: Arne Arvidsson Strat style guitar through a Van Weldeen Gainland.
Other instruments: Native Instruments Kontakt 5, FM-8
U-he Zebra 2
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: Here is a tune that, in my mind lovingly cares for what was good in the 80's and fuses this with what's good about today's music and the production tools we have at hand. A slow ballad with loads of clean guitar, effects in the backing. Different OD levels for the leads and a number of evolving rhythm elements to keep things moving. If I may say so myself, I really like this tune.
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Elegant Evening
Instruments: Guitar: Edwards SA-118 through a T-Rex Möller recorded direct through a Boss GS-10
Bass: Sandberg Bullet Special rerded direct and processed with NI GuitarRig 3
Native Instruments Elektrik Piano, Pro-53, Absynth 4 and FM8
AAS Lounge Lizard
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: When wrote this tune I was listening a lot to a variety of guitar players like Norman Brown, Larry Carlton, George Benson and Lee Ritenour. So I wanted to explore some clean sounding smooth jazz and this is the result.
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Forest Funk
Instruments: Clean guitars: Tyler SE HD with T-Rex Squeezer recorded direct with a Boss GS-10.
Lead guitar: Tyler SE HD recorded direct with an Axe-Fx Ultra.
Sandberg Bullet Special with a T-Rex Squeezer processed with Guitar Rig 3
All other instruments: Native Instruments Kontakt 3.
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: I was asked to review the T-Rex Squeezer for the Swedish guitar magazine FUZZ. I soon realized that not only was it excellent for bass but also worked very well for guitar. So I felt the need to write some music that used the T-Rex in ways I thought appropriate. So this is FUNKY!
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More Than Bubbly
Instruments: Guitars: James Tyler SE HD recorded using a Van Weldeen Gainland.
Bass: Sandberg recorded direct through a T-Rex Squeezer for punch, warmth and definition.
Synthesizers: Native Instruments Massive, Kontakt 5 and FM8.
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: This is a tune that merges alot of influences from the fields of pop, rock and funk. There are even some synth pop elements thrown in for good measure.
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Outside The Window
Instruments: Guitars: Yamaha SA500 recorded direct through a Boss GS-10 using a Barber Burn Unit for the OD flavor.
Bass: Sandberg recorded direct through a T-Rex Squeezer for punch, warmth and definition.
Rhodes: Native Instruments Elektrik Piano
B3: Native Instruments Kontakt 5 Vintage Organs
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: I got the idea for this tune while standing outside the window on the balcony of a hotel on the other side of the street from Disneyland watching the Friday night fireworks.
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Hypothesis Of Funk
Instruments: Guitars: James Tyler SE HD recorded direct with the Kemper Profiling Amplifier. Lead is the Plexi+TS profile. The clean sounds are a 65 Fender RI Super Reverb profile very much processed in the final mix.
Bass: Sandberg Bullet Special recorded stright to PreSonus Studio One 2 using the excellent included plug-in compressor and ProEQ.
Synths: Native Instruments Kontakt 5 running Vintage Keys Clavinet.
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: Another funk. I found the bass riff when I tried the included compressor and ProEQ in StudioOne 2.
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Trying To Get It
Instruments: Guitars: James Tyler SE HD recorded direct through a Kemper Profiling Amplifier.
Bass: NI Scarbee MM Bass.
Hammond: NI Kontakt 5 Vintage Organs
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: I know that you don't become a better player just because you buy new and better gear BUT I also know that very often getting new stuff can be very inspirational. For a very long time I've been carrying this groove in my head and when I got the new Native Instruments Studio Drummer and felt the way it sounded and responded that started this tune. Then when I got my son Christoffer to play the drums, the groove only got better.
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Sunset At Loon Lake
Instruments: Guitars: Edwards SA-118 335 clone into a Frantone Sandwich, a T-Rex Møller and then recorded direct through a Boss GS-10
Bass: Sandberg Bullet Special recorded direct and processed with
Native Instruments GuitarRig 3
Other instruments: NI Kontakt 5
Drums: Old Ludwig set with Ludwig or Tama snare
Comments: I wrote this in memory of my very dear friend Todd Robinson who in many ways was my brother. The tune came to me after seing some of his photographs of the sunsets over Loon Lake when I visited "our" parents in 2008.
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Beyond The Horizon
Instruments: Guitars: James Tyler SE HD recorded direct through the Kemper Profiling Amplifier.
Other instruments:
Uhe-Zebra 2
Spectrasonics Omnisphere
Comments: One day I got the message that one of the finest people I have ever had the honor of knowing, had passed away. Writing and recording this tune was my way of handling my grief and show my respect.
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