impatient lounging

would't leave BM without making a 'beat', finally.
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    i can hear bill cosby dancing to that <!-- s;) --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!-- s;) --> my only constructive criticism is that the samples are particularly artificial sounding considering it's a very jazzy improvised feel.
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    Many thanks for your message,
    I agree that there is an artificial sounding and I understand perfectly why this is or what due to...but I have a serious request: why do you think this is and second how could this be avoided? I would be very pleased if you'd consider answering this...and again..thank you for listening!
    kind regards
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    To me the samples don't sound 'artificial' - they sound like real samples of a certain kind of light jazz, which to some people's ears sounds artificial even if being played live (y'know, Kenny G...). If you used samples from old Charlie Parker or Charles Mingus records it would sound a lot realer.

    The one possible exception is the sax samples - sounds like you have a single shot/one note sample and are sequencing it in time and pitch? If so, the way to make it sound realer is to use the groove and velocity editors to get some phrasing, make the volume of each note different and even let some of them swing (lag slightly behind the beat).
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    Really appreciate your reply....good inside tips! The truth is I sampled all samples used, note by note with an existing kit and a a midi all sounds provided within the program kit actually have a kind of 'digital' beatmaker they were possitioned,which is the most fun actually.
    Nevertheless, I'll keep on trying and experimenting along. Catch you later, and thanks!
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