Still looking for ways to improve the sound of the recordings I’ve just recently purchased a Lexicon MX300. A little fiddling with the knobs gave me the following result. I most definately love to play with a split of the mic-signal to the Lexicon so that I can feel more ‘present in the mix’. Hope you like it! Georgia On My Mind:
Today I sat down for some nice latin. Used a Shure Beta98/H to record this beautiful song.
Let me know how you like it: Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars)
So, again it’s been a while since my last recording. The past two years I was busy with a lot of things besides playing trumpet, but now at last I’ve taken the time to sit and relax and do some recording.
I haven’t put much work in mixing/mastering the recording, but hey..! It’s something right!?
Please listen to my recording of ‘Catch My Drift’ from the book ‘New Swing’ of Erik Veldkamp:
Again it’s been a very long time since my last post. I hope it whas worth waiting. But I finally managed to record someting ‘postable’. Let me know what you think of it. Any comment is welcome!
Well… It’s been a while since my last post, but now – with the purchase of a brand new Tascam US-1641 – I much more enjoy recording my practice-sessions at my attick. Today I’ve recorded some songs from the Jim Snidero book ‘Easy Jazz Conception’ and I’ll put my favourite song from that book online.
Here it is. I hope you like it, so let me know:
Well, it’s been a while, but tonight we (Norbert, Mathijs and me) have recorded a nice enough version of ‘Straight no Chaser’. Let me know what you think of it:
Finally, after more than half a year I’ve just recorded somethin’ worth uploading to this site. It’s been a while but I hope you like it enough to keep you coming back to see if there’s something new to listen to.
Here it is: Autumn Leaves, as performed by Mathijs Mortimer, Norbert Hensen and me
Welcome to my website. My intention is to publish some information about myself and my steps in learning jazz improvisation. Unfortunately I haven’t got much time to update this site so it might take a while before you can read anything interesting here.
Here’s something to listen to: