Re: No problem...


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Posted by El Pájaro on October 11, 2000 at 07:36:24:

In Reply to: Yeah; I''d love to... posted by Alfonso on October 10, 2000 at 14:36:04:

: Hey; my friend!
: How is going there in Argentina?
: Yeah; I would love to record that line but by the way I have two problems:
: - First one; I don't have an entire song, only a lot of inconexe bass lines. Anyway; I don't have any drum machine so it's a problem.
: -Second one (and the though problem) is that my teacher of Arquitechture I and Construction I doesn't help so much...He preffers charging me wit a lot of exercises about arquitechtonic structures LOL
: Anyway; I'll try to do it whenever I can
: I heard your song and I like it very much. I think I know what did you mean with the title...Womans are so difficult for me; I preffer playing... ;o)
: Well; I'll leave with that #@~€@#~@ exercises of Construction. Tonight I won't sleep very much...And "It's raining again" LOL
: Well... C U
: PaZ
: A.

Hey there,
Thanks for listening in the first place. Everything's running cool down here. Now, going to your concerns:
1) No need to record an entire song; a small bit would be OK. Regarding that drum machine, I don't own one either. Everything except bass was programmed onto either Steinberg's Cubase or Cakewalk's Pro Audio 9 (cubase's interface is easier for me to work out drum patterns).
2) You ARE a bassist, so you should know about what it takes to make a solid foundation :-), so don't take those construction studies too hard.
Well that's it. Email me privately if you have any questions about the recording/encoding thing.
El Pájaro,



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