[JPL] the good ol' days?

jazzrockworld rick at jazzrockworld.com
Thu Aug 17 22:37:49 EDT 2006


Chiming in:

My cousin has an endorsement with that company and uses their products quite
a bit - citing Ozone3 as "amazing". He's also a musician/composer and
current musical director for a major artist that fills stadiums worldwide
when on tour. 

He was surprised at the initial reaction here. (read between the lines - I'm
in enough trouble already).

Best,

Rick Calic
www.jazzrockworld.com 



 

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Sent: Thursday, August 17, 2006 6:19 PM
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This is not an April Fools joke early as Jim says. There are actually a lot
of new plugs ins for Pro Tools and a variety of other DAW applications
designed to replicate things like old reverb effects, guitar distortion
effects, etc.  I saw this demoed recently along with a bunch of other useful
Production tools. (you did notice some of the other plug in software that
they offer ?) It's a way of bringing these sounds in to the production
environment that these days rarely has things like turntables. There were
two examples used in the demo. One was used as an effect on music for a film
(it was run at bed level as a background effect so subtle) and the other had
samples of different instruments run through it used in a music mix.  
Film is probably where you'll see something like this used . Makes it easier
on the Foley guy. It was actually pretty accurate. You can also isolate the
desired effects you'd like as opposed to a real turntable, where it would be
hard to do so. It seems counter intuitive but given the music production
environment these days it really make sense.

Jeff Turton

On Aug 17, 2006, at 3:27 PM, Jim Wilke wrote:

>
> On Thursday, August 17, 2006, at 11:33  AM, EdBride at aol.com wrote:
>
>> In a message dated 8/17/2006 2:02:58 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, 
>> jwilke123 at comcast.net writes:
>>
>> <<..OK - here's one for you nostalgia freaks who think digital   
>> CDs are just
>> toooo cleeean..>>
>>
>> Tell me this isn't a remnant from an April Fool's website...
>>
>> Ed
>
> On Thursday, August 17, 2006, at 11:13  AM, John Simna wrote:
>
>> ...Is it April 1st already?  There are a lot of things I'm nostalgic 
>> about, and a lot of jazz LPs I can still remember the ticks from, but 
>> as WC Fields said...on the whole, I'd rather be in Phildalphia...
>>
>> John Simna
>
>
> Ed, John -   I kid you not, it's the real thing.  I've heard  
> something like this used on a couple of tracks recently, one began 
> with a needle drop, lead in groove scratch, filtered 20's sound 
> gradually fading to a modern recording.  It's an interesting effect 
> that could be used with bands like The Sultans of Swing, Steven 
> Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra or the myriad of Django 
> bands to add an additional artifact of authenticity to the sound.
>
> Jim
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JazzWeek Top 10 recording.  It's also #1 on XM Satellite Radio for the past
month.  Many thanks to the fiery, creative rhythm team of Larry Grenadier,
Akira Tana, Hector Lugo and Vince Delgado.  

''... a pianist whose evocative touch and poetic (but unsentimental)
sensibility convey the wisdom of deep musical/life experience.'' -- Thomas
Conrad, Jazz Times 

'' ... originality, elegance, dexterity and most of all ... great sense of
swing, time, space and phrasing ... a superior piano jazz trio.'' -- Gilbert
Mathieu, Jazz Improv

''... impressive range of arranging and improvisational skills.'' -- Mark
Holston, Jazziz

''Slow ballads contain a heartfelt force, while up-tempo burners swing with
fire ... recommended session that celebrates the timeless nature of modern
jazz and its universal appeal.'' -- Jim Santella, L.A. Jazz Scene

''For lovers of piano trios, this album is a must; for jazz radio, all
tracks on this impeccable recording are highly recommended.'' --  Ed
Trefzger, JazzWeek

''Masterpieces of form, style, rhythm, heart and ever-loving swing...There
is a fire and compelling spirit within these tracks that captures the
character of jazz better than recordings by bigger names in more expensive
contexts.'' -- Thomas R. Erdmann, jazzreview.com

''... exquisite musical persona ... an aural delicacy for modern-mainstream
jazz aficionados.'' -- Glenn Astarita, ejazznews.com

''... will certainly blow newbies away with his lyricism and sure fingers.
A real piano treat that's untouched by little outside his soul.'' -- Chris
Spector, Midwest Record Recap 

This CD has also been favorably reviewed by Down Beat, the UK-based Jazz
Wise, and others.

GROOV Marketing - 877-476-6832
mark at groovmarketing.com  josh at groovmarketing.com Michael Bloom Media
Relations - 323-258-6342  musicpr at earthlink.net

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