GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by rparker » April 19th, 2010, 5:26 pm

Kalle, I got your files this afternoon. home network is pretty toasted right now. Hopefully will be fixed in morning. At least I can surf right now. :)
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by Celt » April 19th, 2010, 5:37 pm

Roy

My parts are ready PM me where I can send them.

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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by JoeHempel » April 19th, 2010, 10:52 pm

I'm working on it....sigh, things got kind of crazy with a virutal jam I was doing, so I'll work on this just as SOON as possible. I'm recording a video this morning, then I'll spend some time working with this.
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by rparker » April 20th, 2010, 3:00 am

That's alright. My connection speed is death on wheels right now. Well, up until this morning. Now the darned thing is running like a scalded dog. One hour before the dude shows up. Incredible.

John, looks like you've got a window of 55 minutes. 7:00 EST until a bit before 8:00 AM when he gets here.
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by rparker » April 20th, 2010, 5:21 am

Anyone waiting on my internet access to be fixed before sending me files, all is repaired. Send away.
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by Kalle_in_Sweden » April 20th, 2010, 9:34 am

Hi Roy
Did you get my files ?
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by rparker » April 20th, 2010, 7:22 pm

Kalle, I got your files. Sorry about that. I've been battling connection issues and now down to one of five computers or game systems (my son's) misbehaving. I did take a break to do a few more takes on that other jam. I stink.
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by Vic Lewis VL » April 23rd, 2010, 6:57 pm

rparker wrote:Is Floydesque a word? Maybe not. Vic will suspend my posting rights if it isn't.
Close enough for rock'n'roll. I'd prefer Floydian, or maybe Gilmourish - but hey, how many great rock'n'roll songs would pass the grammar test? It ain't rock'n'roll if it's spellt write......

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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by Celt » April 29th, 2010, 2:30 pm

Hi Roy

I never did check in. Did you receive my files?

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Post by rparker » April 29th, 2010, 3:40 pm

Celt wrote:Hi Roy

I never did check in. Did you receive my files?

:note1: :note1: :note1:

John
Hi John, sure did. sorry to not respond. It's been a crazy week.
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by rparker » May 6th, 2010, 7:41 am

Alrighty then. Looks like I am about to get back into a somewhat normal routine. Well, after a trip to the In Laws up in Virginia. Nice relaxing weekend at the lake. Probably jam some with Brother-in-Law too. 8)

I'm going to start plugging in the pieces I've received and then get rolling on my own. There are a lot of pieces. I hope to have some sort of status or progress report ready for you all by tonight or tomorrow. Aside from this weekend, I hope to be able to dedicate some time. <knocks on wood>

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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by rparker » May 6th, 2010, 3:17 pm

I got my two lead pieces done this afternoon. I think all's that's left is me doing some fills and little rhythm riffs, Joe doing his melody lines and the ever travelling man, yashimicat, and how opening lead parts. Starting to come together very nicely. After it's all said and done, It'll have 13 tracks. As much beginning to end splicing as there is top to bottom, so not that many at the saem time. Still, a bit of a challenge making something this large top to bottom sound decent. So far, so good. 8)

So, if you still have a track outstanding, let me know approximately when you are trying to have yours done by. Thanks. A PM will suffice as always.

Roy
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by JoeHempel » May 24th, 2010, 4:56 am

I still have my track outstanding....ugh, I've had no time for almost anything....but I will do my best to get something within two weeks for you....sorry about this guys!!
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by rparker » May 24th, 2010, 7:09 am

Joe, I read your post in the News section. That's quite an effort you're undertaking and FAR more important than fiddling around with us old folks. Are you sure you'll have the time?
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Re: GN Spring Floydesque Jam - UPDATED

Post by JoeHempel » May 24th, 2010, 9:35 am

If I don't have it done by the end of next week then I don't know, before that though it's business as usual, so I'll be working on it pretty hard core in the next couple days.
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