Suggestions for "play-along" CD's?

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by PakWaan, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. Markie

    Markie Forte User

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    Hi jon,
    Hope this helps
    www.artistshare.com
    What she did was to remove the solos and you play the solos. Its very cool and worth every penny. One of my favorites is Pretty Road. I will often play the reed part (I think its the reed part) which is written under the Bb trumpet part until the solo. At the solo Maria takes out Jensen's solo and you play it. Also, Sky Blue is a lot of fun too.
    Enjoy!
    Markie
     
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  2. PakWaan

    PakWaan Piano User

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    Took me less than 30 seconds per song, but I've got a pretty fast connection.
     
  3. rettepnoj

    rettepnoj Fortissimo User

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    Hmmm, I can't seem to find any play-along, only the cd. And I did try to google it too! I'm very interested in that book/play-along :-) Any link directly to the book?
     
  4. Markie

    Markie Forte User

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    Hi Jon,
    Hope this helps
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    MSO Featuring You, Vol II Participant
    $29.95

    What you get:
    The Sky Blue recording via download (128 kbps Mp3 - delivery date 7/24/07)
    Transcriptions of Donny McCaslin's and Greg Gisbert's solo on 'Buleria, Solea y Rumba'
    Downloadable MP3s of 'Solea' and 'Rumba,' minus improvised solos
    Downloadable PDFs of 2007 CD's solo parts in C Bb Eb and F
    Downloadable MP3s of 2007 CD's music, minus the improvised solos
    Streamed interviews with Donny and Greg about their work


    On July 24th, 2007, when our Sky Blue recording is released, just login to your account and along with the download (128 kbps Mp3) of Sky blue you’ll also find your MP3 downloads of all tracks without the recorded improvised solos, PDFs of the parts in C, Bb, Eb and F, and streamed interviews with soloists. Leading up to this date, whenever you login to your account, you’ll be immersed in the process and planning, and will witness much of the studio activity.
     
  5. Veldkamp

    Veldkamp Piano User

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    I've written a couple of new Basie style play-alongs with written out solo chorusses. I think I will record them tomorrow and then they will be downloadable soon after in my webshop.
     
  6. PakWaan

    PakWaan Piano User

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    Some great recommendations, thanks!
     
  7. incredibleman

    incredibleman New Friend

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    Can anyone tell me how this works? Their website, despite having about a billion words, isn't real clear on how it works. Do I have to buy a membership to get the priviledge of buying music? I don't see any prices. And I don't have a teacher so that part doesn't make sense to me.
     
  8. B15M

    B15M Forte User

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    You rent it and then have access to tons of play along and some sheet music. Mostly you use your own music.

    I haven't used it much lately. It used to be 10.00 per month or 100.00 per year. I think they lowered the price. There was also a deal if you were in ITG. I think 25.00 per year.
     
  9. veery715

    veery715 Utimate User

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    Before you play along PakWaan, you've got a tough choice to make! Which wonderful horn this time??
     
  10. fraserhutch

    fraserhutch Mezzo Piano User

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    I second the recommendation for trumpets Eleven and all other material by Michael Davis at Hip Bone Music: Hip-Bone Music

    His 20 Minute Warmup is truly excellent as well, and you get to warm up with Phil Smith to boot :) talk about a sound concept. in fact, I would hazard a guess that this warmup probabl6y exceeds most player's practice regiment here :)

     

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