Dante's Covers

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Dante's Covers

Post by dante » Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:13 am

Putting together a master page of my Covers. Covered versions including some fusion, soft rock brit invasion and some parodies

http://www.hitfoundry.com/issue_27/dmg_mast.htm

proWave & proTone favoured synths - all mastered using my XITE-1D mastering suite @ 96KHz.

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Re: Dante's Covers

Post by SilverScoper » Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:09 pm

Good sounds. You should do some Def Leppard.

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Re: Dante's Covers

Post by dante » Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:29 pm

I will but meantime I have added Child of Vision. Breakfast in America was the penultimate British Invasion of the 80's - actually it was released in 1979 and sounds more like an 80's production. Child of Vision is in some ways about what was happening between Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies and parallels the split in many similar prog bands (eg Pink Floyd, Yes, ELP) of the time. Anyway I chose to do a cover because its my favourite of the album and also because it's a keyboard fest. It's a 7 minute track with the last half being a piano and then sax improve over 2 chords basically. Rick Davies imparting a bit of Jazz influence in latter day Tramps as well as his trademark Wurlitzer jabber stabbing. But in this rendition, it's a modified piano improv and the sax solo I made (apart from a few bars doubling the existing piano MIDI) with judicious aid of the Reason piano roll editor.

https://soundcloud.com/hitfoundry/child ... ramp-cover

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