Diane, I think you are going to find a great deal of satisfaction once you get past any learning curves.. I did not install my logic because it will only work on my panther drive which I am about to convert into my new Leopard drive.. In which case logic will have to be upgraded anyway.. So I stay comfortably locked in my Protools which will also get upgraded when I move to Leopard.. At least that is my plan..
You are probably engrossed with your new technology as I type, I wish you a great day..
Hope all is well. Sorry it took so long to get back to you.. It's been almost a month.. It is a good thing I got an alert from Jaijai.. Did you switch to a mac? If you do that there is another alternative: Logic Audio. This only works on a Mac so there should be 0% compatibility issues.
I am told it interfaces well with Protools. I have but have never installed it. Maybe I will do that just to see how well it works?
Dear Diane, Hello and Thank you for your very heartfelt compliment on my voice!
I am really enjoy your singing!NICE!!!!!!!
Great musicians too, Great groove goin' on here!
Love and Success, pleased to meet you!
Hi Diane, and thanks so much for your kind comment! I am equally a fan of your voice, style and song choices! I'm in Belgium right now, so I'll wave to you in Germany. :) My husband is a Swedish trombonist, and we're on a little CD release tour until the 28th when we go back to the US. I'd love to hear how the music is going in Germany when you get a chance. I'd also love to see Canada one day (can't believe I still haven't been).
Yes, Diane, Irene Krall was very special to work with. I was very lucky to have that musical association, brief though it was and young as I was at the time. Besides having a beautiful voice, she was also a top professional and a very lovely person.
I opened up your page and heard your lovely lyrical "You'd Be So Nice." It's so nice and refreshing to hear this beautiful quality in a singer performing today. I enjoyed all your other samples, as well. I was interested to read that you're Canadian and studied in Toronto. I performed at the Cafe des Copains there in '88 and '90, receiving nice reviews from critic Mark Miller in the Globe and Mail. I hope you're enjoying your time in Germany. My heart is in Europe, since I'm from there (Montenegro), but love the kind of jazz that's played here in the U.S. Good luck in all your musical endeavors.
All the best,
Thank you so much for your kind words about the music!! AND , I just read your comment to my blog and had to smile....I'm so glad that you find something you can identify with in the things that 'come through me'...I'm diggin' what you got up on here as well!! You sound beautiful; understated and lyrical. I promise to come back and listen more when I have a moment. Just got back from a gig and I'm exhausted. Once again, thank you and be good. Love,
The Jazz Network is exactly what the title suggests, a place where you get to mix and mingle with those who have not only an appreciation for Jazz but a forum to hear new up and coming artists as well. I've hooked up with so many of my old friends that I've lost contact with over the years here and it's been a great place to meet folk, appreciate good music and Musicianship. What an incredible idea!!
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