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May 13, 2006
quote:Originally posted by AJ:quote:I just don't understand backing tracks. Is it just how I am wired? If a track is present I go cold to your presentation. Its just a fact. Is anyone else afflicted with this? Is it a real phobia?
Amen AJ! Couldn't have said that better. You have to do what you have to do or just sit at home.
Having been a musician for over 50 years from 90 piece concert bands, 16 piece dance bands, and down to duo's and seeing work decreasing because club owners do not want to hire a sextet, quartet or even a trio because of cost I can honestly say that there is "nothing wrong with using backing tracks included in your performance. It's call entertainment and if you want to "work" you better stop whining about background tracks because they are here to stay. The true musician feels that background tracks are "cheating", while the competent DJ who of course uses pre-recorded music is working every weekend in a club or private functions such as Wedding's . Anniversary, Birthday parties etc while the "musician" sits home or plays for peanuts thrown in a tip jar in front of the 4 piece musicians on stage. I have been there and believe me I use pre-recorded tracks with my keyboard and with out my keyboard to entertain my venue. It works...it pays......and the profit margin is great. I still love to play and sing "live" but I also really love to put down my "AX" and step out front and belt out a tune with a screaming big band behind me that I did not have to hire. The people love it also. They want to be entertained ......so do what you do .do it well.....and "entertain".
"music is neither new or old...it just "is".
Dec 8, 2006
Dec 14, 2003
quote:Originally posted by Eric'sson:
That's a cool bit of guitar playing on your track mate.
Jan 22, 2014
Mar 6, 2011