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You seem to get a fantastically eclectic variety of sessions....
 

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Apart from my incessant gigging habit with pretty much anyone who’ll have me I’m a bit out of touch due to having two small, bouncy kids. Brighton, being Brighton, has a huge amount of stuff going on but a lot of musos vying for it- used to have a good gig with the horn section I played with, doing loop-able horn parts in various styles for dance tracks and sample CDs.
Aside from that the only recording/session work I seem to get is on blues harps and musical saw (the secret of getting session work, play a bit of kit so obscure that there’s no competition!).
 

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top saw tips- mike them from underneath and slightly behind, also loads of reverb and, for a really good bit of atmospherics- stick your reverb on a different track and then only use the reverb, not the original recording.. lovely..
 
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