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This sounds like captured off a little mixer as opposed to off a phone or camera"s mic. Nice job squeezing out some dynamic play in the piano sound off that 'springy' short key"d action. ;) | is this an HP or SW model? | Some strange note stealing at times and samples don"t seem very long. Nice vocal, definitely caught this neighborhood"s ear. But then again the repertoire speaks for itself. I"d like to know what he carries for power and uses as amplification.

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Yamaha CP88, Casio PX-560

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Nice. I would suggest he lay back his vocal phrasing behind the pulse. Each phrase sounds rushed.

Harry Likas was the Technical Editor of Mark Levine's "The Jazz Theory Book" and helped develop "The Jazz Piano Book." Find 700 of Harry’s piano arrangements of standards for educational purposes and jazz piano tutorials at www.Patreon.com/HarryLikas

 

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Yeah looks like Grafton Street in Dublin to me. There"s Bewley"s coffee house that he"s in front of and there are two Irish flags in the distance.

 

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John

Nord Electro 6D 61, Wurlitzer EP200A, Neo Mini Vent, EV ZLX12P, QSC CP8.

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