Moksha’s new album, “Here To Go”, will be premiered tomorrow, July 17, on 91.5 fm KUNV on a show called The Lyons Den. The show is on from 7-11 pm PDT and we’ll be in the studio with the host, George Lyons, talking about the album.
I’m really proud of this album. I played baritone saxophone on 4 tracks and was joined by Peter Apfelbaum, Bill Ortiz, and Jeff Cressman in the horn section. Peter wrote the horn parts and they are killing!
You can listen to the premiere on KUNV’s streaming broadcast here.
Here are some links to the band and musicians involved with the album:
In my last post about Seventh String’s free online metronome, I mentioned that they also make the great Transcribe! software. You can use it to open music files and manipulate them in different ways. You can highlight areas, as in the picture above, and loop them, slow them down, speed them up, adjust the pitch, or transpose to a different key altogether.
I use this software as part of my practice everyday and have found it to be a great, easy to use tool. Until now, Transcribe! has been sold for $50, but the price has just been lowered to $39.
I just wanted to share a great online resource I found the other day. Seventh String, the same company that makes Transcribe! (awesome transcription software), has a free online metronome on their site. You can set it for tempos from 34-250 bpm (beats per minute). The interface is pretty cool, too. It gives you a number of ways to use and interact with the metronome.