Entertainment High-Tech

I adore the engineers and those human beings, who have the capability to use those high-tech panels. Last weekend we had a party in my home with friends who were able to produce music with such a high-tech equipment. Great!

On the other hand I am considering, how to save the roots of making music against the high-tech flood. So I dare to introduce again my friend Kai Heumann – with nothing than one guitar with only six strings and twelve bars in his hands …
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late night home jazz session with friends: blues harp, guitar and: great keyboard high-tech by YAMAHA
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my friend and guitar teacher Kai Heumann, Wuppertal
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sometimes I like very much the purism of guitar strings as in the following youtube clip http://www.youtube.com/user/hellmehelmet
“Toccata for a wild lady” – once written by Peter Horton & Sigi Schwab – here performed by Petra & Helmuth B.

– though in the meantime it is possible to reduce a keyboard to a minimalistic string sound: Yamaha Tyros 1) English: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamaha_Tyros2 or 2) German: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamaha_Tyros

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5 responses to “Entertainment High-Tech

  1. grahambledeggs

    I think both acoustic and electronic instruments have their place, as well as studio recording and live performance. There is something really special about a spur-of-the-moment jam, though, especially when you’re in the middle of it. πŸ™‚ And like I said on my blog, I loved the Blue Moon πŸ™‚

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