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Hi, Jim, Your Song Surgeon really is a huge help for me. I was a professional musician my whole life. Fortunately I have very good hearing, I can tell absolute pitch exactly when I hear a tone I can say which one it is, without help of a keyboard or other instrument.
So soon my friends asked me to put on a paper the melody they had on a record. Even very long ago, when there were no tape recorders yet. As I grew up in Czechia taken by Nazis at that time, any kind of American music was prohibited, there were no records.
Listening to the American radio or London was punished, even by death. So I developed an ability to write down a melody simultaneously with listening to it in the American radio.
Fortunately they repeated the program periodically, twice or three times and so we could listen to it more than just once. Naturally it was not perfect, but it was the only way how to get the melodies played by Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller and many others.
Later the communists in my country tried to eliminate western culture as well Americans were bad guys againbut already we had tape recorders and it was a great help.
Later I studied music at a conservatory of music, became a pianist, then a bandleader and a conductor at a musical theater in Germany. Now I am retired, but still active, of course adequately to my age. I write, transcribe arrangements for bands.
Though some standard scores are in print and available, but mostly not original. They are often rearranged to be easier or in a lower key. But most musicians want to sound "exactly like" XYZ.
I open the music in Surgeon, can choose a short part, slow it down and listen to it repeatedly until I am sure which instruments play which tones. I can repeat the procedure later, a day or two and make the necessary corrections.
The equalizer is a great thing as well. I have to decipher a big, fat sound, say, Count Basie full band voicing. I do it, part after part, not only vertically, but with the help of the equalizer horizontally as well.
I emphasize high pitches and attenuate the low ones and thus hear mostly the trumpets without being disturbed by bass, trombones and baritone sax.
Similarly with low sounding instruments. Of course, stereo record is helpful as it allows to concentrate on one channel only. Best of the best.Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for.
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