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Re: When you lose your band
« Reply #15 on: Time Format »

Hey Gerry,

If you cannot find a bassplayer for the recordings, just hit me up.
Won't be able to be i your band, obviously, but I have a fully equiped recording studio to get you the bass tracks.

Peter  :metal:

What an amazing offer!  Bizarrely I did think of asking you  :lol:  But I didn't know if you where up for it.

I have been talking to a bassist as of last week, but he isn't very good at communicating and turns out he is in another band so I'm put right off by that.

That's really cool Peter.  I will be in touch  :thumb-up:

Hey RG, unfortunately the band I had with Mike dissolved (for now anyway), I need to find a good bass player and drummer to get a 3 piece going just for my mental health.  Which is one of the great things about playing, it helps keep you sane.
That's really shit Richard, hope something works out between you guy going forward, and you are right, need something even for your own mental health!  It's over looked what being in a band can do for you mind!!
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Re: When you lose your band
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Hey Gerry,

If you cannot find a bassplayer for the recordings, just hit me up.
Won't be able to be i your band, obviously, but I have a fully equiped recording studio to get you the bass tracks.

Peter  :metal:

What an amazing offer!  Bizarrely I did think of asking you  :lol:  But I didn't know if you where up for it.

I have been talking to a bassist as of last week, but he isn't very good at communicating and turns out he is in another band so I'm put right off by that.

That's really cool Peter.  I will be in touch  :thumb-up:


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I truly hope something works out there, Gerry.   That Rabid album I got is an absolute banger!  :headbanger:   I don't want to say never but...if it is, that is one damn fine legacy to have, Sir.  I feel that.  Especially now that I'm also band-less.  I may or may not play in a band again, and if I don't...well our last album is a damn fine way to end it with, IMO.

Maybe the answer is already here though.  Touring seems to be pretty much dead now anyway unless you're in the really big leagues.   Reaching out to available musicians online and willing to help doesn't limit you to just Ireland or even the whole UK for that matter.  The recording process is a little different, but the outcome can still be as glorious as you want it to be.  I think the biggest hurdle is getting the drums right.  You may have to hire a local drummer to learn and then record for your songs and after that Peter offered his bass skills.  Damn, you're halfway there now!  I also happen to know a guy who would really love a chance to do the vocals for your project....  ;)

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I truly hope something works out there, Gerry.   That Rabid album I got is an absolute banger!  :headbanger:   I don't want to say never but...if it is, that is one damn fine legacy to have, Sir.  I feel that.  Especially now that I'm also band-less.  I may or may not play in a band again, and if I don't...well our last album is a damn fine way to end it with, IMO.

Maybe the answer is already here though.  Touring seems to be pretty much dead now anyway unless you're in the really big leagues.   Reaching out to available musicians online and willing to help doesn't limit you to just Ireland or even the whole UK for that matter.  The recording process is a little different, but the outcome can still be as glorious as you want it to be.  I think the biggest hurdle is getting the drums right.  You may have to hire a local drummer to learn and then record for your songs and after that Peter offered his bass skills.  Damn, you're halfway there now!  I also happen to know a guy who would really love a chance to do the vocals for your project....  ;)

Well thanks Kim, totally appreciate it.  The album didn't quite reach my expectations sonically but I am by no means horrified by my output.  I never went to music production classes so I taught myself all that stuff out of necessity.  I also felt I would lose something about the character about the band had I always just used local recording studios and their personal  But ways, it was a learning process and I know the second album would/will turn out better.

I get what you mean about available musicians, you are right, it is possible to get the job done using people anywhere in the world.  One major benefit of this era.

@Peter, not ready for anything just yet Peter but I will let you know for sure one way or another.  I have been talking to bass players recently so there is always the possibility should they join they can do the album also.  But it's all still very uncertain right now and if I feel I should just progress the recording situation then I guess it will be time to call upon your services.  Thanks again for this offer, it helps put my mind at ease.

@Kim yeah I basically have been playing with a drummer who I think is only in it for the drums on the album.  He's good, but we need more time to solidify as at the moment it's been sporadic and I feel I haven't gelled with him just yet. 
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@Peter, not ready for anything just yet Peter but I will let you know for sure one way or another.  I have been talking to bass players recently so there is always the possibility should they join they can do the album also.  But it's all still very uncertain right now and if I feel I should just progress the recording situation then I guess it will be time to call upon your services.  Thanks again for this offer, it helps put my mind at ease.


No problem, I'm not going anywhere, I am available if and when you need it.
If you don't, also no problem  :thumb-up: 
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@Peter, not ready for anything just yet Peter but I will let you know for sure one way or another.  I have been talking to bass players recently so there is always the possibility should they join they can do the album also.  But it's all still very uncertain right now and if I feel I should just progress the recording situation then I guess it will be time to call upon your services.  Thanks again for this offer, it helps put my mind at ease.


No problem, I'm not going anywhere, I am available if and when you need it.
If you don't, also no problem  :thumb-up:
  A million thank yous my man I totally appreciate that  :headbanger:  :bow:
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Re: When you lose your band
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Getting somewhere
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That looked like fun! :thumb-up:
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Oh it was/is!  I love playing that song.  There is even more fun parts later on.  The last song I wrote I think before the breakup of the original lineup.
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Oh it was/is!  I love playing that song.  There is even more fun parts later on.  The last song I wrote I think before the breakup of the original lineup.

    Well then, you're on the right track! Hang on to that feeling and keep it alive. The trick is going to be meeting a couple of other guys who like the sound of it and want to have some fun with you. Before you know it, RBOTN will be reborn!

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Well currently this is the drummer who has agreed to help do the album, he might stay.............I dunno.


Waiting on a bass player getting back to me who applied to an AD I had up.  He has been learning two tracks.  So when he knows them he will come over and play with the drummer and I and we shall see if A) he is any good B) he enjoys it and wants to join. FIguring out if he is the right guy from then will be something gauged over time from then on I guess.
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Hope it keeps building up for you, it was sounding good. :)
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Keep up the good work Gerry, you'll get there for sure  :thumb-up:

BTW where's your hair  :o
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Hope it keeps building up for you, it was sounding good. :)

Thanks Zilthy that is much appreciated  :thumb-up:

Keep up the good work Gerry, you'll get there for sure  :thumb-up:

BTW where's your hair  :o
  Again thanks MJMP  :thumb-up:  :lol: I had it shaved off a couple of years ago.  Growing it back now though  :headbanger:  Going for a mullet this time I think  :lol:  I do the laughing emoji but I'm serious
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Hey RG, cool I like the song  :thumb-up: , just listened to it focusing on the drummer, he's quite good and gets better as he gets more familiar with it...
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