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Re: Equipment for a true newbie.

Postby Rich Hanson » Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:07 am

CS70 wrote:
Versius wrote:This honestly sounds like the best idea. I hadn't thought about doing it that way. Is there a good place to link up with people like that? Thanks a ton!

There's really a ton of people at all levels, the best is simply to google online <insert instrument here> session player or something like that.

There's also Fiverr where all kinds of services are sold (almost all kinds), including, I guess, session playing.

I've seen a couple of videos on YouTube where somebody has put together a song using session players from Fiverr. The results are variable, from "not much good" to "pretty good, and an absolute bargain" but certainly worth looking into if on a low budget.
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Re: Equipment for a true newbie.

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