We’re at the “ear candy” stage of the Yahweh Project today. Brad Toews and I are in Kingston in Richard Cleaver’s studio tracking pads and other keyboard lines (the icing on the cake). I must say, it is nice to play more of a producer role this weekend. We rented a Roland V-Synth GT instead of a Nord this time around – a long story and a bit of a feat (the only other available unit went out of the Bloor Long and McQuade to a large concert in the GTA). We had a few challenges getting started last night with the tones we wanted but all is running smoothly now. You can read the whole story here in “The Tale of Two Synths”. Until next time. T
Trevor Dick is a popular electric and acoustic violinist. His playing evokes images of Jean Luc Ponty, Hugh Marsh, Mark O’Connor and Mark Wood (Trans-Siberian Orchestra) all melded together.
About The Band
Award-winning instrumentalist Trevor Dick and his long-time bandmates have entered new territory with the introduction of the Trevor Dick Band’s debut album, New World. This world/jazz/folk fusion project with classical and modern pop/rock underpinning takes you from Africa to Latin America to Europe and North America, erasing all borders.
New World is interesting, experimental, and improvisational. It is complex music, yet accessible to the average listener. We plan to perform this music internationally at Folk, Jazz, Blues and World Music Festivals.