Get as much light on that thing as you can from a single source that will not glare right back directly at the camera reflecting from the glass, then the shutter will not have to expose for so long, causing the blur.
Amen. Big bang for the buck.
Sadly, it'll never get any respect because it doesn't cost enough. That and its small and the enclosure is where they cut costs. They could package the same thing in a small Hammond enclosure, bill it as boutique and sell it for twice the price.
You just take yer regular ol' blues scale (plus 6 and 9 passing tones) and move that minor third up a half step, making it a major third. There, yer done.
Kind of kidding, but then again, come to think of it, that's how I learned it, more or less.
With Hagar also came that often chorus-y thing that killed the Brown Sound™
"Take Your Whiskey Home" cannot be topped. Sinner's Swing, The Full Bug, Top Jimmy, Drop Dead Legs. Geez - where to stop? Oh, I know...the first day without DLR.
Yeah, just get an SM58 and be done with it. You won't have spent much and you'll also instantly be in great company. Every singer in recent history has used one at some point, from the local pub to national acts.
If you feel like splurging, but not by much, try and find a used Shure Beta 58a...
I inserted my own mental notes at the appropriate places. I must say it was quite brilliant.
It seems to me that it was more like choosing not to paint it at all. Jobim had his "One Note Samba". This was a 0 note symphony.
I think it all adds up. Everything matters to a degree. A non-musician may not be able to put their finger on the exact ingredients in the mix that affect their perception of whether the overall vibe is good or bad but if they are listening much at all your guitar tone will certainly add to that...
Audioslave rocked and had some songs with hooks. The new stuff sounds thin, genres aside, and very little is catching my ear in a way that would make me want to listen again. The arrangements just don't seem to really play well with Chris's vocal abilities. One is not complimenting the other...