Back with a bunch of new clips!

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by scottl, May 10, 2005.


  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Hi guys. Been a while! I have been busy with the 5 month old twins! Here are some clips I just did while testing some ideas. Feedback is always welcome!

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/mayclips/BlingReggae.MP3 <Super articulate and clear tone

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/mayclips/BlingReggae03midcapLoop1.MP3 <Best tone???

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/mayclips/BlingReggae03midcapLoop.MP3

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/mayclips/BlingReggae047midcapLoop.MP3

    This last one a version of 500 Miles high that includes a really fast doubletime part. Hear me fall on my face! It is a bit darker than the top clips. I used a Wizard speaker instead of my CL80s and the amp was set darker as well.

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/mayclips/SLX50Wizard500MilesUltra5.MP3

    I'll try to hang around this section more and comment a bit as well.

    Thanks!

    Scott
     
  2. bluesmostly

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    Hi Scott, fun clips. What is the amp? BTW I have been thinking about getting some sort of recording unit, what do you use? I am not interested in a fancy recording studio rig just something simple to lay down some clips and original tracks... Thanks, David

    PS, congrats DAD! :D
     
  3. scottl

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    Thanks Blues!

    The amp is a Fuchs 50 watter. THD cab with Celestion Lead 80s. Baker B1 on bridge pup, except the 500 Miles High clip which was my Baker RF on bridge. I used an SM57 mic into Groove Tubes Brick preamp into EMU1820M sound card and breakout box. Sequoia 7 software. Nothing fancy, I am just a home recording hack!

    Thanks for listening!
     
  4. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    That was some sweet sounds, too cool playing as usual.
    Those Celestions...hmm we have a bunch at work that we have not yet unpacked, maybe I should get them installed in a cab and try them out.
    I really liked that clear sound you have.
     
  5. rh

    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    I liked the sound of the first Bling and 047, in that order.

    None of them sounded bad to me, mind ya.
     
  6. renico00

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    All sounds great. I love that raggae backing. Did you make it?

    Jeff
     
  7. SirNoodles

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    Hey Scott, long time no see! How are the little whipper-snappers doing? Haha

    You've got a really sensitive ear for tone, because they all sound close to me. Ultra slick playing as usual. How 'bout popping over to Guitar.com once in a while????
     
  8. SirNoodles

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    Wow, that 500 miles high got pretty crazy toward the end. Its good to hear you pushing the envelope and stepping out of your comfort zone like that a bit
     
  9. Normster

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    I'm back to listening through ****** PC speakers for awhile until I get by recording PC debugged, but they all sounded great to me. 500 miles high was rippin'! You might have been pushing it, but I didn't hear you stumble.

    As always, it's a pleasure to hear your stuff.
    :D
     
  10. adamquek

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    The first Bling Raggae clip reminds me so much of John Scofield at some parts I don't know why man, more the tone than the choice of notes though (although at some parts, the choice of notes as well :p ) but it's sounding great!
     
  11. mtndog

    mtndog Gold Supporting Member

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    Love the Miles!!!!

    Always a pleasure to check out your stuff.
     
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    Scott,

    Nice to hear your playing again.

    All clips were most cool.

    You be good.
     
  13. Ed DeGenaro

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    About freakin' time. I gotta tell you though...who gives a crap about the minute changes in tone. The playing is cool, and that IS really what matters!!!!!!
     
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    Thought it was just me concerning the tone thing. All sound good, each has it's own uses. Variety is what keeps my interest. Great playing, really dug 500 Miles.
     
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    What the big guy said...

    Nice playing and tones all 'round.

    That said, the last half of '500 Miles High' is my fave as you're going for it more - I hear more SL there than in many of the other clips, where I tend to be reminded of RF, etc... All IMHO, of course...

    Hope you are managing to get some sleep!
     
  16. Myron Stratis

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    Extra cool clips! Loved the tones and (of course) the playing, you are a great musician Scott!:)
     
  17. scottl

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    I really appreciate the nice comments guys!!!

    Ed, thanks for listening! Sorry I could not check out your clisp from work. I will tonight. Can't wait to hear them...

    Myron, Wayne, Lance, Norm, Adam, Iluvutoo, Renico, Mtndog, Hud, Rid, RanDid, bluesmostly, et all.... Thanks a ton! Especially frrm such an illustrious crowd!

    Scott
     
  18. duffyguitarman

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    Obviously Scott is always going to post something terrific in all regards playing, tone, ect. I told him he has that Sco vocabulary, with a Henderson "slant", a Ford touch and feel mixed with Scott Lerner. :cool:

    Peace,
    Duffy
     
  19. scottl

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    My faves!! Means a lot coming from you Duffy!
     
  20. trisonic

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    Scott,

    I really love the 500 Miles High clip, very musical. Lovely horn - like tone and phrasing.

    I hope you don't mind me saying that I think your playing has improved by leaps and bounds since I first joined this board - remember my "overplaying" crack? Not any more, great stuff, Scott, beautiful music.

    Perhaps I ought to have a go for twins?

    Best, Pete.
     

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