Last one for this project... yay!

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by t0neg0d, Oct 1, 2005.

  1. t0neg0d

    t0neg0d Member

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    Finally finished the tracking for the last song on this project.

    It is more or less a pop song... but when it get to the middle it just gets kinda funkyish/weird/neat?

    Worth a listen (for the middle) if you have the time.

    Last one

    BTW.. I was experimenting with a plug-in with the bass... and the results kinda suck... and yes... I know it is WAY too loud. But this is not mixed just like the rest of um.

    Me
     
  2. Normster

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    :dude

    Waaay Satch-like! I love it.
     
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    The wah got a little old to my ears after the first minute or so but I loved the break starting around 2:40 or so. Great playing as usual. :cool:
     
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  5. t0neg0d

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    Normster - Thanks a ton!

    Fretmaster - I was a bit worried about that. Here was the reason I did it (and I would LOVE suggestions for another approach). On this particular song, I actually wrote the entire melody by singing... then tried to recreate the same inflections with my guitar. I thought the wah would help to make it sound more... um... "vocally", which it does (compared to not using it)... but I would really appreciate hearing other ideas for how to approach this!! Though I am WAY to lazy to rerecord this... I am sure I'll wanna try this kinda thing again soon.

    rkstarr - Ok... here it is in it's entirety:

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    1976 Marshall JMP 50 watt Lead & Bass
    No name cab w/ Vintage 30's (only one is wired up, the rest fill holes) - this cabinet sucks to be in the room with but records wonderfully (direct or ambient)... no idea why.
    90's American Standard Strat with a Hipshot Bridge and a Vanzant Truebucker in the bridge. No tone pot.
    70's Thomas Organ Crybaby stuffed into a Vox reissue box
    MXR Phase 90 script box
    Voodoo Labs Analog Chorus
    Maxon OD808 (tubescreamer)
    Zen Drive
    TD-X Tube Echo
    Barber Launch Pad
    Shortie cables are all George L's
    AGK C1000-S right on the grill cloth center of the coil
    A belt to hold my pants up
    And my "Life and Death" shoes... for inspiration

    Nothing on my pedal board is ever used during recording minus the OD808 and the Wah. -- EDIT -- though I notice an increase in gain (even with 2 buffers in line) by taking things out of the loop... so I leave everything the way it always is when I play (just off)

    Me
     
  6. rkstarr

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    :D

    no way it could be the fingers:eek:
     

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