live recording 11-19-05

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by PacoCasanovas, Nov 23, 2005.

  1. PacoCasanovas

    PacoCasanovas Member

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    Click & hear!

    new band, first gig, a bit nervous;) , live-recording (vocals are too loud on the pre-mix)

    Guitar-signal-path: Gibson ES-347 -> Peavey Classic 50-212 -> Rode NT2 mik -> mik-pre



    greeetz
    Paco
     
  2. PacoCasanovas

    PacoCasanovas Member

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    we had a blast tonite.....our 2nd gig together....damn, i feel really happy with this band....:D

    i had a full house, and people really listen while playing...its a wonderful experience!:)

    :dude
     
  3. vladorg

    vladorg Supporting Member

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    Paco,
    I loved it-the chick has an awesome voice.The tune,although I could not understand the Italian lyrics:p ,had this cool,laid-back jazzy vibe to it.I dug your solo a lot,too;you got some sweet tones out of your setup.Post more,


    Vlad
     
  4. gomez1856

    gomez1856 Member

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    Nice work Paco. I enjoyed that.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Rick
     
  5. bigroy

    bigroy Member

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    Nice song, nice chops and great brush work by the drummer. Very nice guitar work. What method did you use to record the band?
     
  6. PacoCasanovas

    PacoCasanovas Member

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    hey friends!

    Thanks a lot for listening and your comments!:) Yeah...the drummer is incredible! I like him very much......


    Its a live recording! we use my Motu Audio Firewire Interface 828mk2 together with a Mackie 1604VLZ mixer (total 9 channels used, ) and my old iBook (G3).....and a bunch of nice mics.

    2 x Neumann KM-184 for drums overhead
    1 x Shure Beta52 for BD
    1 x Shure Beta57 for Snare

    1 x Rode NT-2 for guitar (my 1st choise for all guitar recordings)
    1 x Neumann TLM103 for vocals
    2 x Rode NT3 for acoustic grand piano
    Bass = DI

    mixing...very rough!

    btw....i uploaded a bit better mix:

    http://www.pacocasanovas.ch/annalisa/cvento.mp3

    all the best
    Paco
     
  7. Scott Peterson

    Scott Peterson Administrator ^/|\^ Co-Founder of TGP Staff Member

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    Very cool. Nice pocket, you are right the band is very groovin. Nice stuff. I don't speak Italian, but like the vocals. Great voice.
     
  8. marinblues

    marinblues Member

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    Very nice, Paco.

    Are from Ticino, by any chance?
     
  9. R Anderson

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    Paco - Great clip!

    Love the ensemble, the tune, the groove and the playing. But the sound quality of the recorded guitar during the solo is amazing.

    I also have a MOTU 828 a Mackie mixer and a MAC but it has never had the pleasure of recording anything so beautiful. I'm going to have to try one of those Rode NT-2's.

    Great job.

    Russell
     

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