My first Homemade recording

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Alejandro, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. Alejandro

    Alejandro Silver Supporting Member

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    Basic Yamaha QY20 sequencer doing cheesy things, but I deal my sounds pretty good. First I recorded clean, and the I added some leads. What do you think folks?

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  2. SteveVHT

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    Great playing man....
    I even like the sound...I'd just dial out a touch of the high end or move the mic a bit...
    Great stuff...
    Steve
     
  3. mitch

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    I like the sound as well, crisp, but I dig a little extra high end on my music. Who did the backing tracks???
     
  4. Alejandro

    Alejandro Silver Supporting Member

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    Thank you folks for your suggestions!.

    I did the backing tracks mitch, with the Yamaha QY20...hours and hours with this old toy. No pretension at all, chessy but something to jam with.
    I need to learn how to use new software and do my life less complicated with backing tracks :(
     
  5. SteveVHT

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    Just get a bunch of different Loop cd's.... make your own backings with pro quality...:D
     
  6. mitch

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    I have a ZOOM 12 track that has a built in Drum Machine, and Bass. I don't use the Bass, but the drums are cool. I play a nice 4 or 5 minute song with some changes in her, and LET HER RIP... it has helped my SSOOO much with my lead playing!!!
     
  7. michael patrick

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    Sounds cool! Way better than my first attempts at recording...:D
     

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