[linux-audio-user] Music made with Linux
eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Sun Jan 15 09:31:34 EST 2006
Mark, et al,
Many thanks for all the feedback (mostly positive). To paraphrase a
familiar quote - with many ears all mixes are easy ;-) I forgot to
mention that I used LADSPA effects (not counting the electric guitar
which is through a V-AMP Pro) other than running the final master mix
through a BBE sonic maximizer. I have taken most everyone's advice and
lifted the vocals (dropped some processing too). Also, a tip of the hat
to Dave Phillips for introducing me to the Versatile Plate Reverb.
The new version is in the same place -
On Sat, 2006-01-14 at 10:47 -0800, Mark Knecht wrote:
> Hey Jan,
> Good stuff. Thanks for sharing the music. It's great to know that
> after all the horror or Katrina and how much it's effected folks in
> your area that you're still in the game. Very cool.
> How did you record the acoustic/classical guitar? Where's you place
> the mic/mics? I like the sound of that instrument a lot.
It's mostly the guitar - hand made Jose Morales classical, Spanish
cedar top, bookmatched rosewood back and sides, hand made rosette, all
wood binding. It's a beautiful instrument. I picked it up in Granada
Spain at Jose Morales' shop in 1978 for $150 (with case ;-) I've played
it next to $3000+ Ramirez guitars and it blows them away. I used a
cheap Marshall 603 condenser mic about a foot away from where the
fingerboard meets the body and a cheap Marshall 2001 about 3 feet away
and more towards the bridge. I used a little Gverb on both sides and
some Tape Delay Simulation on the 603.
Jan 'Evil Twin' Depner
The Fuzzy Dice
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