[LAU] first recording effort, ardour and my new guitar
loki.davison at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 16:57:45 EST 2009
On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 5:12 AM, Hartmut Noack <zettberlin at linuxuse.de> wrote:
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> Loki Davison schrieb:
>> Instruments: acoustic guitar, electric bass and tambourine.
>> Hope it's ok,
> Very much OK it is. While I back up the other statements made before I'd
> like to add my 2c:
> If the bass is that fat, it should not be so loud.
> The handling-noises sound quite authentic at first glance, but I dont
> believe, they are intentional...
> It sounds a bit as if you have played the guitar while singing. Try to
> sing and to sing only - it is your band, it is your song - push it real
> hard. Record the singing, listen to it, be hard to yourself, analyze, in
> cold blood, evaluate and do it again.
> Some FX could help also, but I think, before grabbing some sliders
> consider to push the initial recording - it is worth the effort. If it
> sounds OK without Compressors and EQ it will sound just great with them.
> bets regs
Thanks for the comments from everyone! I did actually record the
guitar and singing in a single track, doing both at the same time made
me less scared of the singing because i had something to keep me busy!
Next track i'll record one thing at a time. Dave, what do you mean
about the guitars being better balanced? Just the volume of lead vs
rhythm or tone/playing style? Do you still recommend caps plate vs
convolution reverb? I've got a lot of spare cpus :)
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