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WooF Member Recording Thread

Dave Dolson

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Jim: What video? I'll bet Paul Woltz has some videos of the Golden Eagles from years back.

There is a DVD available of the band before I joined - featuring their vocalist Chris Norris, who passed away several years ago from cancer. She was sensational (Paul can verify that). If you want details, PM me. DAVE
 


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Seems like the way the site is truncating the link is the problem? I'm uploading to a site called esnips.com. I copy the full URL but then something happens when I paste it in. Maybe I'll look for a different website?

Rory
 

tictactux

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Seems like the way the site is truncating the link is the problem? I'm uploading to a site called esnips.com. I copy the full URL but then something happens when I paste it in. Maybe I'll look for a different website?

Rory
This is not the problem. But you must share your files first, else others cannot see them. I see "0 shared folders" under your profile, if it's name is the same as your handle in here.

(And while you are logged in, you will probably use quite a different url than others when they're downloading your stuff)
 
This is not the problem. But you must share your files first, else others cannot see them. I see "0 shared folders" under your profile, if it's name is the same as your handle in here.

(And while you are logged in, you will probably use quite a different url than others when they're downloading your stuff)
Excellent! Thank you!

(I wasn't trying for a big build up, but here goes...)

http://www.esnips.com/doc/4e56d729-10c9-4f0b-aff1-8ed71333924e/First-World-Blues-final-mix
 
That did it. I listened. Nice mix. Your solo was much better than the electric piano's. I'd have cut that.;-)
 
That's only the second time we've done the "Experiment". I'm sure we'll have more fun the longer the gig runs.

Some funny stuff in your video mike. Very creative!
Thanks Glen. But, who's Mike? I think you have me confused with Face Ache :confused:

Here's the final mix of a rock song I played on last Summer. One take for the shots and two for the solo. I was using a rented YTS-23. Whatcha think?

http://www.esnips.com/doc/4e56d729-10c9-4f0b-aff1-8ed71333924e/First-World-Blues-final-mix
Rory, I liked your playing and wanted to hear more earlier in the tune. Who needs piano anyway (sorry Al) :emoji_smile:
 
A buddy of my dropped in at one of my gigs yesterday and tried out his new Zoom Q3 recorder. This is a little trio I have that does a few "pick up" gigs here or there.

Sorry for the sloppy playing my be.
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Gandalfe

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Tj, I luv your recordings. I think this is the first time I've heard you play the clarinet, but I could be wrong.

I don't know if it is the recording equipment or you, but your sound reminds me of a sax doubler first starting out on clarinet. It is pinched and doesn't sound supported with enough air flow. It's a little better on the clarinet than on the alto.

That said, I haven't put a recording up of me on clarinet which I hope to do soon. It took me over a year to come out of the closet with my bass clarinet. I would think I sounded great and then my wife, the real clarinetist would play and I'd go back to long tones!

I suspect one or two lessons with a clarinet teacher would open up the sound. I luv to hear what some of the teachers on this forum will say.
 
Tj, I luv your recordings. I think this is the first time I've heard you play the clarinet, but I could be wrong.

I don't know if it is the recording equipment or you, but your sound reminds me of a sax doubler first starting out on clarinet. It is pinched and doesn't sound supported with enough air flow. It's a little better on the clarinet than on the alto.

That said, I haven't put a recording up of me on clarinet which I hope to do soon. It took me over a year to come out of the closet with my bass clarinet. I would think I sounded great and then my wife, the real clarinetist would play and I'd go back to long tones!

I suspect one or two lessons with a clarinet teacher would open up the sound. I luv to hear what some of the teachers on this forum will say.
Sorry, I didn't see your post here before. Although I answered the same one you posted on my youtube video comments. I do agree with you. I love the clarinet. I just don't have enough hours in the day to get practicing it.

Thanks for watching.

TJ
 
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