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WooF Member Recording Thread

#81
I know what you're saying about compin' without the head. I played and recorded the guitar part many times over before I had a take I liked and felt I could play the sax along with. At least the bass part was not as hard get down. I did that first and used it as my anchor.
 
#83
anyboby else here have some tracks to share?
Coincidence. I just recorded Detour Ahead a day or two ago. Hak is helping me find a recording setup that doesn't make the tenor sound as harsh. I'll be redoing the sax track soon with a different setup and microphone. Then, I hope, Hak will do some magic with the audio.

http://www.playalongstudio.com/tunes/detouraheadsax.mp3

I hear lots of phrasing issues in this that I want to address, too.

 
#92
Al, you get a deeper spread tone with the RPC than what I've heard from you before. I like it :emoji_smile:
Thanks. If you listen to some of the earlier posts of mine on this thread (the piano/sax duo stuff), you'll hear a lot of the RPC. The spread you hear now is, I think, a function of hakmagic.

Except that I don't know what "spread" means. :)
 
#94
Thanks. If you listen to some of the earlier posts of mine on this thread (the piano/sax duo stuff), you'll hear a lot of the RPC. The spread you hear now is, I think, a function of hakmagic.

Except that I don't know what "spread" means. :)
Well, I was listening to the Skylark version you'd had done as a comparison. Reading back, I see you recorded that long ago. By spread I mean to say there's more bottom end to go along with the focused mid range tone you get. This very well could be a recording technic improvement. I guess I never know unless I hear you in person. That be nice one day :cool:
 

Dave Dolson

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#98
Good. I've been with the Golden Eagle Jazz Band for several years now. We play two Sundays per month a Steamers Cafe, in Fullerton, among other gigs. DAVE
 
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