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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by tpurgatoryt, Jun 25, 2013.
He needed more 'woof' in the bottom end.
well, from the dog's point of view it was a very cozy looking spot for 40 winks...until the drummer started playing one day without realizing the dog was in there. The explosion of canine comedy was priceless.
Alas, his woof was up around 1k!
That reminds me of what happened while dog sitting for someone when I hopped on the drums...
What is it with animals and bass drums? haha, Max used to sleep in mine too but I always coaxed him out before playing. I doubt an animal would ever return to the spot if he got "drummed" while in there
Love the setup Freddy. It looks like one fun gig!!!
Maybe in cat and dog language "Ludwig" means comfy rest area!
Yes it was a fun session....great people, bourbon every night when we were done...hehehe
here's a track from that session, a Leonard Cohen cover....
Haha, it's a 21:9 superwide screen.
Freddy, I'd want to stay in the room with the talent too....especially when you have a female rhythm section, They sound great, as does the recording. The vocal track just shines....so clear and warm. Great instrumentation and the space you've given each of them in the mix is stunning.
Thanks BuzzHaze! This track was the only cover we recorded for their CD and it was also the only track that didn't make it on to the CD. After repeated attempts to secure permission and rights from Cohen's people we had no response whatsoever.
It's very gratifying to me that you like the track because I built so much of the gear....for example that vocal signal path was totally my stuff up until the converters. My LD tube mic, mic pre, compressor....
The track was cut live off the floor except for the vocals which were overdubbed.
Wow...it's hard to believe you actually built the gear yourself but I know it to be true haha...still unbelievable though. The vocal sound is so crispy, yet has all the "human warmth" to it. It's one of the hardest things to accomplish in the studio IMO...and you've really got a natural sound. You must be pretty proud of that!!!! I'd be proud just to know how to work some of the gear you've designed and built...haha.
hahaha...that dog's got a wicked syncopated feel!
Here's a few pics of my project studio. Just click on the thumbs.
I want a fireplace in my studio!!!
Just wanted to say - nice sound coming out of your studio!!! Nice balance, excellent presence on the voice and mid range instruments. Well done.
I really like that rug, but the wallpaper looks like an Australian's nightmare.
Yeah the plan is to cover the walls with mocha coloured drapes.
yeah,what is it w/ Aussies & the wallpaper??
they 70's called...you know the joke...
I was wondering about her rug myself...bwahahaha
This is not where I record but suppose I could if need be . Just pics of where I play with friends in my basement . Pis on bottom
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBB2o5ejb-U]Paperback Writer Cover - YouTube[/ame]
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALdIOJS-d_0]No Matter What Badfinger Cover - YouTube[/ame]
Growing up in a musical household, that looks similar to our basement. My dad was in a gigging country band so they used to practice at our house. They were very open and allowed me to sit in and try out all their instruments....and I was just a little kid.
It had a lasting effect on me to say the least. I have always had a drum kit, bass, keyboard and guitars in my home and I encourage my kids, grandkids and just about anyone who shows some interest. I love having kids over and seeing them hit my studio for the first time. Most don't want to leave.
Your videos really remind me of those days because my mom would try drumming now and then but I don't think she ever clicked with them as she did with piano and guitar. She could also sing like a bird and my Dad was an amazing picker. Ahhh, I miss those days.
Thanks for posting those vids...your band sound fantastic. I'd stay all night listening to you guys. Loved it.
Dad and Mom....