Warmup recordings

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  1. kboman

    kboman Senior Member

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    I'm warming up mentally, technically and physically for getting into recording again after a longish hiatus - not that I mind since it's because I became a dad - and I've started uploading the less terrible results on my Soundcloud.

    Tonight: https://soundcloud.com/kboman/midsummer
    Yesterday: https://soundcloud.com/kboman/warmup-in-e

    I'm using Reaper to record/arrange/mix/master everything and then I upload a flac render.
     
  2. Benjammin

    Benjammin Senior Member

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    sounds great :hippie:
     
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    kboman Senior Member

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    Thank you very much! :)
     
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    Freddy G V.I.P. Member

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    I like it. What is your signal path?
     
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    Nice work. I really like it.
     
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    Thanks guys!

    I can go into lots of detail about the signal path and what thing does what and what track but not now on the phone, hehe :) Let me know!

    The guitar goes through this pedalboard:

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    I record into Reaper and use various freeware to process the various sounds.
     
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    Oh the realities of being an exhausted dad! Finally some new stuff for ya:

    https://soundcloud.com/kboman/improv-25-aug-2017

    Essentially four takes - the background bits is three consecutive takes where I just stopped to change settings, then a solo take over that with a fuzz engaged. In Reaper I stereoed the backbone takes and added some light compression to them, then I put everything through a nice reverb. Done!
     

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