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« on: January 29, 2016, 05:46:26 AM »

I just heard this song today, and figured it out pretty quick.  Played on my JCL 40th Anniversary Edition.
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1971 Yamaha FG200 (My original guitar)
1996 Yamaha DW5S
2002 Yamaha LL500
1990 Goodall Rosewood Standard
2007 Larrrivee JCL 40th Anniversary
1998 Larrivee OM5MT
1998 Larrivee D10 Brazilian "Flying Eagle"
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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2016, 07:48:52 AM »

Just gave it a listen.  Nice playing and the JCL sounds great.  I thought there was a bit too much reverb/echo on the voice.  Your vocal seemed to be coming from a different place than the guitar.  I'm no recording expert so would be interested to know what others think strictly from a technical recording point of view.
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« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2016, 01:43:18 PM »

Well done...  enjoyed your playing and singing...   +1    BobW
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« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2016, 04:05:36 PM »

Just gave it a listen.  Nice playing and the JCL sounds great.  I thought there was a bit too much reverb/echo on the voice.  Your vocal seemed to be coming from a different place than the guitar.  I'm no recording expert so would be interested to know what others think strictly from a technical recording point of view.

I actually recorded this in 3 tracks.  First I laid down the guitar part, then sang the vocal, then added the little guitar lead part in the instrumental.  So I just need to lower the vocal feed
a little to balance it out.  This is really a bare bones recording set up.  I use a Snowball mic that I plug into my Macbook Air running Garageband.  I used the classic vocal setting in Garageband, which probably has some reverb in it.  I may go back and edit that too.
Thanks for the comments.
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1971 Yamaha FG200 (My original guitar)
1996 Yamaha DW5S
2002 Yamaha LL500
1990 Goodall Rosewood Standard
2007 Larrrivee JCL 40th Anniversary
1998 Larrivee OM5MT
1998 Larrivee D10 Brazilian "Flying Eagle"
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