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Break it Down
« on: October 11, 2009, 19:01:26 »

The tune is here:

The girls went out to shop for a purse. I stayed home and did this instead. Yes.. there is distortion in the vocals - in part intended - but the crackles were not. I'm learning that V-Vocal does not like a signal that is too hot. This is my 2nd tune using native instrument's Guitar Rig 4 - since I got the $99 upgrade (software only) through Cakewalk I gotta admit it is totally worth that price.

This tune came about in the weirdest way - I wanted to play my strat and almost used the amplifier (rare occasion!!) but decided on guitar rig because I was to lazy to use mics. Anyway - I set up session drummer to give me a beat and played the leads first which is very strange. And then I added rhythm guitar, bass, vocals, keys in that order. Since the leads were first I'm surprised it hangs together as well as it does. The leads did end up being sliced and diced in the end.

Year: 2009

brave new world

Artist's description:
strat copy with lace pickups and NI guitar rig * 2
vocals sliced and diced into 2
Korg MS2000 rhodes
Washburn bass through NI guitar rig
Dimension Pro pad
Session Drummer 3
Sonar 8.5

Mooses_AN provided the plastic didgeridoo sample last year.
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