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larryguitar19

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larryguitar
May 29th, 2016 10:08 PM        

Here is my simple set up. It's just me and acoustic guitar Here is the chain<br /> <br /> Martin HD28>Aura>Stereo Memory Man>Yamaha EMX 512<br /> Shure 57>TC Helicon Voice Live>Yamaha EMX 512<br /> <br /> From there Mixer to Apogee One to MacPro with Logic Pro.<br /> <br /> Added a little reverb and fixed the EQ.<br /> <br />



stiggowitz

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stigg "Geezer, and still lov'in it"!
May 30th, 2016 09:45 AM        

good voice good song:0)



larryguitar19

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larryguitar
May 30th, 2016 06:45 PM        

Another song done the same way except on this one I turned off the monitor.



larryguitar19

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larryguitar
Jun 1st, 2016 08:52 PM        

So now I'm officially addicted.



larryguitar19

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larryguitar
Jun 2nd, 2016 10:44 PM        

I'm outta control.....



Warren Pederson



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Jun 3rd, 2016 10:41 PM        

sweet<br />



Rockit!

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Peace
Jun 8th, 2016 04:05 PM        

Nice sound. Good job.



larryguitar19

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larryguitar
Jun 8th, 2016 07:49 PM        

another submission.



larryguitar19

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larryguitar
Jun 8th, 2016 07:52 PM        

single track recording of voice and guitar.



larryguitar19

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larryguitar
Jun 8th, 2016 08:00 PM        

shelter<br /> <br /> I do the photos with my iPhone.



Juice Nichols

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Same ol **** but my hair's longer
Jun 9th, 2016 07:50 AM        

Nice job Larry. <br /> <br /> If you're really getting into recording, I would highly recommend getting a decent large diaphragm condenser mike. While an SM57 will "work" on just about any sound source, a good mike will really make that Martin come alive and give your recordings a more polished sound.<br /> <br /> Recording is a slippery slope. 10 years ago all I had was a small Yamaha USB mixer and an MXL mike. Since that time my interest has grown to a degree in music production and thousands of dollars in recording equipment. It's gotten to the point I have to sneak new stuff in the house to keep my wife from seeing it. (just kidding)



larryguitar19

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larryguitar
Jun 9th, 2016 09:01 AM        

Thanks Juice.<br /> <br /> I totally get what you are saying about a better mic. I figured this out by experimenting by just moving the equipment around. I was surprised how much of a difference that made.<br /> <br /> So now I have an AKG 48v condenser. I'm looking at a good boom stand and a decent set of monitors.<br /> <br /> I'm limited though. I do this in my condo late at night when I'm bored. I found out that a good mic will pick up all the ambient room noise that we ignore. So my noise floor has the air conditioner and street noise outside my balcony. <br /> <br /> I don't have a solution for that short of buying a new house. But I will admit I'm thinking on it...<br /> <br />



Juice Nichols

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Same ol **** but my hair's longer
Jun 9th, 2016 10:08 AM        

I can see where that would be a problem Larry. It's amazing the stuff a mike will pick up that you can't normally hear. I can hear people talking when they walk down the street outside my house with the headphones on. <br /> <br /> Fortunately, I don't live in an apartment, but I still have to pick and choose when I'm going to lay down some tracks. Early in the morning or late at night is the best time and I turn the AC up about 5 degrees before I start so it won't come on in the middle of a track.



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