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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by Mellencaster, Feb 23, 2018.
Mark, with "manual delay" I did not mean a technical device, but the musical outcome.
Completed it last night but I didn't have time to edited it until this morning.
I'm still "recording-challenged" - but it was fun to play along with the track looking for different directions to go.
Daytime TV rocks out eventually ...
Long live the compressor! Love the sound, the two guitars sound absolutely beautiful together. Nice melodic playing.
@estreet : Carl, you made a little opera out of it! Very well thought oet and structured (though I have to admit that for me that beautiful tremolo clean guitar would have been sufficient!).
A sweet take with pretty runs and tone Mike. The duel guitars work nicely with a cool call-and-response. Sweet one!
Wow, a cool showcase of guitar tone and styles Carl. Very nice.
@estreet - Great tone, vibe and licks. Well played Sir!
@Mellencaster - Nice 70s Folk vibe with some crazy yet well used effects. Very cool and well played!
@Alan L Cole - Classic tone with some attitude in the licks. Really good track, well done!
@NWinther - The rotating effect works well, and your playing really shines on this one. Very cool!
@udoering - Such a classic tone, and great use of restraint so the track could breath. Sweet!
@Mjark - Great take. Smooth tone and some sweet licks. Very nice!
@estreet Nice production at the end and the tremolo was very tasteful but next time a little more please . Your clean tone is excellent .
@theduck Nicely played indeed .The love the swells and your tone , soulful track.
Heart felt and passionate playing Mr. Duck. Nice use of reverb/delay and cool tone. Very nice!
@theduck : lovely melodic playing with a lot of gimmicks like the octaves. Not to forget the use of the major seventh!
Thanks to you all...ehh did not add any extra acoustic, the tremolo is more a chopper(as it is a hard shut down of the sound) but it does the softer tremolo like thing as well No rotary was used!
Will get back to you all later!
Just an imaginary soundtrack, if you will, ... here's the setting
A young jilted young Maiden is standing on a lush green precipice, high above a raging dark Sea. Her lover had just left her. She stands sobbing, dejected, and alone, feeling the weight of the world on her heart and soul.
Suddenly, she hears a voice calling her name over the wind. Running towards her, with outstretched arms, is her lover !!!
As they fall together in united embrace, his flip-flop snags her purse laying on the ground, over the cliff he goes, arms flailing, silently mouthing her name as he sails to the rocks below....landing squarely upon a Seagull perched there...
This soundtrack is dedicated to the unsuspecting Seagull...and Feathers and Foam
I'm in process of trying to figure out why I'm having issues with latency. I appears *someone* has filled up my "C" drive. I'm not sure quite what to do yet.
Thank for listening !!! At least I can still get here on my iPad until I get things sorted. I'm way way behind now...
Bullfweet Ha! Nice story!Lovely instrumental Mike, very fluid playing and it tells a tale.Sounds great.
What a great track!
Beautiful Mr. C. I see your tragic tale and love for seagulls (the hell with the guy who fell to his death) brought out some impassioned playing from you. Seriously Mike, awesome playing!
Sweet emotive soloing Kevin - nice tone.
@knh555 That's sweet!Emotional playing Kevin , it sounds lovely.