Anybody know anything about this?
They're offering offering a Logic X course with 47 hours of video for $15.
I can make Logic work, just not very efficiently and maybe something like this could speed things up.
Brett and Rennie are here in ABQ. Very nice people. Brett even gave advice on some of our mixes.
Their songs are enigmatic, magical, depressing and uplifting. The melodies work perfectly with their lyrics...amazing musicians.
We had the exact same issue. We had the "talk" and lost a bass player and a friend. We found another bass player who was perfect for us, and the former bass player went on to form a successful cover band. You just never know.
When we first decided to record at home we were told we could get 90% of a professional sound inexpensively. That last 10% was going to cost.
We did this on a budget...modest ADK LDC, really good compressor, and GarageBand. (It helps to have great talent in front of the mic.)
We were at the Country Music HOF a few years ago. While we were browsing the gift shop a clerk asked if were staying to see Jerry Douglas.,,Duh! He and a guitar player and bassist set up in a corner with no PA and played and talked for about an hour. There were less than twenty people listening...
Thanks. We cut a notch out of the acoustic track where the Tele frequencies were. A little EQ goes a long way. (I don't have my notes and don't remember the frequencies but it was somewhere in the middle.)
We do that a lot. We work on developing complimentary parts that are different but work well together.
This on has my distorted tele with Christina's acoustic...It's a little obvious. This one is more an example of working out parts. The tele is clean and the acoustic is capo'd up pretty high...
We've done four mics and eight mics. Eight mics is better. We also record the drums, (and everything else), individually. Record a scratch track live with a click track and usually the bass going in direct. Then come back and redo each instrument.
Our room is very live and reverberates at D. So...
We usually record acoustics with both onboard pups and mics, (usually a LDC and ribbon). It's nice to be able to blend everything.
This was mostly LDC with a touch of pickup. This one is mostly the pickup with an LDC for a little air.
It also helps to have a really good player.