Midweek Backing Track - The Day After

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  1. knh555

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    This is nothing new there. 'Tis the season. I'm impressed when they get 1100mm of rain in a 24 hour period. The last storm dumped a mere 800mm.
     
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    Lightly heavy with forward and reverse melodies.

     
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    @fendrguitplayr – Meditative. Clear. Calm.

    @bgmacaw – Your spring reverb sound like plate reverb to me. Nice minor ideas.

    @Alan L Cole – Alan, I like the slow start. Then you get sort of Jerry Garcia on it. Cool.

    @estreet – I expected some kind of production from you too ut this wasn't the least bit disappointing.

    @simoncroft - What guitar? I love the tone on this. I hear compression too, I think.

    @knh555 – Trademark wiggle stick. Nice spot in the mix to start out. I like the rhythmic bit before the second guitar comes on top it about 3:00 in.

    @ASATKat - Psychedelic!
     
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    Good trip or bad trip?
     
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    Weren't they always a little of each?
     
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    Fortunately I don't consider this psychedelic. Basically just David Gimour filtered through some Buddy Guy and Joe Walsh.

    Oh, that is psychedelic eh? Well, Ok I'm guilty.
     
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    @ASATKat – A really original take, I thought. We all have influences, but the variety of techniques you brought to this made it your own.

    @Mjark – Thank you for asking. It's my 335 straight into the Focusrite audio box. You are right about the compression, along with some delay and a touch of reverb.
     
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    That reverse delay really scrambles those eggs.

    Thank you
     
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    Seriously, Last time, we went and saw Deliverence when it came out, I never laughed so hard, pissed the audience off, but it was such a funny comedy.
     
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