Update...Black on Black, now with special whitening agents and grease relief.
Production values, Sigg. The previous version didn't have em. I just tuned all the knobs to the right. I understand if you like it that way, but everyone else complained that they couldn't hear the music for the noise.
Reminds me of some of the things we did in biology class, I remember one guy adapted that song Big Pimpin' to be Big Lipids, pretty funny stuff.
Jesus Joe... you must have listened to bob dylan like nonstop back then
Nothing wrong with Jeff's playing. The production is just ok. I've worked with a real board and would gladly do so again.
Hey what do you think about the production of Metallica's, Death Magnetic? It seems like they've taken the "volume war" or whatever to the extreme. I've always found that a little obnoxious and the way they mixed that album has severely reduced my ability to enjoy the good music they recorded on there.
I can't stand Metallica's production. It's always been terrible, no matter who does the producing. They used to not let the bass be heard, now it's twisting the dials to the right and then applying massive doses of compression to even everything out. It sounds awful, like a transistor radio attached to a kicker box, and their songs get worse and worse as they go along.
Did I say I can't stand Metallica's production? Honestly, I don't much care for Metallica either. They have a few songs that I like, and I think Kirk Hammett's stylings are cool to listen to, but they're so over-rated it's ridiculous. Did you see them desecrate those songs on the RNR Hall of Fame show? *gags* They just have no idea.
"Some people call me the space cowboy, some call me the gangster of love."
-- Albert Einstein
"I am really only interested in a fiction of miracles."
-- Flannery O'Connor
I never had a Dylan phase. I can do a killer impression though. I used to amuse people at work by doing other songs as Bob. The highlight was when I did "Electric Funeral" one day, as Bob. There was so much laughter that customers were coming into the kitchen to see what was happening. I couldn't stop until the song was over.
*sings through nose*
Re-flects in the skyyyyy
Tell yewwwww you're gonna dieeeeeeee
Storm comin' you better hi-yide
From the atomic diiiii=yiiiive
You'll just have to use your imagination.
I found this thread again! Didn't know it got shipped to the New Media forum.
Anyway, here's a little demo style recording that I made using a midi track and garageband. Messing with brushes.
Check it out.
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Why did I ask this question?
Here's a piece written as part of the soundtrack to my blognovel-the idea is that it's a jam between Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis and his band. I don't play quite like Jimi though...did the best I could to approximate his sound.
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