Chuckles wrote:LMAO.... I have that same "AAAHHH!" absolutely, 100% nailed!
Don't know if it's my bad internet connection down the shore or if the recording levels were too hot or what (it really had a lot of hiss on what I could hear here...), but the guit seemed a little too fuzzy for my tastes. The playing (and inter-playing) were fabulous, however! You guys are way onto something.
Who are y'all playing with? Bass, keys and drumz deserve compliments too!
Yea,that's pretty much a universal "AAAHHH!" whether spoken or just thought!
I'm not using any distortion or OD here though I an using my Blaster pedal. I usually don't have that at more than 1/3 of the way and it doesn't usually break up the signal at that setting. I think it's a combo of the rec level of my guitar (amp was miked) and the recording itself. Not nearly as fuzzy (though still a bit) when I converted to wav and burned to disc. In real time I remember it being pretty clean.
The 'other guys' aren't registered here (mkaufman-guitarist/vocals is) so i'm reluctant to name names though first names certainly do no harm.
Bass/ b/u vocals and reluctant recording gizmo guy is Greg.
Drums and itchin' to gig is J.P.
Keys and brandy new (these recordings are his 1st jam with us) is Ken (Ken Keys(ey-tehe)
And of course Mr. Kaufman on rhytm guitar/vocals.
Thanks for the support Chuckles - on another note (and I'm sure you're familiar w/this story) our most recent jam this weds nite was somewhat disjointed and rough. Wasn't our night. And to top it off we left the recording 'pause' button on the whole time, thus no recording! Maybe mercifully so!