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Old 1st March 2005, 08:32 PM   #1
Andy G is offline Andy G  Australia
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Default Some music for y'all

For those that don't know, I do hobby audio mixing for quite a few live bands in my local area... Newcastle. NSW. Australia

Many of these bands are formative, or 'once in a while' gigs, and I try to get basic 'live to stereo' recordings of most of them.

They are in Windows Media format (sorry if that doesn't suit some people), and a fast connection would be advisable !!

The aim is to post recordings in a reasonably good quality format. (its a space vs quality judgement). The turn around time for a particular collection will hopefully be 2-4 weeks

Anyhow..... here are most of the tracks from a recent gig.

Enjoy !! Feed back on if peoples like them would be nice :-)

http://users.tpg.com.au/users/gradd...ve%20Music.htm:)
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Old 1st March 2005, 08:42 PM   #2
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http://users.tpg.com.au/users/gradds...ve%20Music.htm
Back when you first posted this the link did work.

Did you plug cables during the recording? (first song for example)
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Old 1st March 2005, 09:00 PM   #3
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Default you mean about 30 secs in??

that was something Justin did to his amp... weird noise hey !

Hey, no sound check etc... set up and play, so naturally the first track is a bit wobbly !!

and the band was just getting to know each other..
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that was something Justin did to his amp... weird noise hey !
You can tell Justin that I almost died with my headphones on.

I´m no recording engineer but I think the mix is quite good.
Don´t really like to hear cover-bands anymore so that doesn´t help.
(played in one myself...)

I could play this to my buddy if you want some professional comments.

Nice idea BTW.
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Old 1st March 2005, 09:39 PM   #5
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Default Professional......??? lol !!!

my aim is to get the best recording I can with the simplest gear, on the fly with no post mixing !!

If was aiming at a truly professional product I would approach things much differently !.. like feeding direct outs to a multitrack recorder so I could mix it later.

But by all mean let him hear it, on the proviso he understands how it was recorded

As for the "cover" music stuff, I can understand your point.

Justin, Nick, Nik, Annie, Romano all have separate bands they play in and do quite a large proportion of their own music, but when you just throw a band together from bits and pieces (that's what the "Band of No-Goods" is), it is far easier to play stuff they have all at least heard !!

btw.... "Fly on the wall" was actually written by Nik's grandfather
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