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Sailing, Christopher Cross 1980

"Sailing" is a 1980 soft rock song written and recorded by American artist Christopher Cross.  
The song won Grammy Awards for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Arrangement of the Year, and helped Cross win the Best New Artist award.

Dedicated to all our Sailors, most especially to our active duty US Navy Personnel, and their families!!!

Peace and Love!!!…

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Peaceful Easy Feeling, Eagles 1972

"Peaceful Easy Feeling" is a song written by Jack Tempchin and recorded by the Eagles. It was the third single from the band's 1972 debut album Eagles.

Jack Tempchin wrote the song during a period in which he was performing at folk coffee shops around his hometown of San Diego, birthplace of my son Enrico, and daughter Clarissa.

Peace and Love to all peoples of the world!!!!


Finally got the band's retirement tracks done!

I posted a few tracks a while back from my band who sadly finished during covid due to one of us being really ill. I had three fairly easily, but the final three tracks were more of a problem. Luckily, we often recorded ourselves - macbook into the Midas M32 on Cubase - and as we use in-ears, the recordings are always quite clean as the stage volume is pretty low, so I even lifted one missing guitar solo from a gig in a different venue.

Recording in stereo - Real Acoustic Performances

It seemed sensible, before starting to do the video on recording choirs, to explain a little about the differing techniques you can use to record 'real' stereo - as in recording the placement of individual sound sources within a stereo soundfield. Quite different from our usual multitrack method of panning the various tracks to their proper location. Recording with just a pair of microphones means we have to do the job in particular ways - and many of these have 'labels' - X/Y, A/B, ORTF, Blumlein, M/S and many others.

Work showcase ; Live recording audio/video with M/S and T47

Hi guys,

We had this category a while back called showcase your work.
It's been a while since I presented a recording on my own and after a while commenting on others, I thought I was due to post something

This has been done with a friend last night. One take voc/guitar live recording with an added back vocal.
Very little mixing done.
I know it's not perfect but it's always fun to hear what you get from a recording setup and not from hours of mixing.
Comments are welcome ! ;)

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Live Recording of Blues Band

Hi all!

I always enjoy reading how people approached recording situations, so I thought I would share my latest here. I don't post much, but I read every day and appreciate all the good ideas and advice I have seen here on the forum over the years.

I recently was hired to do a live recording of a local blues/rock band. The band consists of guitar, bass, and drums, with the bassist and guitarist on vocals. The venue was a typical bar/pub.

Here is the link to a track from the recording:


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