Today HPE had it's Christmas concert, I have decided to upload my songs again in case anyone enjoys mine and Leighs songwriting (wife).
Here they are!.
Over the years I've gradually taken on the job of *the guy who records stuff* in the three bands I play in.
My setup is focused on staying portable and leaning towards fast/easy to setup and break down, with all of my mics plugging into a Zoom Livetrak L-20. I don't own any ribbons or tube mics, and unlikely to in the short term.
Everything else sounds like it should, but my drum recordings sound off. I know why.
Due to the fact that we cannot perform live at the moment we decided to do a live stream from my studio. We performed our CCR Tribute show and I also recorded the live tracks in the DAW. Guitar was played direct via the Kemper and the Bass was played via the Line 6 Helix.
We setup four cameras (vocals, bass, guitar, drums) and filmed the performance.
I edited the video and put the audio together. It was very successful and went down extremely well.
This is our version of one of the tracks – Suzie Q.
This means Intel will have to drop prices to stay competitive, and AMD Ryzen is now not only a no compromise option in performance, its a clear winner in performance per dollar.
AMD is also supporting motherboards with 128gb RAM capacity!
Ryzen 3000 now supports Thunderbolt 3. This great news for UA users.
I'm looking for a new pair of headphones for our church's front-of-house position.
We have 4 different techs and we all have different opinions about headphones.
One guy has a pair of Ultrasone HFI-650s (I think they sound good) and he's recommending Ultrasone Performance 840s (the most expensive of the lot).
I have heard that the 840s are for bass-heads.
Another guy has a pair of Sony V600s (I'm not a fan) and he's recommending Sony V6s (by far the cheapest of the lot) or 7509s (which I've read a lot of crap reviews about).
I have 2 field recorders (Tascam DR-40) and am recording some classical musicians (piano/violin duo). One of the recorders has a stereo pair of small diaphragm condensers plugged in, and the other has a pair of large diaphragm condensers. For example, the SDC are on the violin and LDC are on the piano.
I record a couple of local classical chamber music series for radio broadcast. For an upcoming gig, the solo classical pianist has asked me to turn over my files from his rehearsal and performance, so he can edit them himself.
I've been doing classical field recording for radio off and on since 1978, and I've never had anyone ask for this before. (Maybe I've lived a sheltered life.)