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Vol. 24, No. 5: February-March 2020
inspiration / Motivation
Recording Tips / Methods
Songwriting / Composition
The Power To Release
The Rediscovered (Archive)
In Review (Archive)
Join Us (Free)
Glossary of Terms
Home Studio Registry: Paul Whyte
Recording knowledge level
MIDI knowledge level
Commonly work (with)
Making a full length alblum. Utilizing more insturments in recording than just guitar, bass, and drums.
Epiphone Les Paul,telecaster, ibanez 7-string, 12-string acoustic, a couple of peavy basses,5string fender p-bass, a couple of "no-name" electric-guitars with good sound.
Yamaha DJX, a "no name" keyboard with alot of unique sounds and effects.
Vintage drum set. DJX rythm section. Turn table generated beats. obscure origon hand drum. drum machine.
Digi-tech multi effects processor. Boss guitar effects processor. Zoom guitar effects processor. On board effects processor on the 12 track. 24bit stereo effects unit.
SM-58, SM-57, and an array of large and small diaphram condensor mics. There are several other various types also.
Usually just use the 12 track's mixer, 12 channel mixer, and 24 channel board
Sony double tape deck. And a porta-studio 424 tascam.
Hard disk recorders
Akai 12 track
Home stereo amp and speakers. we have several pairs of head phones with varying quality laying around. A quality pair of powered studio monitors.
An organ. and an assortment of amps. Two turntables. trumpet.
We spend most of our time coming up with original, creative ideas. With some arranging and Jamming these ideas evolve into songs. Isn't that always the case?