Doing this in two posts so as not to lose my feedback. I'm on a flickering w-fi.jdeyebrows
Thanks JD. You are lucky if you can do several genres. I wish I could. I struggle with one. This is very non-processed, it's basically a live demo, with a few extra tracks. Thanks for your kind words and well done joining in the community spirit, makes this place much more fun. Cheers.Bobfish
Too kind Bob. Nearly emotional? I think I know what you mean. Thanks for the thumbs up, although from where you are sitting it actually looks like a thumbs down! Guitar Fan
I've always wanted a 12-string. But I doubt if I could tune one or ever manage to change the strings
Glad it's clear on iPhone. SoundClick is a bit temperamental on my iPod. Depends if there's a download button on whether song will play or not. Merci.Minerman
Far too kind James. No one really mentioned clarity too much but I actually recorded this at the 24-bit setting on the AW1600. First time ever. It limits you to 8 tracks instead of 16. But should have more audio definition (you'd think). I'm not entirely sure I hear any more clarity. And once it's mashed into an MP3 ... ? I think consistency is easier when you limit yorself to one style and use a consistent recrding technique. This is just 7 tracks and one send effect. How many tacks were on your last one? Probably more, and a greater challenge. (James, isn't your second name Bryson? So there are now two on the forum?)Topo
What lovely words Howard. There's a calmness in simplicity. The B string: Could be that the acoustic is capoed at the 7th fret on all three tracks. I have a brass capo but it may not have sat right. There are no fret grooves on my fretboard there. I also tend to pick the B string harder. Bad habit (just like those monks) that could give some metallic resonance.