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yo guys whats up. i got tickets to the nin/soundgarden show for july 30th. third time seeing soundgarden in four years man. feels good
Used to be my favourite song on that album. Great ender.
Now my favourite has to be either Life Wasted, Unemployable or Army Reserve. What's y'allzz?
Trailer for that Cameron Crowe PJ documentary: http://www.pj20.com/
Absolutely, except for Get Right. Although Jeff is a beast on that tune.
Ok, so I wanted to start recording. None of that straight into computer BS, I want to mic up the instruments. Because nothing sounds as good as a tube amp. But to get that sound I need to turn up my JCM 800 very loud. I know a lot of the pros do it, but I have no idea how they place the mics.
My friends record with mics, but they don't record loud amps, so it's a little easier. My question is: how would I place the mic (or mics) to acheive the sound of the room? Currently the amp is at my Mom's house which has high ceilings, and a huge carpet over her wood floor, and it sounds absolutely beautiful in there. I want to bring my laptop over there when I get some mics and record.
You lucky bastard, Jon! Did they play that one song together?
Has anyone noticed that this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZ2mbCQdBQA&feature=related sounds an awful lot like Given To Fly. Does anybody know anything about this? I know PJ would never steal stuff, but still...explanations?
I was actually pretty shocked when I found myself liking that song the most. It's not something that I would imagine myself liking, but for some reason I have a soft spot for that one. I didn't like the rest of the album much though.
ok so with the interface I can set each input as a different track?
Would this one work? Its the closest thing I found to the us-2000
Beyond The Mat is such a damn good documentary, even if it is 12 years old.
I've always been a Vs and Ten guy. I can't pick one over the other, but those two are my favorites.
Also, I like No Code more than any of the rest. I'm not sure why, I've just always liked the recklessness in the music on that album, Habit is one of my favorite PJ songs too (I first listened to it on the Who You Are single as the B-Side and loved it).
Then Vitalogy, then self titled, then Yield. I haven't really listened to Backspacer yet, but I've heard one or two songs and wasn't impressed. I didn't like Riot Act or Binaural, found both of those albums boring.
I don't see why everyone says a drummer HAS to be able to play to a click. A lot of great bands have recorded albums without clicks, including modern ones; it gives it a more realistic feel.
Yield has a few good songs, but all of the albums before it are better (and I might contend their self-titled is as well).
Download the reaper trial
search for EQ VST
open 1 track and put all songs on same track
EQ to liking and render as 1 whole song
open up MP3 or Wav (preferably wav) then cut up and re-render each song as a new track
this will take some time but at least you get the same result on all tracks!
Dinosaur Pile-Up - My Rock n Roll
REALLY good band. I was completely blown away by them, partially 'cos I was for some reason under the impression they were a kind of indie/pop-rock band . I've never been great at classifying bands, but when I listened to them, I instantly thought of Feeder and Nirvana... No idea if that's just me, but yeah, check them out!