So me and my band want to record an EP and we want it out by summer. I called up the studio and they said they could book us for a day in 2 weeks or we could wait until May cause they're really booked. I am going to be really busy in 2 weeks and im afraid we might not be rehearsed enough. This is going to be a very fast recording session....only 5 hours or so....and we're doing the songs live....so what do you guys think? should we take this opportunity or wait for another 2 months???
I need some help from the pit.....well heres the story. Me and my friend have booked a DJ gig at a christmas party and just recently me and him had a huge falling out that he started. Now he refuses to talk to me, I have emailed him reminding him about the gig but I have gotten no response. The gig is on december 18th and time is running out for me because he has all the equipment and music for the gig. I basically have nothing. What makes it worse is that the person who told us about the gig is my uncle and he is counting on me to DJ it because its his party. He's basically the best uncle anyone could ask for and I really hate to let him down by being forced to back out because my friend refuses to talk to me.
So what should I do???? I'm really confused.......
I like my ME-50. It's wah is a little weak and so is its distortion (Though you don't have to worry about that), but other then that, solid state equipment. Love the wierd sounds you can make mixing phaser or chorus with delays like tap and analog delays. Cool presets and simple to use. Bring your own distortion and wah though.
hey yeah i've got a Yamaha DTXpress II which i pretty good, it has a drum module with over 100 songs and voices, you can record with it too, it has 3 tom toms, a snare pad, a kick and 1 hi hat and 1 crash and 1 ride pads. I find i really great and the rest of the yamahas are good too i've heard. So anything in the line of yamaha drums are ok. I think i paid around 300 for it or something, not too sure.
Hello, we're Relik, a alternative rock band hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our most popular songs include: Goodbye, Their Love Ain't Free, Blazing and Salutations. Our debut album "Into Infinity" is streaming and available for download at http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=702615