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Thread: Backup music v. tuba and acoustic

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    Backup music v. tuba and acoustic

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    Recorded this for some people yesterday....Kind of boring on it's own, since it's meant for backup music to be played along with.

    http://sholnay.com/ul/files/3/kingoftheoard.mp3

    Please keep in mind the acoustic's not a normal acoustic guitar....It was some super shallow thing I haven't seen before (I don't play guitar myself) so that's why it's rather thin sounding.

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    Well balanced and I can see this being good for a backup mix...Playing is smooth on the tuba man.....Yeah the guitar is kind of thin, maybe you could eq it a touch to bring out the bottom end a bit.....

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    Not much to say on the mixing. Both sound good.

    The guitar is ok if you think of it as a ukelele (sp?) or those Hawaiian instruments that the welcoming parties are often seen playing.

    The Tuba is swinging man. Fun line. Throw in light percussion, an accordion, and some dancing dutch girls, and the party's complete.
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    Hey, dont knock the super shallow acoustics! I have an ovation custom legend I love. I will fire back with the tuba solo from hell in a few days, its war.........to be continued.

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