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    Bumble Bee twist

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    Get ready to twist kids.

    Just finished test Mix 1
    Bumble bee twist

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    I liked it a lot!!!!!
    Listen to my fantabulous music here
    My music

    G.F.C.G. 000 039

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    Thanks there JP.

    Mmmmm, Beavers are good.

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    I am going to change the intro drum part and leave the rest of the mix as is.

    Didn't get much feeback so it must be fine.

    Oh yeah, I am thinking of changing the title to Beaver twist.

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    Real 50's or 60's sounding guitars and reverb on this tune. Nice......
    The playing is top notch and the recording is good.

    Can you share the instruments/recording techniques you used?

    I don't have any problems with this at all. The drums at the beginning are fine by me but go ahead and change them and repost and we'll have a listen....

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    What a fun song!

    Bass drum sound is kinda wierd IMO.

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    Thanks for the listen guys, I guess she's ready to get filed away on a hard drive somewhere on my network.

    Can you share the instruments/recording techniques you used?
    ido,
    I use a real simple recording and mixing process for all my stuff.

    If I am recording a real tube amp, I use a SM57 direct into my computer sound card.
    I also use a computer Guitar amp modelling program called Guitar Rig. That of course is a direct pipline in the computer.

    I use a simple mixing program by Acoustica called mixcraft to record the tracks and mix it all down. I use acoustica's drum program also called Beatcraft. Both are very simple easy to use programs.

    On the Bumble Bee tune I used a hand made 2 x 10 fenderish type combo amp and a SM57. Beatcraft for the drums and a Cheap Ibanez bass and Bastard Strat #1.

    The amp and guitars info are on this page.
    Amp and Guitar page
    BTW, this kind of stuff is not all I do, this vintage surf stuff is just something I have a soft spot for from when I was a childrens.

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    Listening at work on my crappy pc speakers.....just wanted to say I really enjoyed this!Very nice playing and I love the verby guitar tone you captured here.Diggin' it!!
    Lacking focus

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    Thanks vari, same for your stuff.

    If you guys are interested in hearing more, I have two pages of tunes.
    Page 1 is real tube amps.
    Page 2 is Guitar Rig, the Amp modelling program.

    Some of the stuff on these two pages are amp tone demos, not tunes.
    Page 1
    Page 2

    I demo amp tones for guys that want to hear what a particular amp type sounds like. Usually for amp demos I just take a backing track like a ZZ top or BB king tune, sing it into the background and make a quickie amp demo out of that.

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