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    Minimalist arrangement for solo guitar. ORTF mic config at 3 ft. Thinking it needs something else... I might add a rhythm guitar - maybe some kind of hand percussion.

    EDIT: link updated with a bit of rhythm guitar

    Tim
    Last edited by XLR; 03-31-2006 at 14:55.

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    Tim, I think it sounds great. Adding to it, will change it, but that is not a bad thing. More, in this case, could be really cool. Percussion, or just a bit more depth in the rythum, would really expand this.

    But as always, very nice sounds. Well played, and well captured. Very clean, and crisp. And, it sounds like you had some fun with it.
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    ditto. one critique i'd like to share is that i think the panning of the separate riffs is a little too separated. you probably know which parts i'm talking about. those parts just kind of jumped out at me, but i enjoyed every bit of the song. day tripper was the first song i learned. it's very fun, indeed.

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    those parts just kind of jumped out at me
    I think I know which parts you mean... could do with either those parts nestling back in a little more towards centre or pan the other parts to match the width so that the take that sticks out at the moment doesn't come across as prominent. At least I think that's how I'd do it anyways

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    very nice --- I like your Beatles covers !!!
    this one could use what the original has for percussion --- tamborines

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    Thanks Dogman, innobidova, Synkrotron, johnnymegabyte for listening and the comments.

    I agree about the edit point sound differnce. I think I've got it working better with the new mix (same link) that has the rhythm guitar added. Let me know what you think.

    Still working on a guitar hand percussion track that I may add later.

    Tim
    Last edited by XLR; 03-31-2006 at 15:11.

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    Excellent Tim, really enjoyed this. The overall sound was great on my system (or lack of system) No nitpicks from the snake bots. Also, I agree that I could hear tambourine really adding to parts of this version.
    Great listen

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    Tim, I've been a big fan of yours for a while....

    I feel this has some undue mud in the lower mids. Maybe the room or the verb? Maybe you were going for the room sound, I dunno. Playing is faultless, as ever...really good take on it.

    What's your own thoughts?
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    I always enjoy the stuff you post..really nice playing...I agree that it is just a bit thick in the mid/lower spectrum but otherwise,sounds really cool.Nice job!
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    Great rendition of a classic tune. I like the "thickness" on the main riff actually. Gives it a noticeable edge over the other guitars. Rhythm guitar is an added plus - cool flamenco style in the one part.... Excellent palying as always, very nice mix too....it's all good for me......

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