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Friday, June 22, 2007

Makin' Music

I haven't been playing my guitars or doing anything musical in a long time, so last night I wiped the dust off my 3-string bass and the wooden hollowbody and recorded this. It's just a simple little groove, but it makes me happy. It was hard to remember just how to use my recording software after all this time.

(Update:) Ugh. I forgot about the difference between how things sound in headphones and how they sound through speakers. Listening to this from my work computer, the bass disappeared and guitar turned to mud. That could say more about my computer speakers than the recording... but I doubt it since most music sounds just fine on my work PC. Sound balancing is tougher than it looks. Almost as tough as playing your guitar in sync with previous tracks!

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