So thanks to everyone's wonderful advice a few months back on that thread I started, I
promised I would eventually do my own recording and try a few things out.
well I've had some spare time and my brother and I sat down and did this, to stir up a
It was at home, with the X/Y Condenser pair on my H4, running into a Wav Editor,
With us about a meter from the pair. It has had no processing except normalization (and
hard limiting at a very high threshold which probably didn't even reach anything).
I'm beginning to think that really the more you hold your hands up and say "this
is what we have, this is what we can do" the less weird your recordings sound, and the
less issues show up.
yes it's slightly nosey, but it's not that nosey, yes
it's bare, but it's not that bare. it just sounds, grand... and is perfect for a demo. if
we started messing around as you fix one imagined problem and possibly over compensate
while doing so, more issues would arrise.
the question I would have for you
guys is, would you compress this? EQ it? do other things to it? etc. is it one "trick of
the trade" or "a quick notch in the mid-high range" away from actually being a lovely
I was happy with our performance mind, but I mean in terms of sound
I'm hope I'm alive to see the 70's
Edited by Aurongroove (23/11/12 04:43 AM)