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This is my first post on this forum. A one take livingroom recording of Midnight Turning Day Blues by Jimmie Rodgers.
Guitar and vocals – Peter Sundstedt
Reso – Petter Törnqvist
Banjo – Andreas Sundlöf
Crappy sound on this one, hopefully it will be better next time.
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This is a tune I played on recently for a friend who is a singer/evangelist. Thought it turned out pretty nice, so I thought I'd share. A little out of the bag.
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I haven't shared any music lately so here is a clip of my new dobro tune, "Shuckin' the Acorns" from the new Kathy Kallick Band cd, in final production and to be released this fall. This is a mix and hasn't been mastered yet so it will sound nicer and cleaner in final form. After Annie's fiddle break she joins me in harmony for the last time through. The band had been having fun with a tune called "Shaking Down the Acorns" that we got from Martino Coppo so I wanted to contribute something in that vein for the new cd. Kathy has done it again and written some really great new songs for the new record and there is lots of dobro throughout....I'm really fortunate to be part of this.read more »
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This is my first audio posting to the nation. This is from a demo recording I made of the group I play with regularly, The FREE Rangers, doing a great Mickey Newbury tune. Most of the demo is live recording, though I did use the opening portion to overdub the original and try to work out what I wanted to actually end up playing. Hope you like it.
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I uploaded a quick sample of the Koa from Tom Warner. My mixer and gear are in the band trailer, so I only did it with the built in condenser and Garage Bandon the mac. I was about 1 foot away. Nothing in particular just showing the sustain and growl up and down the neck.
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I don't think I posted this here at ResoNation. My friend Casey MacGill and I recently
contributed a song to a website having the stated mission of playing
every song in the Beatles catalog with ukulele included in each song.
The song we were assigned was I Feel Fine. Casey sings lead and plays
uke and cornet, Matt Weiner plays bass, I play everything else and
recorded and mixed the track. I tried to cop the original guitar solo on
dobro and used some dobrolic noises to approximate the feedback intro.
It was fun to do and there are some other cool tunes on the site too
(check out Gerald Ross' solo uke version of Penny Lane). If you want to check out some of the other tunes follow the link.
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Just some fun with BIAB..type in chords create a small melody on the dobro and the program does the rest...
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Inspired by the Natalie Merchant rendition.
Tom Bleu Mortensen-Wechter/Scheerhorn 9524RLB Reso, Harmonica and Key Bass
Becky Buller-Banjo, Acoustic Guitar and Fiddle
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Here's a song idea I'm working on.
It's recorded using a Cascade X15 Stereo Ribbon with the Lundahl Transformer ---> into the Apogee Duet ---> Into Pro Tools 9 ---> a touch of Eq boost on 5 and 6 k and a tad Reverb. Enjoy!