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Old 08-16-2015, 04:46 PM
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Aloha & Mahalo Trevor & Derek,

Thanks for reprising this old thread, Trevor.

And Derek, no matter how many times I hear it or on which gear, your original wav. file recording of "Rebecca" is as great an acoustic recording of a great original song that I have ever heard.

http://dcoombsguitar.com/Guitar%20Music/Rebecca.wav

Wonderful, intimate & accessible music. And close-miking so clear you can really hear the complete decay & natural reverberation of each note inside your guitar. Amazing! And it doesn't clip out any speaker source I play it through?!? How'd you get your mastering levels so high without issues?

It is so great to hear "Rebecca" once again!

Mahalo a nui,

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Thanks Chris. That guitar has a lot of internal reverberation and overtone content. A good song for it. I let the notes hang on somewhat to bring that out - especially at the very end.
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Thanks Trevor. Some small amount of reverb was used. Don't remember which one, let alone any settings.
No worries. It's enough to know that with perseverance and practice the sound you achieved is possible.

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Old 08-22-2015, 10:59 AM
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I just came across this recording of Rebecca - great all around, from the song itself, to the playing and capture.

It'd be great if the M295 recordings could be put back up.

Thanks and congratulations.
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Yeah that's a terrific recording
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I just came across this recording of Rebecca - great all around, from the song itself, to the playing and capture.

It'd be great if the M295 recordings could be put back up.

Thanks and congratulations.
Thanks. Here is a demo clip of a piece of mine using the same guitar with the M295 mikes - however different mike positions, different tune, and different reverb.
http://dcoombsguitar.com/Guitar%20Mu...eThingDemo.wav
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Very much appreciated, Derek, another solidly played and executed piece.

To my ears, "Rebecca" had a more classical feel to it, while "A Simple Thing" has more air and depth. Cool to see how the same instrument and player can produce significantly different results when the signal chain is modified.

Thanks again, and have a great Sunday.
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