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Old 02-26-2021, 06:03 AM
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Default Stephen Wake Slip Jig

Hi all, newcomer here thought I'd put my most recent recording up.
This is just the first of a set of 3 slip jigs arranged by Stephen, I've since learned them all, but not sure if I have it in me to record them haha!
My first or second time recording a guitar 'duet', anyone have any tips for mixing/recording the same guitar for accompaniment and melody?


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Old 02-26-2021, 09:58 AM
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Good to see you posting here Kenneth - good job on this, not making life easy are you...
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Really really cool. impressive technique (nice control on the tremolo) and both guitar parts merge really cohesively.
Looking forward to more recordings!
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Nice work.
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Hi Kenneth, I haven't been on the FB Celtic page much lately, I'm glad to see you here. Welcome to the forum.

Great job!
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That was really nice. Thanks for posting.
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Really nice. Thanks. Will watch for the others when you record them.

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Nicely done!
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Glad I caught this one, well done !
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Very nice job on this Kenneth!

I enjoyed that!

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Good to see you posting here Kenneth - good job on this, not making life easy are you...
Haha, cheers Peter. Working from home has driven me to forums again!

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Really really cool. impressive technique (nice control on the tremolo) and both guitar parts merge really cohesively.
Looking forward to more recordings!
Thanks man! You're obviously a Tony McM fan, do you know Stephen's stuff?

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Hi Kenneth, I haven't been on the FB Celtic page much lately, I'm glad to see you here. Welcome to the forum.

Great job!
Hi! Aye, my learning/recording/interaction has been quite sporadic due to lack of motivation etc. Trying to correct that. Thanks!

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Thanks very much! Enjoying reading my way through this forum!
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Great performance and wonderful sounding guitar.
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Beautiful...it's nice to cross paths with Stephen
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Old 03-01-2021, 04:19 AM
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Great performance and wonderful sounding guitar.
Cheers Bob!

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Definitely. His touch and musicality are fantastic, but it helps that his arranging is fantastic. I've learnt so much from his arrangements.
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