[Herts] Sound talk

David Honour thegoatee at tiscali.co.uk
Thu May 17 17:29:15 BST 2007

I think that it ought to be doable, I can't make it to the next meeting though 
unforunately as I have a GCSE exam on the day of the meeting and again on the 
following day.

That does mean though that when the July meeting comes I can prepare properly 
as I will have left school (plus i'll be 16, woo!).

As a general invitation bring whatever you want to bring, I can provide mics 

I was thinking that I would bring:
-An electric guitar (possibly a les paul or a strat)
-A pod (effects pedal)
-An electro-accoustic guitar (steel strings)
-My pc (with midi cables)
-PA (for mixer and amplification)
-Keyboard (Yamha P90)
-Drum machine (some old Boss thing)
-Couple of dynamic mics
-Couple of instrument condenser mics
-Maybe violin/mandolin/ukelele

I have a bass, but, it's awful. Anyone with a decent one please say.

If I have missed something then please say, I have music tomorrow so I don't 
have a chance to check.

That sound OK?

On Thursday 17 May 2007 15:41:04 Steve Clark wrote:
> David Honour wrote:
> > It would mean bringing my rig down + keyboard and decent speakers, but it
> > should be doable.
> >
> > I was thinking that i could bring down keyboard and guitar and make an
> > example piece, record it, add effects, mix it, master it, burn it!
> That sounds awesome. Do you think it's viable in a 60-90 minute slot? I
> can bring a guitar and possibly other stuff if it make it easier for
> you. I'm working out what kit I would need to start on some recording.
> > I would discuss:
> > -Jack
> > -Ardour
> > -Rosegarden
> > -Hydrogen
> > -Jack Rack
> > -JAMin
> I've read about some of those. I'm keeping an eye on Jokosher. It looks
> like a good tool for the basic stuff I want. I've played briefly with
> Audacity, but I don't think it's really targeted at multi-track recording.
> I look forward to the talk. Perhaps we can discuss it on IRC some time.

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