It was recorded in suboptimal conditions, *behind* the group (but very well placed to capture the bar chatter...), with my new Zoom H4 and its built-in mics. Reverbed and normalized in Digital Performer.saxguy1953 said:What did you use to record out of curiosity?
I love playing with a trio, and I feel very lucky to be playing with John Werick, one of Buffalo's best bass players and a good friend.... It's hard to go wrong if you've got somebody taking care of business on the bass, and if I were doing a duo I'd probably actually prefer just bass over just guitar. (Though that probably depends on the guitarist!)Keith Ridenhour said:Nice job also playing as a trio . I was thinking about how to market myself as a duo with a guitar doing real book tunes. Not easy I bet. You are so exposed. Nice job again.
Again, thanks. I'll put a clip of something else from that night there....Keith Ridenhour said:You ought to post this in the upper section so the people who follow that thread can hear what it means to play in tune with good tone and in time.
I'm pretty darn impressed! I'm looking forward to how it sounds when it's actually in FRONT of the band!Keith Ridenhour said:Makes me want to pick up that Zoom 4.