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Thanks geliot2....Its these early spring evenings...... and even I am not vain enough for spotlights. Besides, I am halfway through redecorating, and you would see lots of stripped woodchip. (why do people use the stuff???)

Translation for our US friends: Woodchip = horrible bumpy wallpaper with small lumps, looks like rice pudding.
 

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I don´t think you should worry about buzziness... sounds fine in that regard.
Are you using a Neuman mike?
One tip for you: pay more attention to exact intonation- esp. on large interval jumps-
this will be a great help in further refining your playing. Good luck!
 

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rim shot said:
I don´t think you should worry about buzziness... sounds fine in that regard.
Are you using a Neuman mike?
:D Nope, a Rode NT2A. A Neuman would have cost more than my entire setup. It would have also been further from the window in case of a smash and grab.:D

I am really pleased with the Rode, very good quality for the money.

Thanks for the suggestion regarding intonation, this song leaps octaves, so it is good to practice with.
 
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