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Hey Everyone,

I want to start getting back into making horn and mouthpiece demos, and I struggle between doing dry recordings or ones with reverb, and if I should play along with a track, or just do scales and more consistent stuff. I've noticed that Neff has started doing some examples with verb as well, which I really like, as it gives me a better idea of how it's sound on certain gigs.


Here's a couple examples on one of the new RPC's, any thoughts?

Dry:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-e1gqxTBNk

Effected:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdWRi6uP1T4

Thanks in advance!

Dave
 

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You sound great on both clips Dave.
What you did on both are appealing , nice grooves.
I say do both like you did.Dry is a must though

The last thing I want to hear on clips are scales.
 

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Thanks Phil! I also lean towards dry for getting a real idea of what the piece sounds like, but I get why people like the reverb.

Good to know about the scales. I don't really want to do them in a vid, but if it was requested enough, I'd give it a go.

Thanks again!
 

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Sounds great in both clips, just depends what sound your going for I guess...I usually run a bit of delay or reverb on the sax when I'm recording but unless it's an "electric" tune it's usually pretty minimal.
 
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