Tárrega, Francisco - Maria, Gavota - D07

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simon
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Tárrega, Francisco - Maria, Gavota - D07

Post by simon » Sat Sep 09, 2006 3:02 pm

hi all

here is my rendition of this lovely piece.

enjoy

Simon
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camytay

Post by camytay » Sat Sep 09, 2006 4:26 pm

I'm impressed by the very immediate recorded sound, even although it's mono. I use that akg c1000s mic myself along with another condenser mic.
How did you position it relative to the guitar? I hear a little bit of reverb there too, is that natural? Did you use a preamp or do much EQing? Nicely played too.

simon
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Post by simon » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:36 pm

hi Cam

thanks for your comment on my playing.
i think the c1000s is great for the money. i have been recording with it for about 2 weeks now and am still experimenting with placement. on this recording it is placed about 10 inches from the guitar, 4 inches up the neck (from 12th fret) and angled towards my picking hand. also it is tilted down towards the lower bout of the guitar.

the mic goes into my folio notepad mixer for phantom power and then into my soundcard.

no eq was used. i added a little reverb.

cheers

Simon
Roger Allan 1937 Hauser + Zoom H4 + GTP3 = Hours of Fun !!!

mkatsimpris

Post by mkatsimpris » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:45 pm

This is the best interpretation i have ever heard :!:

Dhiranjan

Well done

Post by Dhiranjan » Tue Sep 12, 2006 11:27 am

Fast but clear... Bravo... Well done.

Some notes in the later parts was sounding a littile blended.. Well no wonder.... very nicely done

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