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Hehe .. have you come across these? There's some crackers on the Tube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2hRApdLADA




lol, yep, we quote bits from them at gigs all the time! This is another fave of mine...

crazy drummer



Ah, sure he's just enthusiastic! emoticon LOL Maybe needs to take that jacket off - had a good laugh at this..... emoticon

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:-) Nice drummer.

Fresh off the press, here's an imprint of my style onto Sunny .. looking at this as an ongoing project. There's a fair bit of bluffing going on here, and I wouldn't fancy gigging this any time soon.



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:-) Nice drummer.

Fresh off the press, here's an imprint of my style onto Sunny .. looking at this as an ongoing project. There's a fair bit of bluffing going on here, and I wouldn't fancy gigging this any time soon.







Nice : ) You're getting a better audio sound compared to your earlier videos - what are you recording with? (I'm using a Zoom Q3 at the moment).
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Still using the same setup .. Free video software VideoImpression taking the sound from 2 mics .. SM57 in front of the amp and a Rode NT1A in front of a PC speaker though a TASCAM FW1884 interface.

Only difference is the amp .. using the Hotrod at the moment .. Blues Jr busted out last year and I haven't got round to having it fixed yet.
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Nice videos everyone. I recorded this earlier today. It represents my earliest guitar influence, Jimi Hendrix. I *tried* to play like Jimi for about my first 2 years of guitar learning. After that I got hooked on jazz for several years, and in the last 10 years I've been doing almost exclusively classical guitar (which includes many styles from south American countries). Anyways, I generally hate the recording process as I am such a perfectionist I can rarely ever get a take that I like. I got this one my first take, and decided I better quit while ahead ;o) I used midi loops that I created for the backing track, my guitar is plugged through a podxt, and I'm using the software Guitar Tracks Pro 4. I spent about 45 minutes trying to edit and line up the audio track with the video and then when I uploaded it, Youtube knocked the audio slightly out of synch anyways....

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Nice one Zen - great audio too.

As much as I like my Zoom Q3 (on the gig video I posted, I simply propped my Zoom against the left PA speaker stack and pressed 'record' - it's fantastic for live music)it's not great for doing Youtube videos at home. Looking for a DAW audio interface/ mixer that I can use with Cubase andis compatible with Windows 7 64 bit, and costs under £300 (to be specific!!)

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Nice one Zen - great audio too.

As much as I like my Zoom Q3 (on the gig video I posted, I simply propped my Zoom against the left PA speaker stack and pressed 'record' - it's fantastic for live music)it's not great for doing Youtube videos at home. Looking for a DAW audio interface/ mixer that I can use with Cubase andis compatible with Windows 7 64 bit, and costs under £300 (to be specific!!)




Ok Dave,

I dont know about Cubase but I bought the Line 6 Toneport and it works great with Windows 7 (I'm just using Audacity).

I had a few latency problems with the backing track being out of sync with my recorded solo/lead etc.. but messed about and have it close to the (millisecond) LOL

Loads of youtube videos on this as well - helped me out.

The audio comes out excellent doing it this way.

I record the audio with Audacity and video with the webcam (audio off on it).

Bring both into Cyberlink Power Director 9 (again on Windows 7) and export the mpeg 2 file straight to youtube.

Gonna try and get another video up soon to keep practicing using the camera/audio this way.

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I've always been pretty low tech / low budget when it comes to recording. I used to just plug directly into my soundcard with my guitar, lol. The PODxt is great for anything with distortion or other effects, not so great for just pure clean tone recording as you have to turn off about 20 effects before you actually get a clean tone. My biggest complaint with the PODxt is that you have to use headphones while recording so it doesn't work well for video recording. I think there is a way to use monitor speakers but it involves purchasing some separate monitor speakers and kind of patching a bunch of weird cables and adapters together. I've also recently purchased a cakewalk UA-1G audio interface which has solved the problems I was having with recording directly into my soundcard (like a really weak or distorted signal). But...after I installed the drivers for it and did a recording or two, it completely screwed up the drivers for my recording software. The recording I did above was just to test out my software and see if I could get it working again. I guess the only way to get great results is to spend a bunch of money on all kinds of junk. Recording has always been a huge pain in the arse for me as far as getting a good sound with no hassle.
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Nice playing above Zen, a most relaxing 7 minutes spent.

Now, how about posting a bit of BB King, or have you different thoughts about his level of technique following our recent discussion?
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Ok, confession number one - too many beers tonight! Confession number two - it's my birthday and I'm....40! It's a sore one, buti'm slowly getting used to it!
Just recorded this... ***edit,just deleted this the day after - birhtdays, beer, and making Youtube videos are a dangerous combination!!!

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