Dating martin tenor ukulele
Most of the recording information I find on the internet seems focused on bands, drums, multitracking, and so on but my main focus is recording solo acoustic guitar.
Lately I’ve been enjoying video recording along with audio, so that shows up in the blog as well. I love big ones and little ones, handmades and factory guitars, cheap ones and expensive ones.
I’ve learned a lot about the Martin Tiple by visiting Uncle Emile’s Blog, There’s something about the organic glow of a fine vintage instrument, the battle scars contribute to the feeling that this is a special object, simply by having survived.I pulled out my Wingert Model E, tuned to taropatch slack key, and we came up with a couple of old Hawaiian songs to share. If you search around You Tube you can hear some other examples of the tiple being played in a variety of styles.Since this is a techie blog I should take a moment to address the recording process.You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
I sought advice and accepted it, thought I would improve my recordings by using more expensive equipment. Two things that did seem to lead to better recordings were experience and room treatment.