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Thread: Season 394 - The Electric Version

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    Quote Originally Posted by uke4ia View Post
    The shareware Audacity that a lot of people use to record has several effects in it.
    Just a small correction, Audacity isn't Shareware, it is in fact F.O.S.S. - Free Open Source Software - completely free to download & use.

    https://www.audacityteam.org/download/
    Last edited by Croaky Keith; 08-31-2019 at 11:29 PM.
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    Wow! I had no idea you could get Audacity for free. If anyone is audacious enough to learn how to play the aforementioned "Powerhouse" by Raymond Scott, I'd be truly amazed! Fun season ahead!

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    Early shift arrives.Using my Yamaha Thr5a amp.Size of a tissue box but capable of lush reverb, chorus and delay.Here's one by one of my favourite Australian artists Ed Kuepper.I know the other Aussies here like Ed too.On baritone with a little bit bit of guitar(just the 2 fat strings) and some glockenspeil.
    If anyone likes the sound the amp costs about $150 US.
    Fun idea Mr Jim!
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    Such a terrific bring John.
    I hope to bring Ed's Electrical Storm......

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    I haven't got any electric instruments, so I just recorded a song with 'electric' in the title …

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    Perhaps songs by AC/DC would also be in theme...
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    Could this be a Sufi dream or a meditation on May Sarton
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yukio View Post
    Wow! I had no idea you could get Audacity for free. If anyone is audacious enough to learn how to play the aforementioned "Powerhouse" by Raymond Scott, I'd be truly amazed! Fun season ahead!
    As Keith says, Audacity is open source. It's what I use to edit my recordings. I record on a stand alone multi track recorder then export to PC and edit using Audacity. There's more sophisticated DAWs available, imcluding open source ones but Audacity does very nicely for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukecaster View Post
    Wow, this will be fun...I can feel my inner Jimi calling!
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    The first opportunity I've taken to use my Roland mini-cube amp in a Season. (I think.) I set the effects on Classic Stack. It's really cool when you boost the volume and gain, but forget recording vocals unless you have a much more sophisticated gear than the Blue Snowball and iPad in my possession.

    Thought I'd do this one from Chuck, because it has that nice little turnaround.

    I've also noticed that a lot of ambient noise got through the Snowball as well, even though the overall volume is pretty low. Amateurs ...

    And thanks for a great season and for both t-shirts Eisley sent my way!

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