Shakedown St. - Audio - billbbill/mkaufman +

Re: Shakedown St. - Audio - billbbill/mkaufman +

Postby Billbbill » Thu Jul 16, 2009 7:35 pm

Highballin' wrote:...Remember to be conscious of your distance from the mike. Find the right spot, and stay consistent.
This is definitely going to be a First rate-Quality Product from you guys!! Peace!! :smile:


Yes indeed - words of wisdom! And thanks.
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Re: Shakedown St. - Audio - billbbill/mkaufman +

Postby Billbbill » Thu Jul 16, 2009 7:41 pm

strumminsix wrote:Cool stuff, guys!
Billbbill wrote:It's a Dinosaur but I seem to be able to get better results out of it than my Emma Discombobulator. I have both hooked up in my rig and have been experimenting. I've had trouble dialing in the Emma but it's still a work in progress.


WHAT?! Seriously?! Bill, try with all the settings around 2 o'clock.


Hey SS - Thanks for commenting - yea, I've been through the 2 o'clock thing - I think it's more of an eq issue. We played last night (somewhat forgettable compared to last friday!) and I found that adding more reverb helped with eliminated the annoying fuzzy buzz but it seemed I had to add so much that I began to lose the wah in the verb! I'm just gonna have to continue to fart around with it until I get it right and then carve the settings in stone!
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