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Re: Amp setting for Hendrix sound (reply)
No hijacking Snowy, very interesting to know. Thanks Tom for asking. Yes so crisp, clean and full. Truly enjoyed it.Yes it is my all time favourite Snowy. I can still remember when I first heard it, I was wondering if I'll ever learn to...
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fongie

08/24/16 9:02 PM
Re: Amp setting for Hendrix sound (reply)
G'day Tom, thanks for listening, the Apogee Mic was plugged into my MacBook Pro and I just used GarageBand to record. I'm in the habit of setting the mic about level with the 12th fret about 8" away and angled slightly toward the...
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No457 Snowy

08/24/16 1:20 PM
Re: Amp setting for Hendrix sound (reply)
Very nice snowy. So very crisp, clean and full. The hey hey is awesome too. Great sound on the om21 special and apogee. I jut played a friends om21 special and really liked out. I been thinking of getting an om28. Did you do that thru a...
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tammuz7000

08/24/16 12:49 PM
Re: Amp setting for Hendrix sound (reply)
fongie wrote:Nothing special Snowy? That was a wonderful performance mate. Honestly I truly enjoyed that. Thankyou." alt="image"> Now I've got the itch, I better go do more practice. Thanks mate, so glad you liked it and the playing...
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No457 Snowy

08/24/16 8:00 AM
Re: Amp setting for Hendrix sound (reply)
Nothing special Snowy? That was a wonderful performance mate. Honestly I truly enjoyed that. Thankyou. Now I've got the itch, I better go do more practice.
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fongie

08/24/16 6:57 AM
Re: Amp setting for Hendrix sound (reply)
fongie, for interests sake, mate here is a run through of Little Wing I recorded while testing put a new Apogee Mic, no amps etc, so I can't give any useful input there, this was just sitting on the couch with my OM-21 Special. It's...
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No457 Snowy

08/24/16 5:32 AM
Re: Amp setting for Hendrix sound (reply)
MrSoul wrote: How I get faux Leslie effect from a Chorus pedal.My Guyatone MC3 Micro Chorus has only two control knobs. One is for Depth and One is for Rate. I set the Depth all the way to right. Rate Knob is set very slow. This...
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fongie

08/22/16 8:46 AM
Re: Amp setting for Hendrix sound (reply)
How I get faux Leslie effect from a Chorus pedal. My Guyatone MC3 Micro Chorus has only two control knobs. One is for Depth and One is for Rate. I set the Depth all the way to right. Rate Knob is set very slow. This produces a...
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MrSoul

08/22/16 2:34 AM
Re: Phantom Power Advice (reply)
omeagerman wrote:A second mic for the guitar? One's plenty for Live work! Good for recording, though..."I found a 'like new' one on ebay & saved a few $" Smart move... and exactly what I do to get hold of expensive goodies like that,...
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Rnbguitars

08/21/16 5:41 PM
Re: Phantom Power Advice (reply)
A second mic for the guitar? One's plenty for Live work! Good for recording, though..."I found a 'like new' one on ebay & saved a few $" Smart move... and exactly what I do to get hold of expensive goodies like that, otherwise I...
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omeagerman

08/20/16 11:56 PM
Re: Phantom Power Advice (reply)
Thx guys...can't beat this forum for info. :>)If this mic sounds good as it's purported to be, the thought of adding another mic to the mix is also an option...maybe overkill? I'll have to wait though,  since it hasn't arrived. I had...
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Rnbguitars

08/20/16 7:55 PM
Re: Phantom Power Advice (reply)
Re. phantom power, the SM-81 should work fine on 24v as Mike says. Higher pp voltage might possibly be needed for very loud instruments like brass but not for a relatively quiet acoustic guitar. A piezo pickup can sense only mechanical...
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omeagerman

08/20/16 3:55 PM
Re: Phantom Power Advice (reply)
If sped is 12–48V, no reason for it not to work with 24V. There are many mics that require 48V. These will not work with the Artist. I had the same issue with my old Mackie 808M.
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MikeHalloran

08/20/16 4:54 AM
Phantom Power Advice (topic)
Having just purchased an Shure SM-81 Mic to add to my setup that consists of several acoustics w/ K&K minis installed. I've got that going through a K&K XLR pre-amp followed by a Fishman Loudbox Artist amp. The Artist has 24...
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Rnbguitars

08/20/16 1:10 AM
Re: Recording to iPad/Mac off an amp (reply)
"I went simple for just a natural sound"The right idea, Jim."I am getting a lot of feedback when I use the Samson C01 mic though"Turn the monitors off and try closed-back headphones instead.Kev
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omeagerman

08/19/16 3:45 PM
Re: Recording to iPad/Mac off an amp (reply)
well, here's my first recording attempt from Garageband using the Samson Studio GT. https://soundcloud.com/jim-b1/noodling1-81916-756-am It's just a bunch of noodling around making up things as I went along, I think some of it works. I...
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JimB1

08/19/16 12:14 PM
Re: Recording to iPad/Mac off an amp (reply)
Jim,  I like an interface that you can grow with and one with with meters on the interface on so I can see the levels.  Garage band will be easier to use than a stripped down version of cakewalk. I know your looking for cheap but you...
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tammuz7000

08/18/16 3:49 PM
Re: Recording to iPad/Mac off an amp (reply)
Looks good and if it gets the job done, that's what matters. In the Mac, you always have GarageBand if the included software doesn't work the way you want. It is possible that the Apple Camera adapter and a powered hub might let you...
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MikeHalloran

08/18/16 3:16 PM
Re: Recording to iPad/Mac off an amp (reply)
So here's what I decided to do. I really need a decent budget recording solution and I was thinking along the lines of running though an amp so I could get double duty out of it however I really don't play out where I need an amp so it...
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JimB1

08/18/16 10:50 AM
Re: Recording to iPad/Mac off an amp (reply)
The iPad Pro 12.9 is pretty awesome. Large enough screen to be used as a true "laptop replacement" - especially with a Bluetooth or Smart Keyboard device, but slender and lightweight enough to be super portable. That big screen is plenty...
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Lefty00042

08/17/16 10:59 PM

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