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Old 07-23-2010, 08:25 AM   #4076
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Old 07-23-2010, 08:26 AM   #4077
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Old 07-23-2010, 02:16 PM   #4078
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This thread title cracks me up. Yeah, I know it's been here awhile, but it still makes me laugh. Who has CD players anymore? :lol:
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Old 07-23-2010, 10:43 PM   #4080
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This thread title cracks me up. Yeah, I know it's been here awhile, but it still makes me laugh. Who has CD players anymore? :lol:
I do, I have two of them....along with an iPod, a turntable, dual cassette deck and a reel to reel.

All still get usage as well.
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Old 07-24-2010, 12:48 AM   #4081
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I do, I have two of them....along with an iPod, a turntable, dual cassette deck and a reel to reel.

All still get usage as well.
You still play those singing frisbees? What a nerd!
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Old 07-24-2010, 07:00 AM   #4082
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I also have a couple of old Tascam portastudio recorders (a 4 track and an 8 track) that date from the late 80's/early 90's that are cassette based. You're a musician, so I know you must've run across some of the old Tascams at some point. Used to be a lot of fun to fool around with those things.
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Playing the entire God Is An Astronaut discography today. Love that band. Hogan probably thinks they blow weenuh.
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I also have a couple of old Tascam portastudio recorders (a 4 track and an 8 track) that date from the late 80's/early 90's that are cassette based. You're a musician, so I know you must've run across some of the old Tascams at some point. Used to be a lot of fun to fool around with those things.
We recorded our first demo on a Tascam 4-track. We thought it was something else! That reminds me...our old drummer contacted me recently and said that he had taken those tracks and mixed them digitally. I'm interested in hearing that after working with Logic and Pro Tools for so long. An old analog 4-track mix should be fun.
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What did you play, McSkillet?
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Old 07-24-2010, 01:30 PM   #4086
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Playing the entire God Is An Astronaut discography today. Love that band. Hogan probably thinks they blow weenuh.
Meh, it's not really my thing, but I hardly run from the room screaming if it's on in the background.
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Old 07-24-2010, 01:37 PM   #4087
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We recorded our first demo on a Tascam 4-track. We thought it was something else! That reminds me...our old drummer contacted me recently and said that he had taken those tracks and mixed them digitally. I'm interested in hearing that after working with Logic and Pro Tools for so long. An old analog 4-track mix should be fun.
The cassette Tascams are basically worthless today, but they were a lot of fun then. Probably still good for a raw, garage type sound. Maybe that's why I still hold onto them, just in case I ever get something like that going again.
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The cassette Tascams are basically worthless today, but they were a lot of fun then. Probably still good for a raw, garage type sound. Maybe that's why I still hold onto them, just in case I ever get something like that going again.
Just like photographers use older cameras to achieve certain stylistic bends in their work, when you are producing music its good to be creative with all elements on the palette.
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What did you play, McSkillet?
I play basically everything you can fit in a rock band...except for real piano playing. The last song I recorded I played everything except for guitar 2.
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I play basically everything you can fit in a rock band...except for real piano playing. The last song I recorded I played everything except for guitar 2.
Awesome.

I pretty much stick to guitar, but I've been working on my mandolin skills lately. Never formally taught myself the bass, but that has been real easy to pick-up and go. I like messing with keys and synths for ****s. That is about where I am at. I've tried drums, but it just ain't me.
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Awesome.

I pretty much stick to guitar, but I've been working on my mandolin skills lately. Never formally taught myself the bass, but that has been real easy to pick-up and go. I like messing with keys and synths for ****s. That is about where I am at. I've tried drums, but it just ain't me.
Everybody can "play bass" but few can play it well. You have to be able to find the pocket and work it.

As for drums, there's not a better feeling than getting locked in on the drum kit.
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Man, has this thread ever survived...

Anyway... I'm digging the new stuff from Broken Bells and Flashbulb fires.

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Old 07-30-2010, 01:36 PM   #4094
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Another classic. Been REALLY into these guys lately:

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Holy crap!

Check out this amazing version of a popular cover tune by this group from Minneapolis:






These guys take no friggin' prisoners!
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