"Several ways to do this...depending on what ur trying to transfer. From ur cassette line out, plug to line in on the Tascam....this may be mono or stereo.....depending on ur set up. Many stand alone digital recorders have 2 tracks set up…"
"I didn't even want to mention capos. Removes the effect of the compensated nut as soon as you apply it if you are still using the saddle that was compensated for a straight nut. If you compensated the saddle for the compensated nut now…"
"Thanks for the comments Greg. I use a capo quite a lot up and down the fret board and it's my experience on my dozen plus various guitars that most all instruments "creep" to sharp......which absolutely drives me…"
"Funny. I get grief in forums when I start talking Hot Hide Glue. Go Figure.
As a repair man SS frets are a real pain in the tookus to deal with. Way hard on my tools, hands and patience but once set up properly will certainly outlast nickle…"
Seems I've always got grief on the following 2 subjects....but I'll approach them from a different angle?Here goes: Anybody have an opinion, any experience or would comment about 1) stainlees steel frets and 2) Earvana compensation nuts and/or saddles?See More
"How about GM Chevolet autos as an example? Is an Aveo, Malibu, Volt as compared to a Corvett....all Chevolets? Unless the guitar is a fake, if it has the Martin logo....regardless of where made and by whom...is it…"
Which one of the following describes your involvement in music? (Check all that apply)
Amateur or recreational musician
How many years have you been playing guitar?
More than 30 years
Which of these instruments do you own or play?
Flattop steel-string acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Resonator guitar, Bass guitar
The make and model of your guitar(s) and/or other instruments and gear.
Martin Sigmas DR 2 & D 28
Johnson Res and Bass
Rogue DN MH
Hohner LP (ancient)
Fender amp, Crate acoustic amp, Epiphone tube, Line 6 p-pod
Zoom 1608c 16 trk recorder...bunch of mics & other goodies
What type of music do you like to play?
Amateur singer/songwriters....country rock, folk, classic rock, pop
Do you subscribe to or regularly read Acoustic Guitar?
Hello my friends...it's been a while, but I just finished my first song since I totally revamped my recording system at home...I remember how much you liked my song "Hello Woman" and so I wanted to send you this one to listen to! This is the first song I have finished recording and rough mixed on my new iMAC system with Logic Pro 9...The software has a really steep learning curve and the reference book I bought to work through it is almost 700 pages long!!! But here is my first semi-finished effort called "As the Ice Around my Heart Began to Melt." Hope you enjoy it! Edward
Dano & Trish,
Another great song - "Anchor Me to Your Soul." I love the title line idea, and the whole song is very moving - lyrics, music and performance. I'd only suggest that the vocal could be just a little more up front (or the music a litle lower during the vocals) as it was hard to make out the words in a few places the first time I listened. This is one of the best showcases for Trish's pretty voice that you have posted. "She Only Cries When it Rains" is another. Overall, I always like the "feel" of your music.
Dano & Trish,
"Choices" - very pretty song. Nice arrangement too. I like the message that, after all, you probably wouldn't choose much differently. And, more importantly, you're making a statement that helps keep alive the idea that we are responsible for our own actions, something that is slipping away in our "entitlement" culture.
I was just looking at an issue of acoustic guitar with the home recording article from 2006.And they had all of the Zoom decks in there,I like my MRS 802plus I bought and installed the CD burner that goes with them.Yours must be nice what is that a 16 or 20 track?
Dano & Trish,
Nice job on Gran Maw and Daddy's Hands. Especially Daddy's Hands. I had never heard that one before, or I don't recall it. Anyway, it's a nice picture of our Heavenly Father, too, isn't it?
Hello Dano and Trish. Thank you for your kind comments. It's always good to connect with someone else from the Hayes clan. It's true, just about every Hayes I know plays and/or sings some kind of music.
You didn't mention what part of WV you are from but my best friend and fellow Timberline Guitars artist, Paul Rice, Jr., lives near Charleston. He also has an AGC page.