Friday, June 15, 2012

Offshore Faith

I happened across this little test recording I made while setting up one of my project studios in 2002. This was my private musical retreat situated a safe distance away but still on the same premises as the Cancer hospital my mother and I ran for eighteen years. I laid down the instrumentation with wires coming out of everywhere, tracking the improvised guitar solo in one take while bending about 45 Degrees over the studio workstation. This is as close to "distortion" as any unplugged acoustic guitarist can get ;)
Process: Taylor 510 > AKG C 1000 S > Logic Audio > Nuendo, with Waves TrueVerb on the drums and Timeworks ReverbX on the guitar > sampling and MIDI programming.





Friday, June 24, 2011

Testing a Martin 000x1

Process: Martin 000x1 > Sony PCM-D50 > SAWStudio with Lexicon PCM Native Reverb > iZotope RX Advanced. And finally, at the end the sound of a Red Apple Market truck reversing in the key of D :)
The outcome: Much more guitar than the money!





Sunday, June 19, 2011

Music on a Biblical Scale

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Call it open honesty or religious ideology, here are my theological views on “secular music”.

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

My Name

It's much easier than it looks! 

In case you're wondering, the reason for this post is that Ecuadorians generally struggle to pronounce my name when in fact it's really simple... compared to my last name ;) So to clarify, below is a recording of me pronouncing my name in English and Spanish. By the way, "Earl" is "Conde" in Spanish.