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Fragment of Unjust Antirag / 19-edo in open D
« on: October 18, 2011, 09:42:59 AM »

unjust freakout on FreeNote's 12-tone ultra plus by Jon Catler
http://youtu.be/vHr8vh6q17M

open D on their 19-equal
http://youtu.be/BvtQ763g_vI

Have not been recording much because this is the peak of sound quality I can pull off for the moment ...
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Re: Fragment of Unjust Antirag / 19-edo in open D
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2011, 11:24:57 AM »

what you usin to track wavs? pc or Mac?

You could always get yourself an Mbox mini and protools from craigslist or logic from the internet when you have the extra money.
Then you could do guitar tracks and midi drums,  or you could get guitar rig and use that for tracking demos etc.. I have been doing that alot lately for scratch demos.

Is that the tiny terror Orange amp with the 15 and 7 watt channels? love that amp, so much tone.. ive been thinking about gettin one for awhile.
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Re: Fragment of Unjust Antirag / 19-edo in open D
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2011, 11:30:27 AM »

I'm just recording on my digicam, lol. I'll be using a PC when/if I get an interface.

The orange is the 35-watt from the Pix series. Not a bad little amp imo :)
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