I enjoyed all 3 very much. Excellent tone and very tasty playing
Matchless Clubman 35 Mojave open back 2x12: English G12H30/Celestion Blue Avatar open back 2x12: Weber 30 watt Alnico Blue Dog/G12H30 Tom Anderson Hollow Drop Top Classic Fender Nashville Tele Fender American Deluxe "V" neck Strat. www.heatheredwardsband.com/index.htm
Thanks Z, I appreciate it! Now that I seem to have it figured out, I've uploaded a few more from my stash. None of this material is really a vehicle to showcase what a Z amp can do...this CD is of course, more about the the music than the guitar & amp;-)
Post by cementman on Sept 20, 2005 20:20:45 GMT -7
hi, i am not real efficient with computer technology, but i do have broadband,. is there a website i can go to that will help me understand what i have to do in order to arrange my computer to upload my cd? i have recorded two cd's of my songs and guitar in the last 4 years at a pretty decent studio using a mazerati and a harry joyce stack, but i dont know how to get them up on the computer so people can hear. i have no interest in making money, just want to understand the technology. can you give me any insight on this? thanks,, james in kansas
James, I used iTunes and Soundclick. Put in your CD and copy the songs into the iTunes player. Then select a song, go to the advanced tab and convert the song to an mp3. Once converted, save the mp3 to your Music File.
Sign up with Soundclick, a free hosting site...there are instructions there for uploading your mp3.
thanks for the info madison. i couldnt use itunes though, had to use the dell jukebox, and it took me a while to figure it out. you really taught me some stuff., although they say at the site it is easy, it was kinda tough working through it all. really liked must be my baby, makes me want to get an airbrake. i had one when they first came out, but wasnt sure i would use it enough.. great with that tele.
There are many "obstacles" along the way while going through the process, but I had my 15 yr old son mostly directing the way My next step is to get some kind of recording device that burns CD's, so I can put some ideas on tape in a more guitar related genre.
That whole CD was recorded in a guys basement studio, and the first thing he told me was to keep the volume real low because his newborn was upstairs sleeping! The one song with the Airbrake, I had clicked all the way down to bedroom level. The amp volume on all the other songs was literally at about 1 or 2. Never could come close to getting the sound and tone I had envisioned in my head...maybe next time.
Anyway, I'm glad you were able to get through the hoops and post your music. It is very good, nice playing and tone James...just vocals & guitar, that's gotta be tough!
I used a Yamaha AW 4416 to record my last 2 CD'S and did them here in my makeshift studio in my home , now working on my 3rd CD which should be alot easier. an all acoustic CD
I'd love to have one but can't swing the bucks on it right now, esp a 4416. I'm thinking of moving a Z28 head to fund an open back Z 2x12 cab for my RxES as my next GAS related action, haven't even begun to figure out a way for a digital recorder yet!...but it's certainly on the horizon.