Multi-instrumentalist recording with Ardour and Ecasound

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phoeniximago
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I did this with Ecasound for the piano (roving with my trusty 2001 gentoo ibook) the acoustic guitar and trumpet then everything else I did with Ardour on my desktop apart from the drums that I recorded in a studio (they were using Logic). The big hall reverb is jconv and it was mastered with Jamin.

http://phoeniximago.blip.tv/file/3124017/ is a vid of my kit. I have an embarrassingly large amount of musical/electric stuff:-).

Would love to hear people's thoughts. If I can get some funding I'll be doing an album with the techniques I've learnt on this single so any honest feedback would be helpful.

Cheers,
Rob

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Can't check:"Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at phoeniximago.com"

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Wow, thanks. That'll teach me to check my links...

http://www.phoeniximago.com/respect-single/

This one does work. I reckon that must be a quirk of my host provider who thank goodness I'm changing soon!

cheers,
Rob

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Sounds good, Rob. Relaxed playing, vocals sound confident and, well, true. That jconv reverb is really awesome. Thanks for sharing!

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Thanks man, much appreciated. Listening to your album as I work here to keep my spirits up:-)