Recording last night. Final days.
1999 Les Paul Studio and 2006 Les Paul GT (Red, no flames)
2000 American Standard Stratocaster, 2013 American Vintage ‘56 Stratocaster
mixes last weekend
American Vintage ‘56 (2012)
In many ways probably the finest guitar I’ve ever played
the big experiment might have worked. the most difficult mix of my life 187 active voices in PT, 80 inputs plus 20 returns. but all that doesn’t matter if there isn’t greatness there. I think the greatness is coming though…
alexanderduanereger-deactivated said: Ah cool! I like the sound of the guitar in 'When i know'! Which one did you use? Maybe you'd like my music too! ;)
well, full answer… 2000 American Strat (the blue one) Through a MESA Dual Rectifier / 4x12 CAB. Neumann M147 tube on Cab to Manley Voxbox with pair of 414s for room mics to Manley SLAM. Apogee convertors… theres’ a pic from the session here
"Blues in B" hope this turns out
Mixing the project, 2010 at Engine Room, when they still had the Neve. More hit records were mixed or recorded here than anywhere else in England, other than Abbey Road. Everything from Enya to Oasis…
Mixing at Alpha in 2010. You will never see a 4K in this condition… with Atomic Clock and 48 Channels of Apogee D/A…
Self portrait of sorts at the Diamond Jubilee last month
2000 American Standard Strat (with noiseless pickups). Given to me by my father. Featured on much of the record.
Les Paul GT (Red, no flames, 2006) only 400 made. This thing has rock n’ roll in it’s soul!