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Sean Winter - The at home Sessions

Littlewailer

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Well everyone else is doing it....

I got some speakers and decided to run some tunes in my living room.

I wanted to do some songs I'm comfortable with in this different setting to try it out.

Check out my youtube I uploaded 4 tracks.

Cold Duck Time (love this tune) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQPYm8d-PTk

Round Midnight (yes I just did this one) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTQnBtFuBeM

When I fall in love (I stole all the little slides in the head from Bob Berg) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMbD890St_U

And Bye Bye Blackbird (I figured I just wrote an article on playing outside that I'd run a clinic on how to do it) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYPddCR0kJk

All the tracks are fairly loud. Take it down to half volume and it sounds a lot better.
 

Wade Cornell

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The headless sax player strikes again! The video has a much better microphone. You sound like a sax instead of a tweaked Bassoon. Big improvement. Heaps of energy, a few mistakes, but hey over-all some good blowing and it seems that you are enjoying your new means of recording. Well, I for one certainly prefer it. Now, if you can just either feed and mix the sound from the computer into the camera, or the other way around. Any tech-heads around who know if this is possible? Must be.
 
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