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Colin the Bear

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Misty. Boom boom

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For you technical people, It's recorded on audacity with a skype mic (£1.40) off ebay, attached to 3.5mm audio extension lead and clipped in the bell with a clothes peg.

The backing track was recorded from youtube via same mic through the speakers.

The alto was then added and an echo added from the effects tab. 0.15 seconds delay 0.25 seconds decay.
 

Strobe

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How cool was that! You sure have the technology under your control, Mr the Bear. It sounds like you're in the band. Great quality. I could listen to that sweet playing on and on. And very Christmassy! Muchos Gracias!
 

Colin the Bear

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It's something I've just noticed with audacity. If you import a track and then dub sax onto it it comes out as 2 separate stereo tracks. Each one has a volume control. You can adjust the volume of backing and sax to get a good feel. Then when you export it they merge into a stereo mp3. I'm trying to find a way of adding echo to the sax track only. This one has it on both. I went for the big room feel. Sounds like a massive bathroom.
 

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Misty on a murky day, nice one Colin. Can't help with the reverb though..

Chris...
 
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