Recording: Eric Clapton's Wonderful Tonight

Discussion in 'IGT Soundtrack - Your Band, Your Gig, Your Music' started by sDEVs, Dec 25, 2007.

  1. sDEVs

    sDEVs Inventor


    These are my preliminary home recordings. Recorded non-stop with out any editing or effect. Not that good.

    Will like to hear reviews from you.

    Recording: Eric Clapton's Wonderful Tonight
  2. absolutely_neo

    absolutely_neo New Member

    it was a nice recording..
    couldn't hear much of vocals.. perhaps your guitar was closer to the mic
    but your strumming was awesome..
    could you plz explain how you did the muting in between the strums..
  3. sDEVs

    sDEVs Inventor

    Thank you a lot... For the review. I really felt nice.

    The in between "muting" is called as CHORD MUFFLING. We do it by decreasing the pressure of the finger pads on the strings after each Up or Down strum. Make a slight flexion at the Finger joints, dont lift them, just MUFFLE slightly, as it is called.

    I am going to post a video of all my songs on you tube, may be they'll help more in understanding the play.

    These are just my home recordings alone, hence I havnt got the idea about the recording tricks i.e. how far the mic should be or the vocals should be how much strong...

    Thanks a lot
  4. absolutely_neo

    absolutely_neo New Member

    thanks man..
    thanks for the information on chord muffling
    your youtube videos are awaited..

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