Will your sound change in the future?: I'm still wondering about the future of music, wishing I could hear the music I will be making when I'm older, I get the idea that you find the music you like when you're young and it never lets go, why we find old guys rockin out now, Brian Setzer is an interesting musician who has reinvented himself several times, Long after the Stray Cats fell off the charts he found new success with a big band act. Now both the reformed SC and the BS Orchestra are playing to sold out venues in Europe and Japan. Funny thing is that he has changed his sound in a few ways and at the same time he still has thi...
This brought a tear to my eye!: SON: "Daddy, may I ask you a question?"
DAD: "Yeah sure, what is it?"
SON: "Daddy, how much do you make an hour?"
DAD: "That's none of your business. Why do you ask such a thing?"
SON: "I just want to know. Please tell me, how much do you make an hour?"
DAD: "If you must know, I make $100 an hour."
SON: "Oh! (With his head down).
SON: "Daddy, may I please borrow $50?"
The father was furious.
DAD: "If the only reason you asked that is so you can borrow some money to buy a silly toy or some other nonsense, then you march yourself straight to your room and go to bed. Think about why you ...
How to get a 1992 rock sound in your recordings. Thanks Delta!: I just posted a topic in the SoundClick recording music forum about something I've been curious to know about as I love most music from the year 1992. Big thanks and credit to Delta on SoundClick.com for helping me out on this RECORDING TIP!
You have a few options. There's two flavors 92 comes in when it comes to rock, you can either be dirty (grunge) or you can be more poppy and clean.
In either way, I'd imagine you now how to properly distort your guitars so we'll shy away from that and talk techniques. In '92, we're talking lots of tape, and 24 tracks to get it all done (for the most...