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    much better sound quality...now to work on the nuances of playing with sax to mic distances and positioning...also can play gentler (dynamics) and let mic and board monitoring/phones do the work

    good start

    cheers

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    I have never started a new post but I would be curious as to what members think as regards to waltz feel in modern music? The Tennessee Waltz is about the last popular song I can think of but maybe there are more. I think dancing in a three four feel can be very attractive at slower tempos because it can be lilting. Bluesette is pretty popular at jazz shows but I wonder why this feel has seemed to die out in pop music?

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    Kate Bush’s Army Dreamers and Elvis Costello’s New Amsterdam spring to mind; both are from 1980. What the World Needs Now is Love, Que Sera Sera, Kiss From a Rose... the hits keep on coming.

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    No mention of "All Blues?"

    (ps - How did this end up in the sax/mic/mixer thread?)

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    Out of curiosity I did a quick google and found this. Check out #9(!)

    9 Jazz Waltz Tunes You Should Know - Learn Jazz Standards

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    Quote Originally Posted by neatomic
    much better sound quality...now to work on the nuances of playing with sax to mic distances and positioning...also can play gentler (dynamics) and let mic and board monitoring/phones do the work

    good start

    cheers
    Thanks for your comment, so I tried again.


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    cool...tough song...keep at it..sound is vast improvement

    cheers

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    Don't forget "Moon River" (which also is done in 4/4 in the movie).

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    Quote Originally Posted by neatomic
    cool...tough song...keep at it..sound is vast improvement

    cheers
    I found a kind of guitar sound.
    One in front of the amp and two behind.
    Not the best idea but I think it can sound.



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    what mic is it?..the type dictates it's placement


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    Quote Originally Posted by neatomic
    what mic is it?..the type dictates it's placement


    cheers
    Behringer C-1 + Shure Beta 58 + BST UDC-20B

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    the behringer is a unidirectional side address small diaghram electret condenser...(in a large diaghram shell)...it works best for sax, acoustic guitars, melodica....for an amp speaker mic, you might want to back it from the speaker a bit...as it adds some high end...or use the shure 58 for close micing

    as it's a side address capsule, try to keep it parallel to your sax's bell!

    have fun


    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by neatomic
    the behringer is a unidirectional side address small diaghram electret condenser...(in a large diaghram shell)...it works best for sax, acoustic guitars, melodica....for an amp speaker mic, you might want to back it from the speaker a bit...as it adds some high end...or use the shure 58 for close micing

    as it's a side address capsule, try to keep it parallel to your sax's bell!

    have fun


    cheers
    Yes, you're right but I recorded this when everyone was asleep.

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    So, I did it again !
    The sound is better...

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    yeah better...tho, i'd drop the rhythm track volume a bit...so you can really bring out all the nuances of the sax...more dynamics...without blowin too hard....tenor can go from high pitched squeal to rumble!!!


    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by neatomic
    yeah better...tho, i'd drop the rhythm track volume a bit...so you can really bring out all the nuances of the sax...more dynamics...without blowin too hard....tenor can go from high pitched squeal to rumble!!!


    cheers
    Yes indeed, I will try with something that lets more freedom in terms of dynamics.
    Maybe just a drumloop or my guitar, we are in a guitar forum, so my guitar.

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    I couldn't resist and tried again !

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    A little bit out of everything but I do what I can't.