I just finished to record a new Me In The Bath song. It's named 'Outsider Art'. The tracklisting of the forthcoming album 'Together We Stand' now includes :
- Not One Soul To Love Me
- Together We Stand
- Help Me Trust Me
- Outsider Art
Please note that the first 2 songs were available on Dogmazic.net, from October to December for the first one, and from November to December for the second.
But let's talk about 'Outsider Art' recording process :
Gear used :
A cheap Athlon 64 3000+ box from a local shop with 512 Mb of RAM, received used by donation, with it's built-in motherboard ALi M5455 sound controler (Realtek ALC850 rev 0 chipset), a 320GB IDE hdd, a Geforce II MX 400 video card.
An AcerView 54eL 17" monitor.
A cheap Plantronics 13$ microphone aimed at webcam chat and so on.
Monitoring : A 19 years old Phillips stereo + an headphone set that shipped with an Iriver T7 mp3/ogg usb music player.
An Epiphone PR 200 NS folk guitar. String brand is unknown
A Transfer "Performer Series U.S.A" made in Korea cheap Precision clone bass - no amp - String brand is unknown
Software used :
Audacity, LMMS (used as a drum machine), Ubuntu GNU/Linux 10.10, ALSA, Pulseaudio (built in amplification provided by the OS used)
Audacity filters used :
Now a few word about the recording process itself :
First, I wrote the drum sequence in LMMS, then exported it to wav, and imported it in Audacity.
Rhythmic guitar recorded in a certain number of takes+2 overdubs.
Solo guitar recorded in one take.
Voice recorded in one take.
Bass recorded in one take.
I recorded in 44100hz, 16-bit sample depth.
That's all for this post. Hope you liked it.
See you later