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After Party

By orangedrink on February 16, 2020 10:47 pm

Baritone guitar and looper pedal.


Been sick this week with a cold and I had a show, where I got injured!  So been totally wiped out.  Busy with Ladies Rock Milwaukee, a volunteer organization to help women empower themselves and foster community through music - so barely had time to pick up the guitar.  Had crazy recording issues trying to do a simple thing.  I gotta beat this line buzz in my studio once and for all!  New goal for 2020!


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February 17, 2020 12:03 am

Reminds me of the best period of Bibio's output, Vignetting The Compost. Lovely stuff.

February 17, 2020 1:36 am

Heaps chill. Get well soon.

February 17, 2020 1:45 am

Sure is soothing.  (And I actually the line buzz gives it some nice warmth!) 

February 17, 2020 11:22 am

That line buzz is surely annoying when you try to record something... But in the result it it adds some nice flavor.
Like a record player with some slight side noises barely noticeable but makes the sound live a bit more.
Beautyfull reduced and relaxed!

February 17, 2020 6:28 pm

I like it. I started training in Brazilian Jiujitsu this year and injured a groin muscle so I totally get how hard it is to get everything done that you want to.

February 17, 2020 7:01 pm

Gorgeous. I didn't mind the line noise one bit.

February 17, 2020 8:24 pm

get well soon, OD. Buzzing is like salt in the soup!!! Nice track btw.

February 17, 2020 11:27 pm
vimster wrote:

Reminds me of the best period of Bibio's output, Vignetting The Compost. Lovely stuff.


Yeah, totally getting a Bibio vibe! Really great in it's simplicity! Hope you feel better soon!

February 18, 2020 12:29 am

The sound of the baritone is great. What tuning do you use? Having one of these is definitely on my bucket list.

February 18, 2020 9:22 am

Love me some Baritone, it will serve you well during surf week....

February 18, 2020 8:01 pm

This is nice, even with the salt in soup buzz. Wait ... you got injured at a show?! Sorry, but also awesome. Stage dive? Dance moves you aren't ready for? We fans need to know!

February 21, 2020 11:32 am

Take a break, you need it.

Great song though.

February 21, 2020 4:04 pm

Love the chord progression.  I totally zoned out to this.  I hope you're feeling better soon man!

February 21, 2020 11:40 pm

totally captures the vibe of coming down time of the after party. Reverb and guitar without drums or other accoutrements have pent up energy but also feel alone, like winding down after the event. Nice tone and full sound. Hope you're feeling better and on the mend!

February 23, 2020 5:36 am

Dig the Bari and the simplicity here.  Sounds like single coil noise?

February 24, 2020 12:21 am

nice looper loop. was this done on the new loop pedal?

June 27, 2020 1:14 am
vimster wrote:

Reminds me of the best period of Bibio's output, Vignetting The Compost. Lovely stuff.

Wow, huge compliment, thank you

samuelbruce wrote:

Heaps chill. Get well soon.

Thanks!  I'm responding so late I barely remember getting sick, so that's nice!

Reilly Farrell wrote:

Sure is soothing.  (And I actually the line buzz gives it some nice warmth!)

Line Buzz = Keeping It Real?  smile

theGuen wrote:

That line buzz is surely annoying when you try to record something... But in the result it it adds some nice flavor.
Like a record player with some slight side noises barely noticeable but makes the sound live a bit more.
Beautyfull reduced and relaxed!

Thank you!  Line buzz I guess is the reality, I wonder if I'll ever crack the case on fixing it.

E-dub wrote:

I like it. I started training in Brazilian Jiujitsu this year and injured a groin muscle so I totally get how hard it is to get everything done that you want to.

That's so awesome that you do JiuJitsi!

license wrote:

Gorgeous. I didn't mind the line noise one bit.

Well thank you!

Q-Rosh wrote:

get well soon, OD. Buzzing is like salt in the soup!!! Nice track btw.

Love that analogy!

Ipaghost wrote:
vimster wrote:

Reminds me of the best period of Bibio's output, Vignetting The Compost. Lovely stuff.


Yeah, totally getting a Bibio vibe! Really great in it's simplicity! Hope you feel better soon!

Thanks for listening IPAGHOST with the MOST

June 27, 2020 1:44 am
Jokinen wrote:

The sound of the baritone is great. What tuning do you use? Having one of these is definitely on my bucket list.

B E A D G F# B - so the whole guitar string set shifted over one, relatively - I recommend them; as a one-man band, they are perfect for simultaneously composing pieces with bass lines, chords, and lead riffs on one instrument!  And of course they are essential for surf rock & country & western tunes

Ryan wrote:

Love me some Baritone, it will serve you well during surf week....

#SURFNATION

miraclemiles wrote:

This is nice, even with the salt in soup buzz. Wait ... you got injured at a show?! Sorry, but also awesome. Stage dive? Dance moves you aren't ready for? We fans need to know!

IT WAS ACTUALLY FILMED.  UGH it is really embarrassing, but ummmmmm maybe one day I will post it.  I typically do some gymnastics kinda moves and I did a move that I've done probably 40+ times before at shows and then.......I MESSED UP.

Devieus wrote:

Take a break, you need it.

Great song though.

heart

Tone Matrix wrote:

Love the chord progression.  I totally zoned out to this.  I hope you're feeling better soon man!

Thanks MATRIX

NWSPR wrote:

totally captures the vibe of coming down time of the after party. Reverb and guitar without drums or other accoutrements have pent up energy but also feel alone, like winding down after the event. Nice tone and full sound. Hope you're feeling better and on the mend!

Sometimes I get really bummed out after a show just because it is so much work and so much build up and then so exciting and then so emotional and then so exhausting and then so lonely and then you're back to "regular life"

rdomain wrote:

Dig the Bari and the simplicity here.  Sounds like single coil noise?

You know what, I bet you are right.  Both my Baritone and Jazzmaster have single coils.  What should I do about this?  A hum cancelling pedal or something?

zirafa wrote:

nice looper loop. was this done on the new loop pedal?

YUP I have been a total gear monster this year, but I'm using up all the Taco Money $$$ - That loop pedal is really the greatest thing ever.  The DL4 is still awesome from a "sound design" perspective - of making insane sound pieces, but the Electro Harmonix is the best looper for composing and arranging.

June 28, 2020 8:39 am

Single coils are inherently noisey. Some high end custom shop pickups are quite nice or if you've got a 3 pup/5 switch setup, the out of phase positions usually get rid of it well.

June 28, 2020 8:21 pm
rdomain wrote:

Single coils are inherently noisey. Some high end custom shop pickups are quite nice or if you've got a 3 pup/5 switch setup, the out of phase positions usually get rid of it well.

Dr. Coil or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Hiss


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