Jacinto Blues

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11/4/2017 9:43 PM

Working on a friends song. Still has timing issues which I am trying to fix. https://soundcloud.com/russ-e-gregory/jacinto-blues

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11/5/2017 7:40 AM

Has a very SRV sound to it. I have rather large trash heap of blues attempts. Could never make it sound that good.

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11/5/2017 11:05 PM

Me neither. I'm just the drum programmer and engineer. I do wonder if anyone has ever made a recording that actually sounded Pro with Reaper and Guitar Rig?
I do really like how the guitar rig sounds in this. So much easier but can it really be as good?

After much editing of the rhythm track I convinced my friend to re-do it. You are the resident blues expert hear so I was hoping to get some feedback. Believe me he will be thrilled to hear that it sounds like SRV his favorite player.

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11/7/2017 5:41 AM

I still have not tried guitar rig but I will. As far as your question, I don't think Reaper has anything inherent that makes it less than pro quality. It's 1's and zero's in all of them. The only difference might be in editing capabilities and from what I have read, all of the top DAW's are very similar including Reaper. The price makes you wonder though.

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11/8/2017 6:18 PM

I told him you guys had said that. He is thrilled.

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11/9/2017 12:54 PM

Been polishing this thing lately but I'm not sure about something. Does it seems boring? Too slow? No key change? No Bridge? There are some things I like about it as it is a strange combination of things which I find interesting. Maybe a two hand tapping, distorted banjo solo? Yodeling? https://soundcloud.com/russ-e-gregory/meg

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11/9/2017 12:56 PM

Oh by the way, check out the feedback harmonics at the trailing end. Didn't think Guitar Rig could do that.

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