Main guitars for me:
-Fender Japan Strat -Fender USA 52 RI Tele -70’s Gibson L6s deluxe
-CF Mountain acoustic (old martin copy) sounds fantastic!! on it’s 3rd set of frets in 15years.
-1950 Supro Lapsteel -Cherokee Pedal Steel -70’s Electra bass
- a bunch of other random stringed instruments. (ukelele, mandolin, banjo, dobro x2, arch top, etc.)
This is definitely a step in the right direction!! I think this adds value to the music already available for sale here, and will hopefully generate even more “high end” traffic!!
A suspenseful tune: Maybe not quite icy enough, but the last bit may be cool.
“Thunder Battle March”http://audiojungle.net/item/thunder-battle-march/6502304
Yes, the analytics are your friend. After 3 months, I check the view history. If it is low or non existent but the track is good, then I may change some tags to see if it gets more hits. After another 3 months, it’s chopped.
I have been a little slack with that lately (summer time!! and other projects) but that is the safe way for me to handle it.
Congrats! Being featured is nice!
I use whatever works!!
I like to mix real amp sounds with the sims in Guitar Rig. A good mic and speaker are important to good electric guitar tone, along with many, many other things.
If you know how to set up an electric rig, then using Guitar rig or any other plugin or modeler is much easier!
Well done!! There is still hope! : )
I have used the Zoom H6 for some VO recordings and field work with shotgun microphones… It works quite well, and the multi-track functions are very nice. The battery life is great also!
The preamps are a lot better than the H4, in terms of noise floor (used one of those too)… It’s hard to beat the H6 at that price point. the SD stuff is definitely better, but you can always add one of their small mixers to get cleaner sounds… I think you can bypass the preamps by using a TRS 1/4” cable into the H6 from the XLR or mini XLR output on an external recorder.
Great job Josh! I remember when you joined up…