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Re: live at Blue Shell, Cologne

I got the day off, and I'm just soaking this in. It's on it's third rotation. Great music! Makes me think of Frisell at times (and mean that as a compliment) love the glitchyness. Didn't notice or think about the reverb. Well Done!

On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 1:28 PM, <stanitarium@earthlink.net> wrote:
thanks for replying Michael-i was so afraid my words soundded so negatory-which was not my intent. now church reverb is the coolest reverb-good luck w/ that!
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From: Michael Peters
Sent: Mar 27, 2012 1:23 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: RE: live at Blue Shell, Cologne

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> too much reverberation is never a good thing


have to agree with you in this case, Stan. Somehow it sounded different when I did it live, but now I don't particularly like the reverb sound on the recording, myself. I've always been a reverb junkie and I love Budd/Guthrie music that is totally soaked in reverb but it has to sound good - this one somehow doesn't sound as good as I thought. Although Ted likes it, and after the gig, nobody complained about the reverb. Strange. Will have to put particular attention on the reverb next time but then, my next gig (May 19 I think) will take place in a church anyway :)






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