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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Know what really Grinds My Gears?

Current mood: anxious

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All the stuff I use for recording. Not like the guitars and amp, but the microphones and speakers.

For one thing, I have to tape my speakers cable to itself, because apparently thats the only way I get one of them to work. I hardly ever have it past half-way on the volume, so I'm not sure why the one blew out.

But what makes me more pissed than that is recording something FLAWLESSLY and having the mic do what it does.

If you go to my "Favorite COB Riffs" video on youtube, you can hear it while I'm playing something. It actually shifts my pitch down.

As in it sounds lower than it actually is, and then will put it back to normal, then might do it again.

It might seem like a minor thing to you, but for me, recording something and doing as close to perfect as possible on it, only to have your microphone mess with it's pitch is bothersome.

The only time I should hear my pitch shifted is when I'm the one in control (with the whammy pedal). That's it.
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