Posted by schwimbo, written by Allen Shelton
- Play count: 246
Size: 636kb, uploaded 12/15/2010 4:01:20 PM
Genre: Bluegrass / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)
Here is the same combination of me playing Allen Shelton's first break with the Jim and Jesse rhythm track, with a little of that rhythm track extended past the banjo solo so you can see it was mostly me playing the banjo part. This latest version has the banjo part delayed by about .02 seconds relative to the rhythm track. The reason I needed to do this is that when I played along with the track in Audacity, the new part added to the rhythm track is delayed slightly by the computer's processing time, and you need to manually shift the new track relative to the one being played along with. I didn't shift the track the correct amount to match what I had actually intended when playing (I over shifted it by a small amount). I compared the Jim and Jesse version with my newer time shifted version (delayed slightly) and it matches much better. When the snare in both tracks line up, the banjo parts from Allen's playing and my copy of his break also line up better. I think that it still sounds bouncy (at least as much as when it was inadvertently pushing the beat slightly in the first version I posted with the rhythm track).
Wednesday, December 15, 2010 @4:24:39 PM
soundin great peter
Wednesday, December 15, 2010 @6:29:17 PM
Short, but very sweet.:) Ron
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