Posted by Dan Drabek, written by Traditional
- Play count: 36
Size: 3,368kb, uploaded 8/7/2020 11:32:35 AM
Genre: Folk / Playing Style: Other
An English folk tune played on guitar and banjo
Friday, August 7, 2020 @12:15:48 PM
Very nice Dan. Were there some effects on the banjo?
Dan Drabek Says:
Friday, August 7, 2020 @3:26:50 PM
This was just an experimental piece I recorded in GarageBand. I overdubbed some improvised banjo licks to the guitar piece and kind of liked it. I figured if one banjo worked, two banjos might be cool. I think one of the banjos was capo'd up on the seventh fret, and I played close to the microphone. It sounds almost like a piano in spots. I used a single mike, and overdubbed the second banjo to a separate channel so it would sound more like stereo in headphones. In the end, I added a touch of reverb to the whole thing to try and get a little stage presence.
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