Saturday, 17 May 2008
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So I searched the forum for sound clips, and the only results were people asking for clips, or people saying that they would post clips soon. Nobody has ever actually put clips up, or even linked to Dingwall clips somewhere else. So here it is: the unofficial sound clips thread. If you know of Dingwall clips anywhere, even someone else's, please link to them.
12 years ago
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Thanks for the kind words! Rig-wise I was playing a UA710, PLX3102 and a Shroeder 2x12 Neo. Light and loud is the name of the game these days.
12 years ago
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My band backing one of my heroes, Miche Fambro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZLAF1zBms4
12 years ago
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Sweet Adam! Nice full tone, just curious..do you remember what pick-up setting you were using?
12 years ago
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[quote="lowphatbass":31l28q89]Sweet Adam! Nice full tone, just curious..do you remember what pick-up setting you were using?[/quote:31l28q89] Thanks. Series position, completely flat eq on my Phil Jones Six-Pak. I almost never play with a pick (as I am here), but was trying to reproduce the style of the original tune (which is about 30 years old).
12 years ago
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[quote="Adam12Wilcox":2jqiu0e6]My band backing one of my heroes, Miche Fambro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZLAF1zBms4[/quote:2jqiu0e6]Nice work! Really loved the solos from your guitarist and Miche, especially when it started sounding very Zappa! :) EG
12 years ago
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[quote="Adam12Wilcox":3pdn4c0n]My band backing one of my heroes, Miche Fambro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZLAF1zBms4[/quote:3pdn4c0n] Very sweet version. I really dig it!
12 years ago
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Thanks, guys. Miche is not of this earth. Playing with him is a pleasure and a privilege.
11 years ago
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Here's a track from a recent project, the producer asked for "an old school vibe, but with some clarity". The FD-3's work really well for this type of thing: http://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/song_3506680
11 years ago
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[quote="lowphatbass":2rdy5ewy]Here's a track from a recent project, the producer asked for "an old school vibe, but with some clarity". The FD-3's work really well for this type of thing: http://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/song_3506680[/quote:2rdy5ewy] Sounds great Lowphat.
11 years ago
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[quote="Funkshwey":1vfh2n5s][quote="lowphatbass":1vfh2n5s]Here's a track from a recent project, the producer asked for "an old school vibe, but with some clarity". The FD-3's work really well for this type of thing: http://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/song_3506680[/quote:1vfh2n5s] Sounds great Lowphat.[/quote:1vfh2n5s] Thanks Funk, I had a lot of fun on this project, it's nice to do different stuff every once in a while.
11 years ago
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this is me playing my dingwall VOODOO: http://www.bassic.ch/upload/mp3a/9853.mp3 played straight into my imac WITHOUT ANY eq etc... bridge pickup treble rolled all the way off.... at first you hear the bass alone, and afterwards in a rough mix best wishes from germany! stefan
11 years ago
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[quote="prengel_basser":2185r035]this is me playing my dingwall VOODOO: http://www.bassic.ch/upload/mp3a/9853.mp3 played straight into my imac WITHOUT ANY eq etc... bridge pickup treble rolled all the way off.... at first you hear the bass alone, and afterwards in a rough mix best wishes from germany! stefan[/quote:2185r035] Great playing. The low B is really piano-like :) This would be a great preview of how the 37" B bass sounds like.
11 years ago
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hey thanks! the b is actually a C in this song. (tuned up a halfstep) I just love this bassline. It´s so cool to play this style in a Heavy Metal band :-)
11 years ago
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Some strait ahead blues, [u:bms4rmxx]a Dingwall is very well suited for most any type of music...[/u:bms4rmxx] I don't really specialize in playing blues but lately I've gained an appreciation and enjoyment from it, and it's become a nice way to round out my calendar. ....Yes, the "camcorder" must have been right in front of the the guitar amp(s) but the drummer and I were definitely making our presence felt live, although it may be hard to hear given the crappy audio: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnvYu-_Ts_8 (if you don't like blues guitar then overt your eyes/ears)
11 years ago
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11 years ago
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[quote="BurningSkies":1zx2djks]Just finished uploading some new demo tracks...all recorded with my Dingwall Voodoo/Zebra Rastaburst. http://homepage.mac.com/burningskies/.M ... _Rebel.mp3 http://homepage.mac.com/burningskies/.Music/AmeTame.mp3 http://homepage.mac.com/burningskies/.M ... Belong.mp3[/quote:1zx2djks] Ya mahn
11 years ago
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[quote="Funkshwey":1yw6hzsz][quote="BurningSkies":1yw6hzsz]Just finished uploading some new demo tracks...all recorded with my Dingwall Voodoo/Zebra Rastaburst. http://homepage.mac.com/burningskies/.M ... _Rebel.mp3 http://homepage.mac.com/burningskies/.Music/AmeTame.mp3 http://homepage.mac.com/burningskies/.M ... Belong.mp3[/quote:1yw6hzsz] Ya mahn[/quote:1yw6hzsz] Pretty much what you’d expect from the Rastaburst, right? For the record, its DI post EQ from my LMII (with the highs rolled off fairly substantially) and some boost in the low from the OBP-1. From there its MOTU 8-Pre -> Cubase4. The bass is run in series/series/series (usually live I run the pickups series and the bass in parallel). During mixdown there’s a high pass on the bass so as not to overwhelm the mix and not to blow out everyone’s home speakers. No other EQ or compression to the bass, besides what I used universally for the entire mix.
11 years ago
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Wow, GREAT tone and really good tunes too.
11 years ago
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":14hrj76u]Wow, GREAT tone and really good tunes too.[/quote:14hrj76u] Thanks Sheldon! Of course you made it possible. These are the first recordings with this bass, and I had to do much less than I normally have had to, to get it to sound good in the mix. The clarity of the Dingwall B can be heard on the track Ame Tame, where the intro/outro/mainline drops below E. It stays tight and really punchy even with plenty of low and most of the highs backed out.
11 years ago
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":245mqmn7]Wow, GREAT tone and really good tunes too.[/quote:245mqmn7] +1
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