Sunday, November 3, 2013

New Track: "California Coastline"



This latest track is dedicated to Roger Linn and was inspired by his Adrenalinn guitar effects processor, amp modeler and beat box.  It was recorded direct from the Adrenalinn into Logic Pro via an Akai EIE Pro.  The only instrument used besides Adrenalinn was my Agile Harm 1 Extended Scale Bass VI.  All drums are Adrenalinn.  Thanks for listening!

Thursday, July 25, 2013

New Single 'Clay' Featuring: Gold Tone Style 4+ Weissenborn; Meinl Ibo; Seagull Rustic Dreadnought



This single continues the purely-acoustic trend started with 'Ribbons'.  It featurs a Gold Tone Style 4+ weissenborn playing melody, a Seagull Rustic Dreadnought playing harmony and a Meinl Fiberglass Ibo for rhythm.  This track is available for purchase exclusively on Bandcamp at the moment.

The track get's it's name from the Meinl Ibo used as percussion on this track.  The Ibo is a fiberglass variation of a traditional clay drum from Africa called an udu.

Saturday, May 25, 2013

'Ribbons' - Featuring Gold Tone Style 4+ Weissenborn



Video for 'Ribbons' shot with a Canon PowerShot S3IS and S95 and edited in Final Cut Pro.  This is my first video edited in FCP.  There are some great shots of the Style 4+'s beautiful natural wood grain in this video.  Thanks again to Gold Tone & Tommy Sivert for helping me acquire my first Weissenborn guitar.  This video also has a few shots of my Seagull Entourage Rustic Dreadnought guitar and my LP Laptop Conga.  You can help support Sound of Seventy Three by purchasing this song @: http://soundofseventythree.bandcamp.com/

Thursday, May 9, 2013

New Song: "Ribbons"




This track features the Gold Tone Style 4+ and Seagull Entourage Rustic Dreadnought recorded with a R2 Mk2 ribbon microphone and a LP Laptop Conga recorded with a MXL V67Q stereo large condenser microphone direct into Logic Pro via the preamps on the TC Electronic Impact Twin Firewire interface.

credits

released 09 May 2013
All music composed, arranged, performed, recorded and produced by Douglas Hayward Johnson.