Acoustic guitar recorded sitting next to a cracking fireplace
- 16 bit / 44,1 kHz - 247 MB (cca 156 single wav files) - 7 nki files - Acoustic guitar recorded sitting next to a cracking fireplace - not usual guitar tone+weird string bending - 3 x round robin - mod. wheel is set to control release - Kontakt 18.104.22.16866 and above full version required
One day I took my acoustic guitar with me for a regular visit to my cottage. Also a microphone and a bottle of beer. After I picked some apples, I have made a fire and heated up, had a beer and recorded some guitar sounds together with sounds from a burning fireplace. My intention was not to record "great" guitar sound. I was hoping to make some strange, kind of unusual ethno stringed instrument. Therefore, when playing, I used nervous vibrato and unproper bending, together with some detuning... and the result was drunken sounding, fiery stringed experimental instrument - Drunkeytar.
Sounds of a burning wood gave it calming, meditative atmosphere. Scroll down for audio demo.
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