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pbercker

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Akash at the Brunswick


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Published on Jul 16, 2013
Akash playing at The Brunswick in Hove 10/07/2013
Akash are Lucy Hudson and Marc Clayton playing a fusion of South and North Indian music styles in their own unique show.
For bookings in the South of England please contact akash@tablalab.com
Nicely done Mark! I'm curious about the last 4 minutes and how that was done ... it sounded very cool!



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Hey thanks for posting Pascal...
You are quick off the mark

The last bit is a bit of a jam really.
I made most of the background in Logic and added some percussion from the DrumJam app (which is pretty cool.)

The tabla is being picked up by a 2nd mic running through a really old Boss Delay box.
The results were a bit hit and miss but it has an interesting effect when you wind the time control to repitch. That's fun for a little bit. Not sure if it justifies the setting up time or not.. let's see!

Will post a video of the main act, Filter Coffee once I get it rendered out...
Hope you are good, Pascal.

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pbercker

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Originally Posted by "mangataot"
Hey thanks for posting Pascal...
You are quick off the mark

The last bit is a bit of a jam really.
I made most of the background in Logic and added some percussion from the DrumJam app (which is pretty cool.)

The tabla is being picked up by a 2nd mic running through a really old Boss Delay box.
The delay box must be what I heard around 12:30 ... it sounded very very cool, but you only played for about 30 seconds ... and started fiddling with the controls some more at about 13:00 .... the results were still interesting, but it's that initial 30 seconds of you playing with the delay box that really grabbed my attention!


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