Home Made Hit Show #17 - now available

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Home Made Hit Show #17 - now available

Post by tonyoci » Fri Mar 31, 2006 12:27 pm

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Thanks to Lee of course for the opener

Plastic People - eJam
Theme ... & File Me Under Regret - Brill Bedroom
Love Sweet Love - Supraluxe
Let It Breathe - Tomas De Camino & Eric Stiwich
As We Dream - As We Dream
Weekend Revulers - Pocket Gods

Keep sending the songs and WATCH OUT for the extra episode coming this weekend.
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Post by Lee » Fri Mar 31, 2006 2:34 pm

Tony wrote:Thanks to Lee of course for the opener
Oh my my... this is going to be ugly. Isn't it!? :lol:
Like Jeff mentioned, I should have used the pitch correction on the "sound effects". :lol: I'll be back to review the show after I catch up with the last one...

Too funny man!

PS
Mike's collab sounds great for the opening tune...
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Post by Zoetrope » Fri Mar 31, 2006 2:59 pm

That opening cracked me up. Another great show.
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Post by chf » Fri Mar 31, 2006 3:53 pm

Tony

what a great show! Love all of the songs. Something for Dennis to strive for.

Your best show in my humble...!

Cheers

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Post by Omegaman » Fri Mar 31, 2006 4:17 pm

:lol: Thanks Tony! Lee now I'm gonna be haunted the whole ride home....
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Post by Lee » Fri Mar 31, 2006 4:24 pm

The many years of practice; the countless hours of writing; the nose to the grindstone recording sessions, but what evokes the greatest response?
Me arse! :lol: I have finally found my true voice!!!!! :^:
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Post by Howard » Fri Mar 31, 2006 8:24 pm

Tony,

I appreciate that Mark put up a forum for your show. I was almost expecting you to put up your own bbs software and drain some of us off to that. Not a good idea, in my opinion.

Thank you again for the lo-fi versions of the HHS. One day, I may get a broadband connection. Until then, you've got a loyal lo-fi listener.

One thing I sometimes do when I can't listen to the show from my computer, is to record it to tape to play in my car. I sometimes do this when I download the show late at night. The lo-fi version is just fine to drive by.

Oh, yes, I don't have a CD player in my car, and I don't own a portable Mp3 player such as the i-Pod. My home music gear and computer are old as well, with the PS-04 being a very new thing for me, purchased about 18 months ago.

I do have a cell phone, and, at the risk of offending digital fans, it's an analog cellphone, not a digital PCS type. Yes, I know, but analog works better in the terrain I live in.

Gosh, I just heard myself do a "station break" on the show. Almost made me hit the floor. Thanks for using it. I'm flattered. OMG, I'm on again!

I'll keep listening. Oh no. Three times! Three times flattered, three times humbled. Thank you Tony.

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Post by Jeffster » Sat Apr 01, 2006 12:05 am

Really enjoyed this show, Tony, everything from Lee's openning pooper...err...I mean blooper, to Howard's second show ID at the end, and all the music inbetween. Your're doing a great job of finding these talented folks' recordings, and putting them together in an interesting and captivating format. You seem to be in a really good groove with this show.
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Post by Rick Jones » Sat Apr 01, 2006 2:04 am

Tony's finally gone off the deep end. Gotta love it! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Post by Unstablxxx » Sat Apr 01, 2006 10:29 pm

Nice show, Tony. Thanks for the kind words about the band.

Congrats on the new forum... but why did my post end up in your forum? Inquiring minds want to know.
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Post by tonyoci » Sun Apr 02, 2006 2:06 am

Zoetrope moved all the posts, I think it came up in a search for Home Made Hit Show.

I moved it back but it leaves a trail :D
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Post by MatBio » Sun Apr 02, 2006 12:06 pm

Very nice show! Like all the songs. Interesting thing about that test with Variax, do you have the website link?
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Post by MatBio » Sun Apr 02, 2006 12:32 pm

Ok, found it.

I say A is LP and B is Variax (I didn't look at the thread, so not to see the actual results) Having said that,

-I think the playing is not good as to see real differences in the instrument. A real test has to be done a a master of the LP. The sound of a LP was captured by listening and studying carefully to a master playing

-B sounded way better. A had intonation (and tuning) problems and I think it was played not with the same passion.

-A had a muddy sound, not the best LP sound I've heard!!!

Why did I know B was the variax? well, to get a good tone of a LP, you need more than a LP. B sounded way better as a LP, because it was modeled to do so. I knew it was variax not because of the sound, but because there was a strange noise at the end of every note.

So, I think Variax is a good choice for home recording to get some realistic guitar sounds... Although I personally wouldn't buy one, I think they are a great piece of gear.
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Post by tonyoci » Sun Apr 02, 2006 12:48 pm

There's actually two LP to Variax comparisons out there, not sure which one you found, I've only followed one and A was the LP though you could have read that anyway :D (but I know you didn't)
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Post by MatBio » Sun Apr 02, 2006 12:51 pm

Some homerecording Forum
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Post by storpotaten » Mon Apr 03, 2006 11:41 am

Tony - your best show so far! All the music was fantastic! I've added a couple of CDs to the to-buy-list. Thanks! :cheer:
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Post by Hugo » Thu Apr 06, 2006 8:05 am

Hi, Tony - this was definitely my favorite show yet. Congrats to all the folks who contributed - really nice. Keep 'em comin', BABY.
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