Month: May 2014

A bit of home recording

I’ve been collaborating with singer/songwriter Ell Phillips, who asked me to put some pedal steel on her recordings. This has meant I’ve had to get a bit better at the home recording process. I’ve got a Zoom R16 which is

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More dobro action!

I’ve been collaborating with a singer/songwriter/guitarist Ell Phillips who asked me to put some pedal steel on her recordings. I started off with my dobro as it’s just easier to sit at a computer and rewind over a song while

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Noongallas Nights

I hooked up with my old mate Alex Bondonno last weekend. Previously a devout jazzer (saxophone being his instrument of choice), he has started performing as a folk artists playing banjo and singing. We spent the weekend recording a bit

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Pedals : A revelation or the bleeding obvious?!

Since getting my universal pedal steel one of the things I’ve had to struggle with is accurately getting my foot onto one or two of seven pedals, instead of three on my E9 guitar. I knew this was going to

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