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Recording

Tune in to WKNR on Monday

Mike and I, along with Skinny Moo‘s Jay Goodman (@skinnymoojay), will join Kenny Roda and Michael Reghi (@ReghiandRoda) on ESPN Cleveland radio Monday 10/4 at 5:00PM to premiere the new “Afternoon R&R” theme song. The song is based on a drunkdude69 song called “It’s Alive”, which is on our upcoming[…]

Studio Night: 9.26.2010

We enjoyed another Sunday studio day, which started with watching the Browns game.  It was a drag to see the Ravens eventually beat the Browns (Ravens, grrrrrr), especially when Cleveland played really well during the majority of the game.  The DD69 Pittsburgh natives were glad to hear that the Steelers[…]

A new theme?

We spent Sunday alternately watching football (by the way, the RedZone channel may forever replace the way we watch football) and working in the studio.  Our main goal was to get all the parts recorded for a potential new theme song for ESPN’s WKNR 850 radio show “Afternoon R &[…]

DD69 special guest: Jay Goodman

Skinny Moo front man Jay Goodman came out tonight to provide some guest vocals for one of our upcoming songs. As always it’s a pleasure to include his performance on some DD69 music. He provided guest vocals on Funk Out With Your Junk Out, adding an entertaining spoken word part[…]

Marshall = Want

I’ve been fortunate that my friend “The Deuce” has lent me his Marshall JCM800 amp and cabinet while he’s off camping for a few days. Maybe fortunate isn’t the right word, because now I really want one of these. I’ve cut several guitar tracks thus far, and it’s been fun. […]

On track

Amazingly we’re being super-productive as of late.  Despite the fact that Mike continues to forget studio night (even though most of northeast Ohio knows when it is), we’re forging ahead and finishing track after track (okay, to his credit, he did do a Sunday “make-up” studio to track some bass[…]

Hammond tracking redux

I wrote a couple entries about my last experience recording my Hammond organ.  It was a little complicated due to some missing equipment and the fact that I was experimenting with the setup. A few days ago I decided to record some more tracks.  This time I changed things up[…]

Tracking the Hammond (part 2)

We left off with me setting up a recording session for my Hammond organ.  I had my Pro Tools control in place (a Frontier Tranzport), and a monitoring solution in place.  The next step was to mic the Leslie cabinet. Had there been one other person there, it would have[…]