[doggiebox] Doggiebox and other instruments

Michael Carlyle mcarlyle at charter.net
Thu May 22 09:13:56 EDT 2003

The sample songs on the site were a couple that I had sent 
along to Ben, just for kicks. He liked them and posted 
them, after checking with me, of course.

They were recorded using Cubase SX on a G4. The Doggiebox 
audio files were exported as 32bit float AIFF's, but any 
AIFF format would work, really. I imported these tracks as 
a single stereo track into Cubase. The guitar parts on the 
first demo were done with my 50's Classic Tele through a 
Tech 21 Trademark 10 piped directly into a Tascam 424, 
which I used as a sort of interface between the digital 
and analog worlds. The Tascam was routed stereo in to the 
G4, where Cubase picks up the tracks and lays 'em down.

The bass was recorded pretty much direct. It's a '62 RI 
Fender Jazz routed through a compressor and then into the 
Tascam, etc.

The drum tracks were left fairly dry. I added some overall 
compression and a bit of stereo reverb to the mix when 
creating the disk file. I mixed to AIFF, then used iTunes 
to convert to mp3.

On Wed, 21 May 2003 21:01:35 -0700
  Carl Freire <cfreire at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
>Hi Michael:
>At 11:11 AM +1000 5/22/03, Michael Garrett wrote:
>> Warning:  I've just joined this mailing list and I'm 
>>sure this
>> question has been asked before...
>I haven't been on it too long myself so I don't know 
>what's gone before,
>say, a month ago or so.
>> How are other people recording bass/guitar/vocals when 
>>they are using
>> Doggiebox?  The example mp3 songs on the web site are 
>>great.  I'm
>Well, I've done a little bit, making demos of my songs 
>for my band.  I
>convert my drum track to an .aiff file and then either 
>play out into my
>Fostex four-track or the ProTools Free eight-track I 
>downloaded some time
>back from the manufacturer.  It's been very nice and 
>sounds pretty good.
>Hope to tinker some more with this over the next few 
>months--I finally
>figured out how to do some simple fills, which makes a 
>big difference!
>Plus, it's easier for me to work to an "actual" drum 
>backing rather than
>play off of a click track.
>Carl Freire
>Oakland, California
>cfreire at ix.netcom.com
>cfreire at uclink4.berkeley.edu
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