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I guess if you're a one-man a cappella artist with a functional recording rig, nothing is stopping you from producing a steady stream of little vocal experiments. So, as I fit the category myself, I really should get down to some recording. This first blog of mine here at CASA is really just a personal reminder not to be too fascinated with all the new gear out there, but rather use the gear I already own to make some music. With the help from my friends in my part-time group All Ears, I will hopefully resurface here with a string of tunes under my belt, sung mostly by me, with the group adding some extra shine and livelyness to the tracks. I'll keep you posted!

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Can't wait to hear it

I'm glad you wrote this, because I've recently acquired some basic recording equipment of my own, and have been considering creating a few simple tracks.  But for whatever reason, I haven't gotten my butt in gear to do it.  There are a lot of DIY one-man operations out there, but we (if I can throw myself into the group) don't connect very well to one another.  CASA can certainly serve as a gathering place for folks like us... perhaps we could even create a special network or track just for sharing ideas and recordings with one another.

Hmmmm....

--Dave Brown

now: Mouth Off host | ICCA & CARA Judge

then: CASA president, CASAcademy director, CASA Bd of Directors | BYU Vocal Point | Noteworthy co-foun

Absolutely - post away!

I think you'll get a good number of people interested in hearing your music if you post it here.

- Deke Sharon • 800.579.9305 • http://www.dekesharon.com

Thanks, will be posting next week

Thanks for your encouraging words, I will hopefully post some tests (work in progress) next week :) Would make for an interesting before/after study. From the raw idea (next week) to the final polished product (who knows when).

Sindre Saebo
Oslo, Norway

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