Re: OCTAVE DIVIDER
>> QUESTION FOR Mike Curtis (re your post yesterday) and other harpers:
>> Can you share a bit more about your experience with the octave
>> divider? why do you use it?
Jerry Murad once used an octave divider to record bass lines. It was
in the mid-80's when Jerry recorded his Add-A-Part series. Since he was
not willing to pay for Dick Gardner's travel to Detroit, Dick would not
make the recording. As a result, Jerry went into the studio and played
all the melodies with Al Fiore on chord harmonica, then over-dubbed the
bass lines using a 280 chromatic and an octave divider. The sound is
fairly consistent throughout, and with only minimal comprimise sounds
like the bass harmonica.
George Miklas, bass harmonica
Jerry Murad's Harmonicats
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