Re: [Harp-L] Re: Eivets Rednow Question

Nah, it's a C chrom, normal speed. Really, trust me on this ;-).

BTW, it goes up to a high D, so that rules out either a G chrom or a C slowed down to G. 

But thanks for reminding me what a beautiful performance this was!

- Slim

On Oct 10, 2011, at 3:59 PM, michael rubin wrote:

> Our new idea is that he recorded on a C and the engineer slowed to song to G.
> Michael Rubin
> On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 5:26 PM, michael rubin
> <michaelrubinharmonica@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Working on Ruby with a student on a C chromatic.  He has a band that
>> is playing in the key of C, but Stevie is playing in the key of G.
>> When my student used the amazing slow downer to transpose up to the
>> key of C, he noticed that all of the trill button in/out effects
>> continued to work.  When we played in the key of G on a C chromatic,
>> we needed a sixteen hole chrome to get the full range of the song.
>> But when transposed, the entire song fit on a 12 hole chrome.  Is it
>> possible that Stevie played this song on a G chromatic?
>> Thanks,
>> Michael Rubin

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