[Harp-L] Stevie, Once in my life, solo
Wed Sep 23 01:29:49 EDT 2020
Robert at xxxxx
On Tue, Sep 22, 2020 at 10:21 PM Steve Marchena <smarchena at xxxxx>
> I’m sorry, I have to more clear: alternating between the unbent note with
> the slide in, to the same hole and breath direction with the slide out AND
> the note bent down a half step.
> > On Sep 23, 2020, at 1:19 AM, Steve Marchena <smarchena at xxxxx>
> > A common guitar technique is to to combine left hand bending with right
> hand tremolo bar pitch manipulation to create a wider bend than would be
> possibly with either technique individually.
> > Is it possible that Stevie is using the slide to achieve one 1/2 step on
> the draw, then alternately bending down 1/2 step on the blow, to create
> whole step ornamentation?
> >> On Sep 23, 2020, at 1:05 AM, Robert Hale <ynfdwas at xxxxx> wrote:
> >> Maybe I didn't post this correctly.
> >> No one mentioned hearing this recent unlisted link
> >> https://youtu.be/9QVbaLHEIZc
> >> This is 10 seconds, assembled by the following method:
> >> 1. slowed original audio 50%
> >> 2. sampled first note
> >> 3. sampled second note
> >> 4. each note looped and EQ'd to 2400hz peak to emphasize the fundamental
> >> frequency
> >> 5. Single note loops joined and looped
> >> I made no pitch alteration. The pitch of these two tones is far closer
> to a
> >> whole step than a half step.
> >> Also revealed in this processing is that this piece DOES sound like a
> >> as Michael Rubin mentioned. . Chromatic slides of a half step processed
> >> similarly sound very different elsewhere in the song.
> >> I don't mind that anyone disagrees. It's been a fun and challenging
> >> project for me to demonstrate this way.
> >> TOOLS: GoldWave DAW and Lightworks video editor
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