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Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Lucas Mar 22, 2009.

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Started this discussion. Last reply by ronnie edwards Dec 21, 2008.

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John Carlini replied to Mish S's discussion Mentoring in the group Taking It To The Next Level
"Scott and Steve, Here are my thoughts re: mastering; 1st, it is NOT my area of expertise, so I wouldn't try it myself. 2nd, I am in awe of the process. In my experience as musician/arranger/producer on recording projects, I have learned that in…"
Feb 15, 2009
Steve Alexander replied to Mish S's discussion Real Time Mentoring in the group Taking It To The Next Level
"With my own first project, I sent my project to a pro mastering studio. They have all the tools, all the experience and bring fresh ears to the project. As your CD will be played on many different systems, a pro mastering studio will have the…"
Feb 11, 2009
Steve Alexander replied to Mish S's discussion Real Time Mentoring in the group Taking It To The Next Level
"In addition to jamming with better players, I wil bring a small digital recorder along. When the light turns red, everyone "steps up their game" a little. Then, afterwards I will send out the mp3 so we can learn from each other all over…"
Feb 11, 2009
scott replied to Mish S's discussion Real Time Mentoring in the group Taking It To The Next Level
"John, I'm finishing up tracking on my first album project. I'm having a hard time deciding what route to go. I could buy a $300 mastering package to mix down, spend $600 or so to have a local studio do only an acceptable job mastering or…"
Feb 11, 2009
John Carlini replied to Mish S's discussion Real Time Mentoring in the group Taking It To The Next Level
"Thanks for the good words, Marty! Here's a "reality check" regarding recording budgets. For River Suite, Tony and I put a stereo mic on a coffee table in his den. We had a couch and a chair on either side of the mic and recorded the…"
Feb 7, 2009
Marty Henrickson replied to Mish S's discussion Real Time Mentoring in the group Taking It To The Next Level
"John, you're absolutely right, and I'm very interested in checking out Mick's book. I was about to ask the title, etc. when I saw Scott's post (thanks, Scott). I remember Bryan Sutton also mentioned this topic briefly in his FGM…"
Feb 6, 2009
scott replied to Mish S's discussion Real Time Mentoring in the group Taking It To The Next Level
"I bought Mick's book probably 5yrs ago per John's advice, and I'll have to say it's a great tool for teaching and for motivation. It's got some really great comments in it to spark desire to improve! It's a GREAT book.…"
Feb 2, 2009
John Cadley replied to Mish S's discussion Real Time Mentoring in the group Taking It To The Next Level
"JLC, I've been lucky enough to have a pretty good friendship with Clay Hess, who produced my last CD. Two years ago at IBMA I got to be a fly on the wall while Ron Block and Clay traded guitar breaks in a small hotel room. It was really a…"
Feb 2, 2009

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Favorite Flatpickers
TR, Sutton, etc..
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Monroe instrumentals, fiddle tunes, spacegrass, dawgmusic
Favorite Guitars
Martin HD28, Gold Tone PBS
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
Guitar (on and off) since I was 14, Mandolin since 1999, Dobro since 2002.

Playing a lot of mando lately and looking for a good 6string flatpicker that can also sing.

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At 5:43am on October 20, 2008, Mish S said…
Looking for locals to jam wit
At 6:04pm on November 12, 2008, Ben Clark said…
Mish, I live about 30 miles east in New Jersey. Would you be interested in jamming sometime?
At 8:53am on January 2, 2009, Kevin Justice said…
Howdy Mish - Kevin here ... way down in S. Jersey at I-295 Exit 4.

I see that you are in Bucks County and looking for people to jam with. I might be able to help you out a little bit.

Where exactly are you located, and are you aware of any organizations and/or regular jams in your area ?

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