Saturday, December 31, 2016

Tablet Studio

Myself testing out Howard's tablet's micropone Left is a link to a recording I made on Howard's Tablet. I believe this is the one where I had reduced the gain on the thing to -8 db; which yielded the best playback sound; at least on my home stereo. It remains to be heard what the quality will be coming from the free mp3 hosting site that I use

If I were to take the tablet into the smoking room, here at Sacred Heart Apartments, I might get a reverberation good enough to be able to put the songs on a CD. I know one other street musician whose CD is just himself, sitting in a quiet area behind a restaurant that was closed at the time, and playing and singing into a little recorder, probably not much different in capabilities from Howard's tablet.

1 comment:

alex carter said...

I could only take a bit of that, I think I lasted about 1/3 of the way through before I had to shut it off.

But as I keep saying, go ahead and make CDs, several different ones, with colorful covers and you'll be able to sell them for a fiver each all day, as people buy up stuff like that the way people used to buy postcards in the old days.