jueves, 6 de mayo de 2010

10 Ft. Ganja Plant--10 Deadly Shots Vol. 1--2010

01 - Long Meadow
02 - Trade Roots
03 - Sweetwater Vibes
04 - Tribe Of Kings
05 - Channel One Rocker
06 - Claremont Mesa Blvd
07 - San Diego Vibes
08 - Imperial Rock
09 - Unity
10 - Crescent Sounds
11 - Jamaica Blvd
12 - San Diego Bay
13 - Belmont Park
14 - Mission Bay
15 - Shaggy's Bingy

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10 Deadly shots cut from Vinyl!

Its a cold weekend in February and the Cessna's land. The vibes brew as the room fills, while the bass thumps a beat and the snare drum rings a tune. The chords echo through the room as the smell of analog tape enters the air.....A familiar start to a 10 ft Ganja Plant recording session. We like to keep things fresh, create a vibe, throw around the ideas, write the track, record the track and never play it again. We record almost all of the records live, everyone in one room. The exception would be the occasional vocal, keyboard guitar horn line that was impossible to play at the same time. All of the material is captured by reel to reel 2,4,8,16,24 tracks. During this particular session we were using 8 tracks.

The tracks were as follows:

1 drums
2 bass
3 guitar
4 guitar lead
5 organ/farfisa
6 rhodes/clavinet
7 tenor saxophone
8 percussion

After the record is mixed down to analog we send it to mastering. 10 Deadly Shots went through a very unique mastering process to add to the sound and feel you are hearing. The master was put through a Neumann sp79c Console to a Neumann SAL74b cutting rack then to a Neumann VMS 80 cutting lathe where the lacquer (record) was born. Yes that’s right cut to Vinyl. The last and final step is a high quality transfer from the lacquer to a digital format that you can enjoy as the album 10 Deadly Shots!



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