A Little Unabashed Self Promotion, But Also Mobile Recording In The Rig.

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Davy A.'s Comment
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Pretty amazing the technology we have these days. I laid the bassline in this at the Pilot in Rapid City and the drums in the Loves in CO on 70. I sent it out to my Guitarist and singer then back again for some tweaks and mixing. Pretty happy with it considering I recorded it in something the size of a walk in closet lol.

Dark Sea

for reference, a pic of the set in the truck.

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IDMtnGal 's Comment
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Davy A,

That isn't my normal music I listen to, but that song was pretty good! It appears the other songs are playing as well.

Laura

Bruce K.'s Comment
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Davy, that was freaking amazing!

Shawn's Comment
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I've been thinking about getting E-drums, I never considered putting them in the truck, haha

Victor C. II's Comment
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Thats pretty cool, I figured a drum set would not fit in the truck thats neat! I was gifted with the talents of being able to drum and play piano naturally, which is humbling to say the least. Pretty cool, how you can do that in the truck!

Pretty amazing the technology we have these days. I laid the bassline in this at the Pilot in Rapid City and the drums in the Loves in CO on 70. I sent it out to my Guitarist and singer then back again for some tweaks and mixing. Pretty happy with it considering I recorded it in something the size of a walk in closet lol.

Dark Sea

for reference, a pic of the set in the truck.

0488517001641968687.jpg

Pretty amazing the technology we have these days. I laid the bassline in this at the Pilot in Rapid City and the drums in the Loves in CO on 70. I sent it out to my Guitarist and singer then back again for some tweaks and mixing. Pretty happy with it considering I recorded it in something the size of a walk in closet lol.

Dark Sea

for reference, a pic of the set in the truck.

0488517001641968687.jpg

Davy A.'s Comment
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Laura, thank you. If the other songs are playing at the same time, you should be able to scroll down the page and hit stop on them.

Bruce, Thanks.

Sean, that's a little Simons kit. It sets up pretty quickly. When I'm done I just fold it up and store it on the upper bunk. It's pretty decent sound for how cheap it is. I have a Steinberg ur22 interface that I have wired into the aux jack on the truck radio for monitors although most of the time I just use cans. (Headphones) . I also have a bass and small midi controller and keyboard.

PackRat's Comment
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You guys need an agent.

Andrey's Comment
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Is it possible to incorporate some engine or road sounds? That could make truck songs even more authentic!

PackRat's Comment
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Is it possible to incorporate some engine or road sounds? That could make truck songs even more authentic!

That's a GREAT idea!

Grinch's Comment
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That rocks Davy

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