Added by on 2015-08-09

International Track And Field 2000 - Nintendo 64 Review - HD

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International track and field 2000 review on the nintendo 64. Recorded using a dazzle and on original real console hardware and game cartridge.

Howdy y’all! My wife and kids are away for a couple of days and left me with four cats, a dog and seven ducks… yeah! Time to rock’n roll! LOL!

Well, it’s been a long time since my last upload, so I think it was about time to make a new video.
This time it’s just some bluesy jam stuff to a backing track I downloaded for free from jamtracks, I believe…
I really enjoy playing to it, but as you know – you always play the best stuff when no one is listening…
A beer helps, and this time it’s a Spendrup’s Premium Gold 5,9%, my favorite… ☺

Ok, recording equipment: Music Man Luke -95 played both with fingers and with my favorite pick – Brossard Picks -The Bone, Marshall JVM410H (EL34’s are replaced with KT77’s and the 12AX7 in the V2 position is replaced with a Tungsram 12AT7), occasionally I use a Fulltone OCD, an isolated speaker cabinet loaded with one celestion G12T-100, miked with a Shure SM57 and a Studio Projects B1 condenser microphone. The microphone preamp is a Line Audio Design 2MP which is a really good and price worthy preamp- made in Sweden!! After that the signal goes into the computer and Cubase SX2 where I make an mp3 file, which I import to the video editing software and mix it with the video camera’s sound.

Don’t ask what scales I use, ’cause I really don’t know what I’m doing, I just play, having fun – even if it doesn’t look like it… 😉 I’m also aware of my faults… playing over my ability, but frankly – I don’t give a damn! 😉
Take care my friends! ♥

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