December 1st, 2013

A slow, fingerpicked chord progression on a 6-string guitar. I recorded this using my Zoom H4N recorder and some external, stereo microphones.
The microphones were the Samson C0-2 and I had them mounted on two separate
microphone stands: 1 was pointed at my left hand on the fret board to hopefully get the finger-squeaks, and the other microphone was pointed right above the sound-hole about 3 inches above the opening.

Hope you enjoy this, and since it is Creative Commons, feel free to use this for projects, radio or podcasts. All I ask is that you use my real name, Kevin Boucher, in the credits.



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    kvgarlic 6 months, 1 week ago

    Thanks so much shoeb.kan for the feedback.

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    Shoeb.khan 6 months, 1 week ago

    Beutiful 🌺

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    kvgarlic 8 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hi Booby 5.
    Yes, you sure can still use it. Thanks for reaching out and I am glad
    you found it useful. Kevin

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    booby5 8 months, 3 weeks ago

    Beautiful - I'd like to use it for my friend's father's photo montage. It will be played at his Celebration of Life. There will not be credits. Do I still have permission to use?

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    kvgarlic 4 years, 2 months ago

    Hi FranticT..Glad my music worked for you...Good Podcast!

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