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Rick Campbell


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Post  Posted 30 Mar 2021 6:38 am    
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I was thinking about George Jones yesterday.

https://youtu.be/WKzjraivr14

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Tony Prior


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Post  Posted 30 Mar 2021 7:06 am    
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Really nice Rick, you and your identical brothers play well together ! Laughing
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Jim Fogle


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Post  Posted 30 Mar 2021 10:35 am    
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Sensational. Rick you really do a good job of editing all the views together and matching them to the audio.

Excellent listening and viewing.

What's the DAW? Are you still using Band-in-a-Box for drums and bass?

I look forward to hearing each release.
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Rick Campbell


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Post  Posted 30 Mar 2021 4:49 pm    
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Jim Fogle wrote:
Sensational. Rick you really do a good job of editing all the views together and matching them to the audio.

Excellent listening and viewing.

What's the DAW? Are you still using Band-in-a-Box for drums and bass?

I look forward to hearing each release.


DAW is Presonus Studio One. Drums on this one are BIAB Real Drums, Bass starts with BIAB MIDI but gets edited in DAW to tweak the walks. Steel and Tele are through Warm Audio WA73 pre, then into Presonus interface. In fact, that's the signal chain for everything. Then in the DAW the guitars get inserted with Positive Grid Bias Amp II and various compression, EQ, reverb, etc... Mics are basically WA184 for acoustic instruments and Audio Technica 4047 for vocals.

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Rick Campbell


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Post  Posted 31 Mar 2021 7:43 am    
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Tony Prior wrote:
Really nice Rick, you and your identical brothers play well together ! Laughing


Thanks. If I could just get them to get along. They fuss a lot. Very Happy

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Carl Williams


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Post  Posted 2 Apr 2021 2:16 pm     Classic Country—Yes!
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Rick,
Thanks for posting your “Band”....my kind of classic country that many of us heard growing up. As a multi-instrumentalist myself, I can appreciate you keeping your skills/chops in very fine shape thank you. On a side note (Pun Intended), my Williams side is from the Sneedville area...My WWII Army retired Dad, Carl Williams, Sr., rests in the Williams Family cemetery there. Carl
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Rick Campbell


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Post  Posted 2 Apr 2021 5:20 pm     Re: Classic Country—Yes!
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Carl Williams wrote:
Rick,
Thanks for posting your “Band”....my kind of classic country that many of us heard growing up. As a multi-instrumentalist myself, I can appreciate you keeping your skills/chops in very fine shape thank you. On a side note (Pun Intended), my Williams side is from the Sneedville area...My WWII Army retired Dad, Carl Williams, Sr., rests in the Williams Family cemetery there. Carl


It's a small world sometimes. I grew up here, was gone for 30+ years, moved back and retired in 2015. I know a lot of Williams folks here. Thanks for the compliments.

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Lance Clifford

 

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Oregon, USA
Post  Posted 3 Apr 2021 6:41 am    
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Very nicely done, Rick!

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David Mitchell

 

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Tyler, Texas
Post  Posted 5 May 2021 9:13 pm    
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Great work on everything Rick! Really good sound and video. Having the talent to wear all hats must leave you lost in your options of what to record next. Nice place to be.
May I ask what video software do you use to get multiple images at once on the monitor?
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Dale Rottacker


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Post  Posted 6 May 2021 4:41 am    
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Really nice Rick... Admire your musicianship and video artistry
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Rick Campbell


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Post  Posted 6 May 2021 8:33 pm    
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David Mitchell wrote:
Great work on everything Rick! Really good sound and video. Having the talent to wear all hats must leave you lost in your options of what to record next. Nice place to be.
May I ask what video software do you use to get multiple images at once on the monitor?


Thank you for the compliments. These productions are a combination of Band In A Box, EZ Drummer, EZ Keys, MIDI, Presonus Studio One, Acapella, Movavi Video Editor Plus, along with my playing and vocals. It's not really complicated once you get the routine down and understand it. I learn something everytime I do one of these.

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Bill Terry


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Post  Posted 7 May 2021 4:59 am    
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Rick wrote:
It's not really complicated...

Eh???... Smile

Maybe for you. I wrestle with BIAB once in a while, and I find it to be horribly contrary, at least to my way of thinking how it SHOULD work... LOL..

Really a good job on these tunes Rick!
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Michael McGee


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Post  Posted 7 May 2021 7:50 am    
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Super, Rick!
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Rick Campbell


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Sneedville, TN, USA
Post  Posted 7 May 2021 10:38 am    
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Bill Terry wrote:
Rick wrote:
It's not really complicated...

Eh???... Smile

Maybe for you. I wrestle with BIAB once in a while, and I find it to be horribly contrary, at least to my way of thinking how it SHOULD work... LOL..

Really a good job on these tunes Rick!


I understand. It usually takes the combination of software and actual playing to get things the way I want, and its still no substitute for a real band.... one that knows how and when to play. However, to be able to do it all yourself, it works pretty good.

One thing I've learned over the years is that its all about the singing. Us musicians pay a lot of attention to the music, the rhythm tracks, the lead breaks, the fills, timing, dynamics, etc... but the general public focuses on the vocals, and don't really notice the music talent that makes it all sound good. If you sing a song that people like, and they like your performance, you can get by with just average playing.
Not really fair to the musicians that work so hard to be good players, but that's how it seems to work.

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Bill Terry


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Post  Posted 7 May 2021 10:45 am    
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Rick wrote:
One thing I've learned over the years is that its all about the singing.

Yeah, absolutely.. I've butchered songs musically on guitar or steel about a zillion times, and conversely just killed it, and the audience seldom notices or mentions any difference.

However, I've overheard a club patron chastise a front guy/singer for leaving out a verse, or messing up a lyric more than once. I think we as musicians tend to forget that, John Q. Public (typically NOT musicians) usually pay attention to the words first.
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David Mitchell

 

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Post  Posted 9 May 2021 3:55 pm    
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Thank you Rick! Keep making these great videos!
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