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    Mandolin user MontanaMatt's Avatar
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    Default The Bridger Creek Boys on Montana Homegrown Radio

    This is my first sound post.
    Here is a recent recording of my band.
    https://soundcloud.com/user-82661800/bridger-creek-boys
    Single condenser mic, bass through a d.i.
    No post production editing except for time and normalization.
    Happy pickin
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    Several nice old Fiddles
    2007 Martin 000-15S 12 fret Auditorium-slot head
    Deering Classic Open Back
    Too many microphones

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    Default Re: The Bridger Creek Boys on Montana Homegrown Radio

    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMatt View Post
    This is my first sound post.
    Here is a recent recording of my band.
    https://soundcloud.com/user-82661800/bridger-creek-boys
    Single condenser mic, bass through a d.i.
    No post production editing except for time and normalization.
    Happy pickin
    How cool is this? Live music on local radio? This is great! What mandolin you pickin' Matt?
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    "Nobody goes there any longer. It got much too crowded".

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    Default Re: The Bridger Creek Boys on Montana Homegrown Radio

    Quote Originally Posted by willkamm View Post
    How cool is this? Live music on local radio? This is great! What mandolin you pickin' Matt?
    That is my Ratliff R5.

    It's not broadcast live, it's a web-radio-podcast thing a local guy has started.
    2007 Weber Custom Elite "old wood"
    2017 Ratliff R5 Custom #1148
    Several nice old Fiddles
    2007 Martin 000-15S 12 fret Auditorium-slot head
    Deering Classic Open Back
    Too many microphones

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    Default Re: The Bridger Creek Boys on Montana Homegrown Radio

    Quote Originally Posted by willkamm View Post
    How cool is this? Live music on local radio? This is great! What mandolin you pickin' Matt?
    And beer!

    Nice job Matt and the band.
    Mike

    Those who think they should think, like they think others think they should think, need to think out their thinking, I think.

    No envejecemos, maduramos. -Pablo Picasso

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    Default Re: The Bridger Creek Boys on Montana Homegrown Radio

    I loved the beer commercial, for the brewery that supplied the beer for the radio show.
    Gibson F5G (Dave Harvey 01/29/2016)
    Redline A5 (2015) #10
    Breedlove Legacy OF A/E (2015)
    TKD Eagle Electric 8 string (2016)

    Hohner Marine Bands (various keys)

    "Nobody goes there any longer. It got much too crowded".

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