Two men, one name: STOUT! Mario Kuzyna, old folk-veteran and Simon Scherer, bearded banjo-beast, have joined in the mission to breathe new life into irish folk reachning from traditional to modern and back. Willing to take detours and side-roads.
Recording diary part 2 day 5
Right, we have finished our last day of (active) recording. Like we knew before, the day got long and exhausting. We heard through all tracks we recorded in December and wanted to use the time to correct all faults. The thing was, having that luxury got us into trouble… To cut a long story short: We re-recorded a whole tune-set and a whole guitar track of one song. Plus we corrected some other minor faults.
Lunch and dinner were rarely existing, we finished after midnight and were dog-tired. We even did not have our whiskey, we had no energy even for that (which was a pity…)
But it was worth it. The re-recordings are marvellous, we have finally recorded all twelve tracks and the alarm rang much later today.
We also are waiting for our guest today, but we’ll tell you that tomorrow.
Before we forget, here’s a little prove that Mario recorded the box!!!
See you and keep on rockin`!
Recording diary part 2 day 4
Well, today we directly update this thing.
Yesterday also went very well. We recorded our last song and gave all the romance we could effort! The result is beautiful (well, at least we think so). Plus Mario had his appearance with the box!
Apart from this Simon again was able to show his skills as a chef in the lunch break. And apparently he is good in cooking. And while this makes more money than music, here’s the request: If anyone looks for a passionate chef to book in private setting, please call… 😀
Joking apart, we’re delighted and now start into a strenuous day of re-hearing and improving the stuff. And then there’s a surprise on Friday…
We’ll keep you updated and leave you wth a