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Im On Fire - Sam Fender - Apple Music Home Session - Audio



The U.S. Congress has formally recognized Bristol, Tennessee as the "Birthplace of Country Music",[17] based on the historic Bristol recording sessions of 1927.[18][19][20] Since 2014, the city has been home to the Birthplace of Country Music Museum.[21][22] Historians have also noted the influence of the less-known Johnson City sessions of 1928 and 1929,[23][24] and the Knoxville sessions of 1929 and 1930.[25] In addition, the Mountain City Fiddlers Convention, held in 1925, helped to inspire modern country music. Before these, pioneer settlers, in the Great Smoky Mountains region, had developed a rich musical heritage.[26]




Im On Fire - Sam Fender - Apple Music Home Session - Audio



The Staves: These Days The Staves appear courtesy of Nonesuch RecordsIt's hard to imagine a more enchanting and talented trio than The Staves. I've been a fan of their music for years and when I received word that they would do the series, I bugged out. They were a treat to work with - charming and funny - and they are capable of making music that heals and inspires. A regular heap of rare and impressive talents, The Staves are!I believe that we've featured three covers on the series, two of which have been Jackson Browne songs. Fun fact: he wrote this song when he was 16! I can say with a sense of certainty and relief that no one will ever want to cover anything I wrote when I was 16. For this Yellow Couch Session, I used Peluso Microphone Lab's P-12 in not-quite-omni mode. The band's blend of harmonies and dynamics are so incredibly tight that I felt using more than one vocal mic would be excessive. For this song, we used Peluso's P-28 small diaphragm tube condenser on Jessica's acoustic guitar. I did very little with regard to processing this audio because it really didn't need much. All audio for Yellow Couch Sessions is recorded and mixed by Steven Foxbury of Yellow Couch Studio. Video for this session was shot and edited by my main man, Matt Dayak. Here are some links for clicking:Yellow Couch Studio: Peluso Microphone Lab: Empire Music: The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: Matt Dayak Photography: Commonwealth Press: Bootstrap Design Co:


Peluso Microphone Lab Presents: Yellow Couch Sessions. The Go Rounds: Man, bands just don't come any better than Kalamazoo's The Go Rounds. Graham Parsons has one of the most impressive voices I've ever heard - sort of sounds like Roy Orbison on peyote in the desert. Also, the musical interplay between these guys feels like a master's class in arranging. This really is one of the most exciting bands I've heard. This was our first experiment with Peluso's P-87. We used it on Graham's vocals (until he switches to the bullet mic). We use their tube-ribbon TR-14 on Graham's guitar amp and the P-49 as a drum overhead. All audio for Yellow Couch Sessions is recorded and mixed by Steven Foxbury of Yellow Couch Studio. Video for this session was shot and edited by Matt Dayak. Here are some links for clicking:Yellow Couch Studio: Peluso Microphone Lab: Empire Music: The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: Matt Dayak Photography: Commonwealth Press: Bootstrap Design Co:


Peluso Microphone Lab Presents: Yellow Couch SessionsThe Staves: These Days The Staves appear courtesy of Nonesuch RecordsIt's hard to imagine a more enchanting and talented trio than The Staves. I've been a fan of their music for years and when I received word that they would do the series, I bugged out. They were a treat to work with - charming and funny - and they are capable of making music that heals and inspires. A regular heap of rare and impressive talents, The Staves are!I believe that we've featured three covers on the series, two of which have been Jackson Browne songs. Fun fact: he wrote this song when he was 16! I can say with a sense of certainty and relief that no one will ever want to cover anything I wrote when I was 16. For this Yellow Couch Session, I used Peluso Microphone Lab's P-12 in not-quite-omni mode. The band's blend of harmonies and dynamics are so incredibly tight that I felt using more than one vocal mic would be excessive. For this song, we used Peluso's P-28 small diaphragm tube condenser on Jessica's acoustic guitar. I did very little with regard to processing this audio because it really didn't need much. All audio for Yellow Couch Sessions is recorded and mixed by Steven Foxbury of Yellow Couch Studio. Video for this session was shot and edited by my main man, Matt Dayak. Here are some links for clicking:Yellow Couch Studio: Peluso Microphone Lab: Empire Music: The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: Matt Dayak Photography: Commonwealth Press: Bootstrap Design Co:


Peluso Microphone Lab Presents: Yellow Couch SessionsThe Handsome Family: Gold After recently recording segments for both Fresh Air with Terry Gross and the Marc Maron podcast, I felt a little guilty asking The Handsome Family to make their way through our very typical Pittsburgh basement and then cramming them into our tiny studio, which happened to be pretty muggy during their visit. Fortunately for us, they were willing to give it a shot and I'm glad that they did, because these songs were a treat to record and mix. This is a band with an obvious and deep connection - fantastic writing and musicianship, all of which is clearly on display on their new album, "Unseen." Really glad they overlooked our warts and made this happen and special thanks goes to Missing Piece Group for setting it up. We used Peluso Microphone Lab's 2247se to capture Brett's rich baritone and their P-12 for Rennie's sweet and complementary vocals. We used the excellent P-87 on our Vox AC-15 (from our sponsor Empire Music!) to capture lead guitar and the tube-ribbon TR-14 on Brett's Fender amp. Finally, we used Peluso's incredible P-49 as a single drum overhead. That mic is magical on drums and shines in plenty of other applications. Empire Music's Ampeg BA-12 also makes an appearance here, as Rennie's Ukulele bass is played through it. All audio for Yellow Couch Sessions is recorded and mixed by Steven Foxbury of Yellow Couch Studio. Video for this session was shot and edited by my main man, Matt Dayak. Here are some links for clicking:Yellow Couch Studio: Peluso Microphone Lab: Empire Music: The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: Matt Dayak Photography: Commonwealth Press: Bootstrap Design Co:


Peluso Microphone Lab Presents: Yellow Couch SessionsThe Handsome Family: Back in my Day After recently recording segments for both Fresh Air with Terry Gross and the Marc Maron podcast, I felt a little guilty asking The Handsome Family to make their way through our very typical Pittsburgh basement and then cramming them into our tiny studio, which happened to be pretty muggy during their visit. Fortunately for us, they were willing to give it a shot and I'm glad that they did, because these songs were a treat to record and mix. This is a band with an obvious and deep connection - fantastic writing and musicianship, all of which is clearly on display on their new album, "Unseen." Really glad they overlooked our warts and made this happen and special thanks goes to Missing Piece Group for setting it up. We used Peluso Microphone Lab's 2247se to capture Brett's rich baritone and their P-12 for Rennie's sweet and complementary vocals. We used the excellent P-87 on our Vox AC-15 (from our sponsor Empire Music!) to capture lead guitar and the tube-ribbon TR-14 on Brett's Fender amp. Finally, we used Peluso's incredible P-49 as a single drum overhead. That mic is magical on drums and shines in plenty of other applications. Empire Music's Ampeg BA-12 also makes an appearance here, as Rennie's Ukulele bass is played through it. All audio for Yellow Couch Sessions is recorded and mixed by Steven Foxbury of Yellow Couch Studio. Video for this session was shot and edited by my main man, Matt Dayak. Here are some links for clicking:Yellow Couch Studio: Peluso Microphone Lab: Empire Music: The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: Matt Dayak Photography: Commonwealth Press: Bootstrap Design Co:


Peluso Microphone Lab Presents: Yellow Couch SessionsDangermuffin: Sarsaparilla If one were to peruse my Spotify history, they would quickly discover my obsession with music from the 70's. It's warm, comforting and lush and the musicianship on display is always fantastic. Dangermuffin are a rare modern band capable of transporting me to that space and one need only to click the play button to understand why. We used Peluso Microphone Lab's P-87 on the lead vocals and their P-28 (small diaphragm tube condenser) on his guitar. I want to talk about these two mics for a second. Peluso shipped them to me earlier this summer and I am in love with them. Placed in front of an acoustic guitar and vocalist, they automatically drop both elements into the mix with absolutely no fuss. The same can be said for the combo that we used on lead guitar/backing vocals for which we used the P-87 on guitar and my workhorse 2247se on vocals. Finally, we used the P-49 on the upright bass because that mic is unparalleled when it comes to capturing low-end nuance, and Peluso's P-12 on the bass vocals. Every time I plug in one of these microphones, I'm made grateful for Peluso's longstanding support of this series. All audio for Yellow Couch Sessions is recorded and mixed by Steven Foxbury of Yellow Couch Studio. Video for this session was shot and edited by my main man, Matt Dayak. Here are some links for clicking:Yellow Couch Studio: Peluso Microphone Lab: Empire Music: The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: Matt Dayak Photography: Commonwealth Press: Bootstrap Design Co: 041b061a72


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