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CaptainHook 17th March 2003 12:22 PM

"Slippy's Guide to Recording"
 
I've been talking to some friends, and we feel that you should write a book.

Obviously you have limited time etc. but even a small digest type thing would be indespensible to some of us.
And for those who know it all, would at least find it VERY funny.

What makes your articles (esp. the guitar thread) so great is that the reader barely realises they're learning because they laugh so much while taking in a multitude of tips (that you have learnt through years of experiance)

I would love to read your view on recording drums/bass/gat/vox
and mixing (at the expense of your sanity for writing it) in the same vain as the guitar thread.

In all seriousness, i would gladly pay for such a document and am sure others would also.


This is where slippy replies: i would love to but don't have the time OR i've been asked that before - i said piss off then and i'll say it again!


ahhhh well.

CaptainHook 19th March 2003 02:54 AM

Understandable.

I consider myself lucky to have even read your posts!
Hope they continue..

Cheers.

alphajerk 19th March 2003 06:18 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by slipperman
I fear this is about as close to writing a book as I'm ever gonna get....

Just wanna twist knobs and keep the lights on.

yeah... i'd give ya $24.95 for some toilet reading. you should just dictate it to someone and make them type it in. maybe sit back a couple nights, stuff those cohibas with something and babble while someone records the ****. dont even need lights on for that ****.