April 12th (date of pix below) marked our first recorded jam, for lack of a better name, "Underwoof". This was also our first jam with Christa. The sound is essentially mono. The WMA version (12 Meg, 32 minutes) is very small for iPodding. Computers without up-to-date CODECs may have trouble reading it, so we provided a much larger (32 Meg but not much better sounding) MP3.
At Arty's new place, Gregg, Arty, and Victor (L-R) start work on a new show. Chris is in Texas playing metal, and Kong's drum kit hasn't been set up yet. Keyboards in foreground are played by Christa, who took the photo.
Taking a Break
Arty takes a double-fisted break in our humble recording studio. Gregg approves of the sparseness of this production: "it's the music, silly!".
Christa plays the Yamaha DX7 and a Yamaha PSR series keyboard on "Underwoof"
The drum kit wasn't set up, nor was the jamspace, so we threw together this makeshift recording studio for the session. Charlie, the deaf sound-dog is shown in charge.
Charlie, the studio-pup mans (or is it "dogs") the recording console.
Christa photographs some gleam from Gregg's Sky Alto Sax.