Eric Royer - Royer's Guitar Machine Band mp3 downloadPerformer: Eric Royer
Title: Royer's Guitar Machine Band
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Eric Royer - Royer's Guitar Machine Band mp3 download
Royer's Guitar Machine Band.
Royer's Guitar Machine Band.
Eric Royer and His Amazing Guitar Machine New England Americana Festival, Boston, MA, 02/27/10.
Eric Royer is essentially a bluegrass guitarist who created a one-man band machine to support his bluegrass licks. Now in its third generation, this device is operated by piano key-like pedals to fret D, D E, F, G, A, and A on a modified acoustic guitar and electric bass.
Not only is Eric Royer an incredible musician, but he built this crazy machine himself. Watch him play four different instruments plus percussion in this traditional tune, Jordan is a Hard Road to Travel. com/ for more info on his music and his invention.
In Royer’s early days, when many people didn’t understand ribbon microphones, Steve Albini was kind enough to make a number of educational recordings for us which we included on our first demonstration CD. Steve is a well-known, well-respected engineer who has plenty of experience with ribbon mics and thousands of engineers and producers have learned from these comparison recordings over the years. Introduction to blending a Royer Labs R-121 ribbon microphone with a Shure SM57 dynamic mic on electric guitar. Recording Electric Guitar with Ross Hogarth & Tim Pierce. Session 2. Marshall JCM 800 amplifier into a Marshall 4-12 cabinet. R-121 and SM57 blend vs R-101 & SM57 blend. Two microphone blends are compared; a Royer Labs R-101 ribbon microphone and Shure SM57 dynamic mic, and a Royer R-121 ribbon microphone and Shure SM57 dynamic mic.
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In 2010 Royer released a Jimmy Griffin tribute album consisting of songs written by both himself and Griffin. It was written with the assistance of many surviving family members and musical colleagues of the band, along with exclusive interviews with founding member Robb. David Gates – vocals, bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, violin, viola, percussion (1968–'73, '76–'78, '96–'97). Jimmy Griffin – vocals, guitar, keyboards, percussion (1968–'73, '76–'77, '96–'97; died 2005).
When they first met in 1991, Auger asked Burdon if he wanted to play with him. Burdon agreed and they formed the "Eric Burdon – Brian Auger Band". After several tours they disbanded in 1994. Drummer Karma Auger is Auger's son.
At left: Eric Royer in action, with Guitar Machine, lap dobro, banjo and harmonica. The machine consists of an acoustic guitar, a bass guitar and a cowbell all suspended in a copper pipe frame. Royer plays all three instruments by depressing pedals with both feet Playing the machine with his feet enables Royer to keep his hands free to play his handbuilt lap dobro, as well as banjo and ha. .