Gear Used Whilst Recording "Slide Away"?

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Gear Used Whilst Recording "Slide Away"?

Postby MissNimrod » 15 Sep 2009, 20:29

Does anyone wanna help a struggling music student out?

I would like to know what instruments were used on the recording of the song Slide Away and also what equipement was used ect. I've looked it up and Wikipedia is renouned for being a bit hit and miss, and I know you guys are brilliant with the details!

Anything else you know would be really appreciated :)

Thanks!
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Gear Used Whilst Recording "Slide Away"?

Postby jordiegallagher » 15 Sep 2009, 20:47

this the gear i belive was used
guitars- gibson les paul custom ebony(johnny marrs guitar)
amp-marshall jcm 900(lead guitar)
vox ac30(noels rhythm)
wem dominator(bonehead rhythm)
and that is all
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Gear Used Whilst Recording "Slide Away"?

Postby jordiegallagher » 15 Sep 2009, 20:47

this the gear i belive was used
guitars- gibson les paul custom ebony(johnny marrs guitar)
amp-marshall jcm 900(lead guitar)
vox ac30(noels rhythm)
wem dominator(bonehead rhythm)
and that is all
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Gear Used Whilst Recording "Slide Away"?

Postby jordiegallagher » 15 Sep 2009, 20:47

this the gear i belive was used
guitars- gibson les paul custom ebony(johnny marrs guitar)
amp-marshall jcm 900(lead guitar)
vox ac30(noels rhythm)
wem dominator(bonehead rhythm)
and that is all
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Gear Used Whilst Recording "Slide Away"?

Postby MissNimrod » 15 Sep 2009, 22:39

Thankyou - you are a complete legend :)
If you know anything else about the record and it's production, that would be awesome.
Trying to win my music tech lecturer to the Oasis side!
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Gear Used Whilst Recording "Slide Away"?

Postby vashuclash » 15 Sep 2009, 23:17

MissNimrod wrote:Trying to win my music tech lecturer to the Oasis side!


Mine once did the sound for oasis around '95 8)
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Gear Used Whilst Recording "Slide Away"?

Postby Iamtheressurrection » 16 Sep 2009, 02:47

the definitely maybe dvd has some insight into how Owen Morris mixed. Something called "brick Walling" basically making it as loud and as full on as possible
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Postby MissNimrod » 16 Sep 2009, 13:37

vashuclash wrote:
MissNimrod wrote:Trying to win my music tech lecturer to the Oasis side!


Mine once did the sound for oasis around '95 8)



:o I can only wish that mine was that cool. Mine seems to think girls + music tech = apocolypse and he can be a d**k to me :) fun times!
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Postby googs » 19 Sep 2009, 19:04

Iamtheressurrection wrote:the definitely maybe dvd has some insight into how Owen Morris mixed. Something called "brick Walling" basically making it as loud and as full on as possible


He was actually refering to how he mastered the record when he was talking about brick walling, not mixing. I'm not sure how much you know about mastering, but there has actually been a "loudness war" for many years now surrounding how records are mastered. Essentially they just keep getting louder and louder and louder, and this is in large part due to this "brick walling" technique of mastering. Every band is battling to be louder than the one before so their record will be heard above others. According to Owen Morris, Definitely Maybe was the first record to use this technique and essentially started the "loudenss war".
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