Yellow Couch Sessions @ Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival
Fruition: I Can't Stop
Really loved having the Portland, OR band Fruition stop by our trailer during the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival for a Yellow Couch Session. This is a damn fine song and if they happen to passing through your town, I strongly recommend catching them live.
We used every single Peluso microphone at our disposal for this session! We used Peluso Microphone Lab's 2247se on the lead vocals and a P-84 small diaphragm condenser on his acoustic guitar. I used the P-87 on backing male vocals and the other half of the matched stereo pair of 84s on his guitar.
On mandolin, I placed Peluso's P-28 small diaphragm tube condenser near the f-hole and their P-12 large diaphragm tube condenser on her vocals. The P-49 was used on the Ampeg BA-110 bass amp (from our buds and sponsors at Empire Music). It also picked up a fair amount of low end from the floor tom/percussion. To round out the tone on that tom, I used Peluso's tube-ribbon TR-14.
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 awesome partner, Matt Dayak.
Here are some links for clicking:
Yellow Couch Studio: http://www.yellowcouchstudio.com/
Peluso Microphone Lab: http://www.pelusomicrophonelab.com/
Bootstrap Design Co: http://www.bootstrapdesignco.com
Empire Music: http://www.empiremusiconline.com/
Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival: http://www.TrustArts.org/traf
Matt Dayak Photography: http://www.mattdayak.com/
Commonwealth Press: http://www.cwpress.com/