ONE SWEET WORLD
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My friend, Jake Burch, let me borrow his mic for a while so I'm going to record some stuff...and I finally bought an acceptable guitar. I always like doing covers because it's nice to have something to practice recording when you're not talented enough to write your own music. Maybe someday I'll figure out how to write lyrics...
This is one of my favorite Dave Matthews songs.
This is the equipment I used to record and mix it:
Logic Pro 9 software
Shure SM57 microphone
E-MU 0404 audio interface
Taylor 110e guitar
Monday, March 21, 2011
I have a roommate from Nepal who is probably the cutest human currently living. His name is Bashu. Regrettably, he's moving in a couple months, but I'm making him teach me how to cook Indian food before he leaves, so I've spent a lot more time with him over the last little while. I wish I had a recorder permanently attached to him because some of the stuff he says is side-splitting. I do my best to just write it down.
So here are some Bashu nuggets from the last few weeks. I thought of adding explanations to them, but I realized that they make about as much sense without the context as they do within it. Some are conversations and some are just quotes.
Here you go, (with Nepalese accent)
"If you want to get back at him, you'd better think of something better than throwing a bread."
"Please, don't touch me with your thing."
Bashu: Hey, is it 'dētərmīn or 'detərmīn?
Bashu: Dang it…
"I forgot to buy the toilet papers."
"Hey Jake, what do you think of when I say, "blondgrilz?"
Jakob: Did you get soy sauce?
Bashu: No I forgot. I had to listen to five Nepalese folk songs just to energize my body enough to get to the grocery store.
Jakob: What kind of music is that?
Bashu: You know, like the kind that gives you goosebumps?
Jakob: So it's kind of like listening to Michael Jackson?
Bashu: Well, not really. I mean, that's good too...but it doesn't make me want to go outside and walk somewhere.
"Nobody can wax in this house without me knowing about it."