Songs: Many of One (AGF CD 1)
About the Music: (Many of One) "I wrote this piece for my wife, Teone, in celebration of her many extraordinary talents."
Recording Information: " I can play it much better when the red light is off! Recorded at home, in a continuous live take, keeping very still in a squeaky chair with a Rode NT-2, (cardioid close) and an Audio Technica At-15, (omni not so close) mic into ProTools LE via an Mbox. No edits but a tad of eq on a finger squeak. "
Instruments Used: "A 1979 Greg Smallman steel string with lattice braced cedar top, brazilian rosewood back and sides, new guinea rosewood neck with ebony fretboard, no cutaway."
Tuning: Tuning from low to high is: C# G# D# F# G# C#
About the Music: (Anniversary) "The cyclic and joyful punctuation in the relentless march of time."
Recording Information: "A live performance captured into ProTools LE via an Mbox."
Instruments Used: "1979 Greg Smallman steel string with lattice braced cedar top, brazilian rosewood b&s."
Tuning: (Anniversary) Tuning from low to high - C G C F Bb D
About the Artist: "I think my Smallman is the best guitar on the planet but this may be challenged upon the imminent arrival of my new Michael Palm guitar.
I live in the rainforest outside of Brisbane in Queensland Australia.
I believe the Acoustic Guitar Forum is a wonderful resource. A friendly and welcoming international community. I attended GIT in Hollywood in the ‘80s but abstained from silly hair.
Began composing and performing solo guitar music a few years ago and thankfully audiences didn’t throw things at me when I did. (well, not very sharp or heavy things anyway)
I’m currently working on a new album of original guitar pieces (who isn’t? it seems!) composing for a couple of film projects and performing whenever I can.