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Recording: Nowadays most recording take place in the digital domain (Remember that the microphone itself, will always be analogue).I see no problem in that, even if you're trying to get a vintage'ish sound.The typical settings for a rockabilly slapback echo (for guitar) on any unit are between 100 and 200 ms and very few repeats. There I use various digital delay effects (emulating tape echo for instance), as I record without echo and add it in the mix.There are many other suitable echo units/pedals out there and some of them are better than my DD-3.) or else the sound will get too muddy for rockabilly when you use both an echo and the reverb.If you're into Surf music it's a whole different ballgame though.Quite on the contrary actually: If it hadn't been for cheap hi-res sound cards, I could never have afforded to experiment and record as much as I have.Many purists go on about the necessity of recording on tape, but that's nonsense.

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Still, live I don't see why there should be any difference, if you set your amp right.I've contributed with my article on Burlison/Martin and some info on the European rockabilly scene and its bands.

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