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David Douglas Wright

David Douglas Wright

Americana / Country / Acoustic Binghamton, NY  US
Gypsy Mary
Gypsy Mary
Banjiscratchy (Instrumental)
Banjiscratchy (Instrumental)
Up In Smoke
Up In Smoke
The Lucky Ones
The Lucky Ones
55 Is Fine With Me
55 Is Fine With Me


The Money's too tight (original)


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  • Lady Purple (Artist)
    Lady Purple
    FANtastic David!!Luv your songs!!Cute yet to the point!!Thanx for the fanship!!Share the music!!
  • Inherited Infection (Artist)
    Inherited Infection
    Awesome music keep up the awesome work and if you have time have a look at us and see if you guys feels the same...!!
  • Col Carter (Artist)
    Col Carter
    refreshing to hear something a little different and well done indeed
  • The Uniters (Artist)
    The Uniters
    We really like your groove! You can't even tell you are a one man band and that makes it even better! let us know when you play a gig so we can come see you :) UNiTE! Freddy Nugz of The Uniters
  • Don Worden (Artist)
    Don Worden
    I LOVE IT!! When musicians go outside convention and create a new sound for their instrument. THIS is just fantastic. All the best!


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Q: Hey David this is Charley Black from Innate Days. I like your music, originality and perspective. I read that you record yourself and was wondering what system and format your using?

A: I was using a simple Tascam Dp01 8 track at the time and then I would export the files into Cakewalk for my mixing. I also used EZ drummer for the drums. I don't have the ability to record my drums well..So I cheated with the drums a bit. It took me almost 4 years to do it completely on my own. But the critical thing is when I was done I sent it out to get mastered. It would be sooooo much easier and faster to just go to a real studio. Even better yet find a producer.. It all comes down to what you want to spend.. You can do what I did and spend $400 on good mastering at the end.. Or you can go down to Nashville and spend $5000 to $20,000 and have it Professionally done.

Asked by Innate Days. Answered on Sat Oct 06 2012

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