It’s nice and easy to fit on the back of the Olegtron itself and works fine. Very straightforward indeed.
I posted about the new Olegtron module a little while ago, well now I’m glad to say I’ve got my module ordered thanks to a speedy response to my email from the lovely people at Olegtron. I’m really looking forward to getting it, and you can bet there’ll be pictures once it arrives!
This is the final piece in this series of explorations using my Ukulele and the iRig Acoustic. That’s not to say that I won’t be doing more, not at all.
Another piece from me exploring sonic manipulation of my Ukulele through apps.
I made this using my iRig Acoustic and a variety of effects. I was very pleased with this one. The iRig Acoustic is actually excellent and provides a very clear and pure sound. It’s well worth looking into and works beautifully with a Ukulele too.
I had one of these years ago. In fact, I had a number of these. But one that was very like this one. I think it was the Ferguson that was almost identical to this. It was excellent. Ok, not excellent, but really good for its time. I used it to record all sorts of things and amassed a huge cassette collection, and have very little of it left.
Even so, now I have a nice tin. I’ve decided to use it for field recording accessories. That seems like an appropriate use for it.
I should mention that I also got this windjammer too. I think that this is a bit of an essential too for real field recording. I feel properly set up now!