2 days of acoustic guitars. Jesus what a session! I did'nt realize how much of that, it actually was/is in the music. At the same time I'm really glad it is that way, because all of the songs are written on an acoustic. So therefore it feels natural, to have it quite prominent in the recorded music as well. This time around we recorded at Petrus studio at home. We tried some different places in his house but we ended up in the kitchen. When it comes to sound, Petrus is more accurate than me, which I'm very grateful for. Even if it takes longer, in the end it's always worth it. We tried different microphones, we moved the furniture around, we changed the position were I sat, we even took a mattress out from one of the beds and moved it round the kitchen in order to find the "sweet spot" for the sound. I have also tuned the guitars different for some of the songs, I have also used different "string sizes" (is that the word?) on one of my acoustics, which makes it sound a bit like a cross between a 12- string and a mandolin, at least if you play it right in front of the saddle. Hey, just some corny details in case you wanted to know.
Otherwise I can tell you, that we're gonna continue the recording. Mr. Anton and Kjell are up next.