JH Drum Covers: Superstition by Stevie Wonder

top feature image

JH Drum Covers: Superstition by Stevie Wonder

This is another of the very early experiments I did using the functionality of the SD2000.  What you are hearing is the original released recording of “Superstition” from which the drums have been removed, played back through the control unit of the SD2000, with me playing the drums on top of it.  The total audio signal was then sent, in mono, to my computer via an audio interface in a single channel.  As an unfortunate result of this technique, the sound quality is really rough, with lots of fuzziness and mud and washouts.  But, it’s a fun little track and gives a basic idea what the SD2000 is capable of.

While much of my listening and playing history is in heavy blues-based rock, I really love playing funk stuff where I can get a groove on and have fun.  Playing funk jams are really as close as I get to dancing.  As I write this post, I’m really just starting to get back in to serious recording,.  You’ll see some pretty serious improvements over time.  I’m also trying to get a greater selection of my work assembled into one place and curated and “branded” and all that other stuff people do to bring attention to their work online, so here this is.  I hope you enjoy it!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Post navigation