BlueDadi Harmonica Recording Software
Big thanks to Professor John Shirley for creating this program for BluesHarmonica.com students to record themselves. John has provided two videos for you to watch to get to know the software. Please watch these videos, read the provided PDF and spend time experimenting with everything in the program. Since John has created this on his free time and is not doing this for profit, there is no additional support for this program... have fun experimenting and seeing what you can creatively do with this program.
(If you receive a warning message you may need to go to System Preferences > Security > Allow apps downloaded from: “Anywhere")
About John Shirley
John Shirley is a Chair emeritus of the Music Department at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and a Professor of Sound Recording Technology. He has two videos on this site on recording the harmonica, and a more complete overview of the recording process, for free, by way of a 28-article series on the Recording Magazine website: http://www.recordingmag.com/resources/113.html. John is also a fellow student at BluesHarmonica.com. John’s genre-busting EP, Not So Blue, contains music using various harmonicas (diatonic, chromatic, XB40 and double bass) and is available for listening on his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD-VQNdNliVQLCF5edj72u9XKT-y1LqSr. On his channel you’ll also find an experimental electro-acoustic piece for live solo harmonica (originally written for, and performed by, Howard Levy) entitled 8-Bit Attitude: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN5rurKFxlk