Greg Harry: Writer, Producer, Vocals, Midi, Quadriplegic
Greg played the guitar for about 15 years before an accident left him a quadriplegic, now he writes on a computer with a stick in his mouth.
3-7-12 is my studio where I did my first (and hopefully more!) record. It is a digital recording studio run by a Pentium III, 800 meg computer with two 20 gig hard drives. The programs used are Cakewalk for digital recording and MIDI triggering. Mastering and enhancement of tracks is done in Soundforge. Plug-ins are many including Timeworks Delay and Reverb, Waves RCL Compression and Waves L1 Ultramximizer (for that “Industry- Standard” level!) and Q-Metric equalizer. Soundmodule is a state of the art Proteus 2000 with String, Brass, Bass and Piano sounds so real, it's downright scary! Drum module is an equally state of the art DM5. 3-7-12 was designed and built by Chris Blackwell. Email Greg at: Viamar64@aol.com http://www.3-7-12.com/studio.htm
Check out Greg's web site and his involvement with 'Rock-N-Chair', a compilation project that involved 9 musicians and 7 of them were in wheelchairs. http://www.3-7-12.com
The record was finished in March of 2000. It came about through the acquaintances of Scott Robertson, Greg Harry and Chris Blackwell. Scott Robertson is a T10 paraplegic who went to sound engineering school and plays a drum set designed to suit his disability. Scott moved to the Atlanta area in 1996 and started a recording studio that soon featured digital recording techniques. Eventually Chris Blackwell moved here to assist him with his studio and its’ design. Scott met Greg at Atlanta’s Shepherd center for disability rehabilitation when the center started up a music program for disabled musicians.