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  1. EPISODE 7 Hi folks! Its time to lay down some group vocals, and female vocal part in the 7th episode of my series about recordinga song from scratch. I had lots of fun with this one, I hope you can join me WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/iMUI-uBfRlU
  2. EPISODE 6 Hi folks! In the 6th episode in my 15 part series about recording a song from scratch, I'm recording a Cajon! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/8eoYkpiWoq4
  3. EPISODE 5 Hi folks! In the 5th episode in my 15 part series about recording a song from scratch, I'm recording the acoustic guitar parts! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/anbdhokFWn8
  4. EPISODE 4 Hi folks! In the 4th episode of my 15 part series about recording a song from scratch, I'm laying down some virtual piano and organ. WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/n_rpQ2zAJ1s ALSO... don't forget that tomorrow is the first live show in the series, where you can ask me about the episodes so far
  5. EPISODE 3 Hi folks! If you want to learn about programming virtual drums, catch the 3rd episode in my 15 part series about recording a whole song from scratch! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/q964meEChQM
  6. Thanks Jacques. You are quite right - different music takes a different approach. This is a much more contemporary style. I'm just a a lover of 'songs' !
  7. EPISODE 2 Hi folks! In the second episode of my series about recording a song from scratch, I'm recording the bass guitar part, including preparation to get the best performance! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/9hg1iDAwvmE
  8. Thank you so much. We live in blessed times, there are a few other great YouTubers I enjoy who inspire me to improve, but I'm very happy you are enjoying what I've done so far
  9. Oh this is a really helpful resource! Robert makes nice videos:)
  10. EPISODE 1 Here is the first episode folks! All about getting started with that dreaded blank project! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/hWvAwv2pT7Y
  11. Nice tutorial Tim! I have sometimes used this method to adlib instrument solos. I kind of sing an improvised melody just with "la" or something, then use Melodyne to make the MIDI for the virtual instrument. As you say - a little bit of tidying to do, but I've found this makes really fluid solos for parts like trumpets or sax.
  12. Certainly Joe. There really is no "one size fits all" approach anyway
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