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  1. Saga - Tired World - A song I liked for many years, recorded 1978 the first time so it was time I made a cover of it. I did fake the solo part at 2 places as they where to fast to play and trust me, I really tried but you cannot see nor here exact where... I will tell you if you wanna know and also how I did it. Software used for the fake part was Audacity but I so all base recordings with Audacity and transfer them later to Cakewalk, after I Normalized them and also reduced noises. The drums sounded very static first, a drum machine with real recorded drums so I fiddled some with the high hat and added a delay to it and suddenly, the drums sounded as realistic as they can be I guess. My version is running in 93 bpm and the delay is 120 bpm but should maybe be set to 124 but it got such a nice swing / shuffle feeling, so I kept it at 129 bpm and a role is. Never touch anything that is working. The recording is done in/with Audacity, guitars and song Cakewalk for drums, keyboards and to put all pieces together. The Video is made with Kapwing https://www.kapwing.com The background (free) pictures are taken from: https://pixabay.com/ https://mocah.org/ Other versions of Tired World are: Live (My favorite version): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqpAZur7iPA New version 2021: Original that I used as template for my version:
  2. This once again was recorded in the car via the Bandlab mobile app. Comfortably Numb And this actually might be the original backing track to the song, which I found via YouTube!
  3. Come Together I recorded this in my car (1 take) with the Bandlab mobile app! The isolation of the vocal seemed to be better than in some rooms I've used
  4. Hi! Here's my cover version of the 1972 Spinner's hit I'll Be Around - one of my favorites. @elizabethdarcel on vocals and myself (@steve2k2) on instruments, mix and master. Hope you like it! http://baselines.com/?p=4783
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