The Living Force
Very nice! Your rendition felt really genuine and heart warming. And I liked the addition of the second voice. I hope you'll do more.
this is so heartwarming and special, and your singing also thank youAnd I am very, very grateful to you for that. Also for our friendship of almost 19 years with all its ups and downs and that you brought me here to this forum. It changed my life. It's wonderful to have you as a friend.
That was really good! Thanks Mililea! Nice acoustics too. Where did you record this and what microphone did you get, just out of curiosity? Also, who is the second voice?
Lovely singing and great guitaring! Are both of the voices yours?
but I actually fail at the guitar chords.... I'm really out of practice and it would have to be without parree fingerings.
I tried Mixpad Musicstudio as you can see here:What program do you use for recording/editing/mastering? I've never knowingly heard that mic in use, so good score.
Maybe you'll laugh at me, but I've been thinking about similar things. Then I laughed at myself and thought, no, there are no shortcuts. So I guess I have to go through it and practise. Because it's also really a lot of fun for me.Just play one note at a time. Then re-record playing the next note of the chord over top, then the next, and the next, like you did with your voice.
Maybe you'll laugh at me, but I've been thinking about similar things. Then I laughed at myself and thought, no, there are no shortcuts. So I guess I have to go through it and practise. Because it's also really a lot of fun for me.
And I can report that since I've been practising EE, I feel that my singing has also changed a bit. I can get my sounds from other parts of my body. I work more with my diaphragm. I need to practise this method also, but it is an interesting feeling.