Day before yesterday, we had Yui and Jun from Slingshotmillion, come over, and we recorded vocals & videos for YouTube.
We used a pitch shifter that was a stock plugin already in Cakewalk.
They hadn`t come over since the soundtoys version of a Pitch shifter just up and quit on us.
But now that we had something of value to them they had a session with me.
They setup their iphone to capture the visuals. while I recorded the audio.
We used the Shure KSM 32sl, in the recording booth, where the iphone was capturing the visuals. And me and Jun were in the control room with another mic, using the pitch shifter.
I sent them the audio that we used a gate on one of the channels to make sure the bleed from the headphones wouldn`t come into the other channel.
I`m guessing that everything went well. Due to them not asking me anything.
As usual, this was all done with the waves Power Pack, and the DAW used was Sonar 8.5.
Yes! I am still using the XP version. And yes! I still use XP.
Bliss out peeps. Bliss out!
And early Happy new year! From all of us here in Stillbliss land.
Today we had the pleasure of having Skip Taylor come over and recorded bass guitar, and some organs using Sonar`s Dimension pro.
He said he is working with other musicians on this project.
So. You want the magic word for the title of the song?
Once I get more info on this song I will let you all know.
Here is Skip`s own view on this song:
“Anyway about the song. It was written with a female singer in mind. The Wicked With from `The Wizard of Oz` would be perfect, but I don`t think she`s available haha. The song has guitar in the arrangement, but it`s not guitar-centric. There`s a little soloing at the end, that`s all. I want the song to breathe, throwing in a bunch of `chops` would just muck it up. Many of my more recent songs have guitar and keys carrying the structure together. The song is about how, when you see someone and you really fall for them, it can have physical effects, like making your body feel like butter.”
Here is the latest mix from our studios.
From none other than the infamous Chris Commander.
Since Christmas is almost upon us, let`s celebrate with cheer.
We give you- “O little town of Bethlehem”