My 1st attempt at recording myself. Just my old iPhone propped on my desk stuck in the corner of the bedroom because my oldest daughter took over the music room with her keyboard.
Couple of days into learning If it makes you happy by Sheryl Crow. A song I’ve paid little regard but have really enjoyed playing along with and noticing how cool the groove is and, to my surprise, how dirty the guitar sounds in the original.
Not the full song as I was interrupted by my youngest to play a board game with her (I cant say no).
I sure hope the link works and I’ve done this properly. Just like the geetar this is a learning process
Congraulations on your first video post.
Lots to like here mate. Good cruisy strumming, with a solid tempo (rhythm is king) and nice clear chords. You looked pretty relaxed too, given its your first post.
Well done. Looks like a solid foundation to build upon.
That’s a good first post ,congratulations , neatly changed the chords and all notes can be heard clearly…no weird string buzzing,…and a solid rhythm is really important…so…bravo
My 1st post Shane but not my 1st recording attempt. Was the 1st time I hadn’t completely cocked the song up I was playing though. Not a full song like I said but I was soo keen to break the ice and post something.
My next goal is to post a full song then a full song with singing
Nice and solid start Colin, congrats on your first AOVYP !
Good to see you playing something that sounds like it would not be on your musical radar. Its great to learn an play songs that are not just in the usual genres you follow. It can through up interesting progressions and strumming patterns, so always keep an open mind and play all sorts of different styles of songs.
That was nice and smooth! Great recording! I also record in a location that isn’t private. Soooo many interruptions it is hard to even get a clean recording at all. Ah, well. It is better than hiding in the basement.
Isn’t there an “unlisted” setting on you tube? That lets you send links but doesn’t make it public for anyone to find.