I heard “Wishing On A Star” in the local Co-op when shopping and thought that sounds a cool version. And is that Paul Weller I thought? And it was. So I’ve had a go at it while I had the jazzy Les Paul to hand. It features strumming patterns from the end of Grade 2. It is in G Minor. I overdubbed the vocal as it’s a bit boring without…
Hey Peter, I’d missed this when you posted a few days ago. That was awesome stuff, you’ve got a nice feel to your playing and building in some nice touches with the stops and hits. Solo was a terrific addition.
@sairfingers hi and thanks. No I don’t have a looper. I discovered quite by accident that on Garageband on a Mac you can import a movie and edit the soundtrack. I actually did the Garageband course on JG a couple of years back but forget about that completely. So I added the second guitar part via Garageband on my ancient Mac. On the PC laptop I also have Magix Audio Clean, Music Maker and their Movie Maker and I have since discovered how, via Movie Maker, I can add video not just audio of a second guitar part.
Edit: PS: @sairfingers Music Maker is similar to Garageband; are these called DAW’s? And on Movie Maker you can also add other audio instead of video but adding video is cooler.
@sairfingers This is an edited down video showing guitar solo video added. The editing is a bit ropey but I did this in iMovie on the Mac and the synching is better in Movie Maker but I wanted to try iMovie for the first time. Anyway it shows the idea. This is all part of the new guitar learning journey!