This is my second video.
The first was just done via my telephone.
This one is Video from the phone and audio from my daw for better sound quality, I hope.
*This whole video/audio is with much thanks to *
Thank you so much Marcel for helping me along with putting this together.
I was having a horrible time with putting video and audio together and @siff gave me many pointers as to how to accomplish this.
I’m still unsure of myself, but I seem to have got the task done.
Sorry about the dark video, again. If you view it in a dark room, it’s better. But not by much. I’ll really have to work on this lighting thing. I seem to be most creative in the early morning when it’s dark out. Again, my normal lighting in my house is what your seeing on this video.
This is a song by the kinks. I believe off their Muswell Hillbillies album. The real song is done pretty much with a piano. I don’t have a piano, I have a guitar, so I adapted it to my version.
This is only me and my guitar. No backtracks involved.
Got me a couple of glitches in playing this song. But I’ll take it for all the grief it caused me in the recording of the song. I think I spent more time with the computer and video camera than I did with the recording of it. And I went through several takes of playing this song before I played it ‘about’ like I wanted it to.
Any and all criticism is welcome as to my playing, and video/audio too for that matter since it’s my first attempt at doing a separate audio and video track.
This is another song I’ve done w/o a guitar pick. I’m finger pickin. Which I am only fair at. But I like to sounds of what I get when I do it that way.
Both parts live miced.
If it makes any difference to anyone.
Guitar is a Casino (China)
Amp is a '65 Princeton reverb-amp reissue.
Amp mic is a focusrite condenser mic that came with the 2i2 bundle.
Vocal mic is a dynamic realistic mic I got from somewhere, sometime. In other words, I don’t know where I got this mic at.
DAW is waveform12
Video is DaVinci Resolve.
Thanks Marcel @Siff