Hey folks, sorry it took me a couple of ways to respond, I’ve been quite disconnected (call it OM hangover ) it’s an interesting topic and an aspect that requires a ton of messing around with in the computer, thanks for passing by.
@TheMadman_tobyjenner thanks a lot Toby, seems you’ve put a lotta time and effort into your production, I’ll check the link carefully and probably get back with some questions when I start making some tests
@Rumil thanks Edgar, honestly I was recording when I was practicing and didn’t even think about it after the OM, it’s great to have your own tracks of the event to go through!
And what a performance you gave, very jealous of your rock/metal playing, and props to you for bringing a Spanish song to the community, I may take your example!
@adi_mrok thanks Adrian, very simple tip but didn’t think about it at the time!
@twistor59 thank you Phil, I’m glad you enjoyed it even with some blunders, but it’s a song in excited to perfect and keep in my repertoire.
@liaty cheers Dave, it’s always intimidating to do a song with specific accents or local expressions, I hope they don’t see this up in Sheffield
One thing I learned from this in that aspect is, having a backing track stops you from speeding up which is something I almost always do when performing for an audience. Thanks for the tips and have to say I loved your mellow performance this time around.
@Notter thanks Mark, one of the Oasis army on the community. This tech stuff is like a whole another instrument to learn, but it’s easier when you find the people here willing to help out and share their expertise.
Cheers everyone, thanks again for going through it, I’ll keep turning virtual knobs and see what comes out!