Make a Song with Helmut. (Start at page 3 or so.) Oct 5, 2014 16:22:57 GMT
Post by Helmut83 on Oct 5, 2014 16:22:57 GMT
We are a Apple Mac household and so have GarageBand on the computer, I not too familiar with it but I'm sure I could have a go and try to electronically add some elements to the song, this would be the best way for me as a household we are not musically talented and own no actual instruments. Have you come across GarageBand Helmut? Perhaps you could send me a MP3 of the song, I think I can then drop that into the program.
I'm a bit busy this week decorating the bathroom, Mrs Wimp told me that if Jeff tours then Chereene will need some accommodation near Birmingham, I was then straight onto tiding up the room, I'll offer her a cheap rate Once it's done I will have more time to have a play with the song.
Hhhmmm, I figure there must be a queue of gentlemen offering theirselves to accomodate Chereene.
Take your time, Horace, no need to hurry. Tomorrow I'll send my guitar to calibrate so I won't have it at least for a week, that's why I hurried to record something, but we have all the time in the world. I would also have to re-record a few things. There's a certain frequence range (mid-low) that sounds too overloaded and saturated. But again, I hurried a bit to come up with something to construct over. We can tidy up things later.
And no, I'm not familiar with GarageBand. I have Intel and Windows (like most people here) and I use a program to record called "Audacity". As for the mp3 file, I can send it to you or you can directly download it from YouTube (go to mp3fiber.com/ , you copy the YouTube link there and download the sound as .mp3). The ideal thing would be that you sent me whatever you record as a separate file only with your instrument, not already mixed up with what I did, because I'll possibly have to re-record some of my instruments and I want to keep them all as separate tracks (it also allows to treat them and set their volumes separately).