Beginnings - multi-tracked

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  1. madmusicltd

    madmusicltd Senior Member

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    I recorded this in one sitting last night, playing all the instruments by myself track by track, I started with the acoustic, added the vocals, a second acoustic, then bass, background vocals, drums, electric rhythm guitar, and then lead guitars, nine or ten separate overdubs. Then mixed it all down! My take on a great song!

    http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=13615252

    Sometimes when I am learning a song I like to record it (like this one), and I create the backing track for when I am performing solo, but with this method of tracking I do seem suffer some tempo and timing issues, plus I'm not really a drummer, but it is fun to do all the parts... warts and all.
     
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    A bit slower and more relaxed than the original. Sounds awesome. The lead doing the horn section parts sounds excellent. Good stuff!
     
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    thanks for listening!
     
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    I listened to a few of them. They sound awesome. Love the Steely Dan stuff.
     
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