just finished this 2 hour production sketch of a track I have had in mind for a few days. male vocals would improve this one a lot.
tempo: 95 bpm
inspired by Morcheeba's "Bulletproof".
took me about 2 hours to finish. it is supposed to be a production note / musical sketch. a female singing voice would improve this track immensely.
tempo is 101bpm. took me about 2 hours to finish the beat. originally there was a yangchin melody track to support the vocals but i took it out since it did not contribute to the overall feeling. took me another 2 hours of fiddling with the timing of the vocals to realize that i should leave them alone. they work as they are. the clicky thing is a bangu drum. also added a piano sting to symbolize the "blackened word" or the "weapon" - you decide which version you like best ;)
so - how do you like my interpretation of the song? please write in the comments below.
fat jon inspired me again with his magnificent just breathe to do a trippy trip hop beat. not sure how this can be used though.
3 years to make this video it took me. but now, equipped with new editing skills and a proper vision for the bts video, i finally was able to make the 30 second short, i wanted to do in the beginning but did not know how. thank you time.
the song used is "35th and Pain"
so the first version took me about 3 hours to complete yesterday. in essence it was a bit of a disaster and not what i felt was necessary for the song. today the whole world looked differently when i sat down and thrown out about 70% of the things i put in just the day before. well thrown out would be a bit harsh since all the elements are still there only not as compressed. meaning: instead of just layering one instrument over another for 3 minutes i chose to break them up into non conflicting bits and arrange them around the vocals (some fine adjustments on sync).
after i was done there was something missing since the song started so abruptly - there was no story / introduction. so i scowered HR for something spoken referencing battle and war. mattsoar delivered but on a whole other level and much better than expected. thanks Matt.
this is how a fish eye lens looks through the viewfinder of a full frame camera. it was new to me thus i jumped on it. those who know already - disregard.
here is an example of a fish eye lens effect. my first ever use of this somewhat strange device. strange since it "throws away" 3/4 of all the information on the sensor because the image that is hitting it is only 1/4 in size. very weird to look through the viewfinder and see this little semisphere with all the commotion in the middle.