April 9th, 2010
Not long after I first heard this song (by Alter Bridge) I decided I wanted to do it as a podcast. Biggest problem? It’s very rangy, so it was hard for me to sing. Luckily I got new strings for my baritone guitar, so I was able to get it low enough to be just perfect.
This week you’ll notice that I finally got the hybrid down for the video — I have the intro screen, but I also videoed myself. The recording was done separately (once again on my Sony ICD-SX700 voice recorder) and I linked them later. The problem was it was quite difficult to the the audio and video to sync in rendering … but it’s fairly close (the program I used was Cinelerra).
Anyway, here it is. It’s about as good as I have ever performed this song. Enjoy!
Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vLW0CC6OOo
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