I Recorded My First YouTube Clip
I want to get an audio set up that can sync with my video to do a better job for future clips.
I'm looking to record jams or grooves with jams. The next video will be much more groove oriented with some jamming/embellishment.
Can you guys and gals give me honest feedback on all aspects of this kind of thing?
1st take: http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=y...ture%3Dyoutube
2nd take: http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=y...e_gdata_player
Whoah. Real sorry. Double post.
I'm gonna post a reddit link that has both clips.
Any and all advice welcome.
I'm not familiar with the song at all, but you sound good to me.
I think my fave part of the vid IS YOUR HAIRS :cool:
Ha, people seem to be digging the current 'hair do'. Thanks. I don't play a song. Next time I think I will to give it more structure. It's just recurring themes/melodies in A major.
that was cool my brother, i like stuff like that myself
Thanks Dug2. I just wanted to get going even though I don't have a legit audio(recording) set up yet. This wasn't very well put together for the listener IMO. I am glad that I just jammed a bit to pop my YouTube cherry.
Next time I wanna do around two minutes playing the groove from Come On Come Over and embellishing/jamming a bit.
Thanks for the kind words though.
Don't be afraid to give me some negative feedback either talkbass users.
I like it! Tasty vibe. Only slightly negative comment would be to suggest you work on reducing the string noise.
I agree on the string noise. I was trying to do something with open string overtones(not sure if I worded this correctly). The idea ended up being way messy and disjointed.
Next time, thumb on the strings for muting.
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