Wow. Another post so quickly. And more new music.
This was recorded at the same time as the songs in the previous post, but I didn’t get to play around with it before I had to go in for a surgery. Well, the surgery is over, and now I’m at home relaxing, and I decided to fiddle around with the recording a bit. So, here you have it! Another new DWAB song!
Yes, the crows can really be that bad during the day (although I admit there was some looping involved). And no, that’s not exactly how the song was supposed to end, but I’m probably going to be lazy and never get around to recording it properly, so I guess this is better than nothing, right?
It has been a little while since my last song, so I decided to get back onto my rooftop and spend some time with my cats and the crows and record something new. This time, I also decided to fiddle around a little bit and do something with the recordings on the computer. (Also something I haven’t done in a long time.)
The songs were recorded with my Cowon D2 media player and my new Samsung mobile phone. How’s that for lo-fi hi-fi?
DWAB: Kudil Song
I haven’t recorded anything in a long time, so I decided to take my digital camera onto my rooftop hut and record one of the songs I’ve been working on. Knowing how lazy I am, this might be the only version you’ll ever get to hear! If you listen closely, you can hear all the random noises I hear from my rooftop, like the chanting from the nearby mosque and so on. In fact, you don’t even need to listen closely to hear my cell-phone notifying me that I received a text-message while recording the song…. Fun times!
After years and years and years, I’ve finally gotten around to getting the existing Song Sketches stuff together and compile a somewhat coherent collection of what we were about. To get an idea, you could start by reading the description of the band at the main part of the 2657 Productions site, but there’s always more to a story, right?