In an effort to remember what I'm supposed to be playing for Caedmon's Return, I've taken to arranging and recording demos in my own studio. And here's 'Old Enough to Know Better'.
At last, almost four years after my first attempt at making a click track follow a live performance, I've finally sussed out how to do it in Logic. And here's how you can do it too!
I was possibly a little unfair in my previous post Drumming for Beginners, which might have given the false impression
My big mistake was assuming that if iTunes could drive the MOTU 828 successfully, then so could Logic, because I'd already proved that when Logic couldn't drive the MOTU, neither could iTunes.
The solution may be simpler than you think!
I recently finished a site for Outback Music Group; friends of mine who supply a full range of services to independent musicians.
After yesterday's revelations, I've been tweaking my drum kit to try and match the recorded sound of Will Champion or John Bonham.
OK. so I'm having problems actually getting any recording finished.
I'm still working on 'Fiftieth Anniversary Edition' (aka 'I'm back').
So, the 51st birthday approaches, and with it, the question 'what do I want for my birthday?'.