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#1109433 - 06/26/1608:14 PMDarlin Child (BIAB test )
Joined: Jun 2010 Posts: 2,561Nelson
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experimenting with video editing software and BIAB
A testament to a father's unconditional and undying love. A story of a widower not only dealing with the loss of his wife but also the erratic behavior of his only child, who's finding it hard dealing with the loss of her mother.
Sounds like you're getting the hang of "the band" too, Nelson.
Though I do feel good about some of my songs, I've never found them worthy of paid demoing. They sound as good as I can play and sing. But I'm finding that a lot of folks who's work I admire are actually using BIAB so, I thought I'd give it a shot.
Mr. Nelson, You sound just as good working with a backing band as you did solo. I think you're gonna have fun with your imaginary band. Keep up the good work!
Thank you buddy.
I finally broke down and took your advice and picked up BIAB. Looking on their website I noticed that along with you, that quite a few folks here use it. It was hard to justify the cost but I just thought how much would it cost for a demo, session band or musicians and the time it takes for me to learn to play different instruments.
My sound is so basic because my skills (singing and musicianship)are so basic and I was afraid that playing with real musicians and backup singers, even BIAB, will only serve to highlight such... but here we are. Picked up the one with the wave files included.
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