|Stemage Wrote:Yeah Eric Whitacre is the king of that kind of stuff. I can't imagine how he's handling 2000 voices in a session. o.O
Yeah, the whole "add what you like to this song" thing is fun when there's no pressure. You obviously have to know the styles and abilities of who you ask, but it's a blast when it works out well. You should get back on the recording wagon!
I will, eventually. I hope. Unfortunately, the computer I was using to record belonged to my former partner. I'm thinking about just asking him if I can have it, since he hasn't even hooked it up since he moved (and I never took my stuff off of it, so it has all of my recordings, everything I've written, etc. I am soooo dumb. I'll get it all when I visit him in a couple months, but...). The other problem is that I now live right on the freeway... background noise would make recording impossible anyway.
It was fun while it lasted, though.
My cousin's a musician, though, and I imagine we'll collaborate eventually as well. His setup's better than mine ever was, anyway.buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online