This week’s offering.
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Week #5 of the Steel Drum Life – Weekly Steel Drum Video Series.
Just having fun in the studio, figuring out all the ins and outs associated with a weekly video series.
This song came to me in the middle of the night a few weeks ago.
Joseph Perry on bass, guitar, and uke.
Max Minskoff on djembes, tambourine, shaker, tracking, mixing, and editing.
Me on pan and vocals.
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“One To The Two” is video #3 in our new ongoing weekly steel drum video series.
Just another jam in the studio.
We often create grooves in a minute, and jam them out for awhile.
This one came to us after eating homemade pickled jalapenos.
I guess you could call it “Divine Inspiration”, but i wouldn’t.
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Joe on bass.
Max on kit, tracking, mixing, and editing.
Me on pan.
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Max on djembe and U Bass.
Phil on drum set and pan.
Max did all the mixing and editing.
This week we experimented with live video loops, multiple video tracking, and the Premier video editor.
We looped the drum set groove, and layered parts in real time over the groove.
Part of our simple groove approach.
We learned a lot.
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