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Here, in the fourth part of the “How I Record A Song” series, is the completed video for the song I’ve been recording, “Go Back To Him”. This video not only showcases the completed song in a preliminary mix (over headphones), but also shows a little performance on every instrument used in the song. For more of my music and videos, go to http://jimfusco.com!
This is Part 1 of a four part series about the triumphs and pitfalls of recording a song in my home studio. You’ll see techniques, advice, and most of all, a bunch of bad luck. The song I’m recording is called “Go Back To Him,” written by Jim Fusco and Alberto Distefano.
This is Part 2 of a four part series about the triumphs and pitfalls of recording a song in my home studio. You’ll see techniques, advice, and most of all, a bunch of bad luck. The song I’m recording is called “Go Back To Him,” written by Jim Fusco and Alberto Distefano.
A few years ago, I did a video documentary for my MySpace blog (http://myspace.com/jimfusco) showing how I go through the songwriting process.
This particular video shows how I develop a chord progression, a tune, and lyrics for a song from scratch.
Of course, I don’t write many of my songs this way- this was a long and tedious process. But, it’s interesting to see how I began the writing process in Part 1, completed the writing in Part 2, and played live for the first time ever (a few days later) in Part 3.
I hope you enjoy my mini-documentary and will check out my other “How I” videos, like “How I Record A Song” and “How I Develop A Song”!
Also, check out the Laptop Sessions YouTube video series, where we at Fusco-Moore Productions cover your favorite artists unlike any other YouTube covers—good! 🙂 Our complete video site is at http://laptopsessions.com .