Sing For your Supper – Part 3

Two months ago I posted the last render of “Sing for your supper”. This is then the third in the series showing my recording process and progress.

I’d played with the vocals just to point the dynamics in the right direction, giving the instruments a guide. The next step was the bassline. This has been an adventure.

I’m not a bassist. In fact, bassists always give me a hard time about the bass, so I wanted to work a little harder at getting something that sounded more like a bassist’s bassline. Honestly; it’s a lot harder than it seems. So here is take 5 gazillion and one. I’ve reached the “it’s-good-enough” stage and besides, I didn’t want to leave you hanging.

So here is Part3 – now with added bass.

Coming soon: guitar riffs, piano figures, and perhaps a mandolin? The idea makes me ill. Or should I do the drums?

PS – Should I record a cover of “Ebony and Ivory”? for the “would you like cheese with that?” album.