All Content Projects Covers Obywatel GC - Nie pytaj o Polske (synth cover).mmpz
by Mister Sislak (msislak)
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License: Creative Commons (by-nd)
LMMS Version: 1.1.3
Submitted: 2016-09-25 23:42:44Updated: 2016-09-25 23:42:44
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It is cover of "Nie pytaj o Polskę" Obywatel GC from album "Tak! Tak!".
This is awesome. o.o You did an excellent work both covering it and introducing me to the song. Your choice of instruments and cover method is flawless. I like what you did with the knock.x3 Really well done. Keep it up!Posted by: Yure on 2016-09-26 05:01:13
Well done!!Posted by: bieltoni on 2016-09-26 08:05:25
What a pity that you didn't finish it to the end!Posted by: Peter F on 2016-09-26 09:46:44
even bieltoni know good music yet he makes music with no music thoery only noisePosted by: lgbt on 2016-09-26 14:13:19
Hi Peter F. Indeed the original is 5 minutes long. In the last 2 minutes there is powerful saxophone solo. Currently I can not make it. There are some saxophone (brass instrument) VST plugins which sound good but I do not want additional stuff. To make saxophone like sound one needs to change some parameter during playing note and this almost for each note separately. You need to variate pitch and expression (volume). I have not fond the possibility in LMMS to modify volume for each note like I can do it for pitch. Anyway it was several hours work perhaps I will try it later with new energy. I wonder how you could made so many covers in short time. Have you made it from scratch?Posted by: msislak on 2016-09-26 23:16:43
Hi Mister Sislak! Of course I don't do my covers from scratch. In the past I did a couple of covers with TuxGuitar (based on midi). Thus it's not such a big deal to transfer them to LMMS. For the more recent songs I have several tools: e.g. for "Sing Me To Sleep" I used a Synthesia-Youtube tutorial video as source of inspiration. Often I use the help of tracks from www.karaoke-version.com as it easier to write down music when the single instrumental tracks are seperated.