Recording and editing audio has always been a “fun” time for me.
In my younger years I was a vocalist on a number of recordings (4 or 5??). Then in 1999 I had opportunity to produce a CD for a friend. I have played with Cool Edit for a number of years. By the time you do that, you’ve got the bug.
So, today I hooked up the computer with the peripherals (love that term — just means more things that help me to record).
There was some level of frustration, but within 2-3 hours I had a four part harmony – 15 second music clip in front of me. I sang each part and laid the tracks down in the computer program.
Then I started to play. I tried such things as reverb and equalization. But the most fun was the pitch settings. I jacked the voices up into the female vocal range. And my voice actually sounded pretty good. Maybe I’ll market it some day!!
Until then — hopefully a project that has been on the back burner for the last year will come forward pretty quickly!