- Record video from varying changing angles, doing a few play throughs,
- Record an audio track through condenser microphone in a separate session,
- Punch out errors in audio track for a nice'n'clean('n'fake) "studio" recording,
- Chop and paste video bits from my favourite angles to match the studio recording.
So it's more of a "music video" for the song than a recording of me playing the song. If you know what I mean. I did it previously for Get Back and I reckon that is one of my more memorable videos of recent times. Next time I will go hand held camera rather than various fixed position angles, seems to have been a popular style of videography for a while.
Meanwhile, true to form, I stumbled across another song "I just had to do". Van Halen, "Why Can't This Be Love", classic 1986 right when I was into popular music. During the late 90's I made my engineering team listen to this song non-stop for about 2 hours during a pretty intense phase of a project, partly because I still loved the song, partly because when I pressed stop they would realise that intense work is better then intense work + non stop Van Halen, and partly because of the bestest stupidest line in a song ever: "Only time will tell if we stand the test of time."
First song after Lee Roth left, by Sammy Hagar. I've still got the bridge to finalise but the rest is mostly done, just gotta get it playing cleaner. Here is me Hagar'ing it: