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Since I love how Pachelbel's Canon sounds, I've decided to work on learning each violin part (4 total), record myself with each, and then put them all together in an end video. I don't know how long it's going to take me to work on this but I'm going to do it. When I eventually get it completed, I'll share it with you all. I've been a bit MIA here and with practicing my violin due to a variety of reasons. However, I'm slowly getting back into it.. ūüôā¬†
Just wondering if anyone else has tried this on their own and how it went for them. I know that Fiddlerman did a group project with this song a while back and I did watch it. That along with encouragement from my husband is what has made me go ahead and decide to do it. Wish me luck and let me know if any of you has done this AND if you have a video you could share with me!!! Thanks in advance!!¬†
That would be great StaceyC ! That's beautiful music.¬†
I try Pachelbel now and then, but never manage it. I did try to record a 4-part thing once though. The end result left a lot to be desired, but that was fun. I had lots of trouble sync-ing the audio parts though (with Audacity) : what software are you planning to use ?
Thank you for the tip, Fiddlerman! ūüôā¬†
As for the other posts, I don't really know what I'm going to end up with as far as for recording myself. In the past, I'd use my DSLR to record and then just used the free movie maker app that you can get for Windows. However, I am going to look into expanding and try something else. The Movie Maker is good but it's very limited in what you can do.¬†
audacity is a great and free application that would work perfectly. Give it a shot.¬†¬†
Thank you for the tip! I just went and downloaded it and will try it!! ūüôā¬†