This is a song I worked on for a bit to test out some new concepts.
For a more detailed walkthrough on how I created it see my blog post: http://bit.ly/2fqydZV
- Presonus Studio One 3
- BFD3 Drums
- Presence XT Strings
- Guitar: Epiphone Wildkat
- Amp: Vox AC15C2
- Zoom H6 Interface
- 5 string bass
- Panasonic GH3
- Editing with Edius 8.2
- Graded with Magic Bullet Looks
First attempt at mixing up a post rock song with ableton live lite. Nothing very original, but fun to produce. Didn't have any lead line in mind at the end so I rambling with a little improv letting the Strymon Blue sky reverb ring out. :-)
This is my first full production attempt with Ableton. I used Ableton Live Lite, with EzDrummer 2 to help generate some drums. Due to running out of time (and patience :-) I just wrapped this up instead of worrying about fine tuning every little piece. I've got some errant vocal parts, guitar parts and all, but in all the mess I'm hoping you can be blessed by this regardless.
The primary mesaage of this song is one that something that has been resonating a long time, and seems to be only partially embraced by worshippers. We are not viewed in our fraility as we come before God to worship Him. We are not judged and condemened. He doesn't look and tell us to come back when we are in a better place.
Instead, just as the author of Hebrews writes (Heb 10), we can come with bold confidence, knowing that the way has been made for us in Christ, with us being viewed through the "curtain" of Christ. This is critical to every person wanting to draw closer to God, as without a realization that we should be able to approach with confidence and no judgement, we will hold back which is to our own detriment.
Hope you enjoy!
Jubril and I had some fun doing some recording and working through the editing. Resolve 12 gave us a run for our money with the learning curve, but finally got it done.
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Project for missionary couple friends of mine. First interview video I produced. There are quiet a few issues I had to work through, with no lighting gear, so I went with a B&W approach and worked on making the best of this. Great experience in learning and getting to help out some friends with a passion to change the world. Check them out at http://www.nwvineyard.com/missions