We’re planning to do a promotion video for Alan, and we had some ideas that needed to be tested on the technical level. To find out if my latest idea for the project can be done with the means at our disposal, I created this little video of me singing with… me 😉 The quality isn’t that great, but that’s mostly because I worked with webm files as a basis and there were several conversion steps involved. I didn’t want to create a giant project just for a concept check. Enjoy!
Here’s an old classic for you… wanted to record that forever, but never had a version I was really happy with. Now I moved it down to a key I actually feel comfortable with and thought it’s ready for a little video.
My friend Alan Graham has released a new CD. It’s a piano instrumental album, and it’s absolutely beautiful.
I always find it hard to describe music with words; I can tell you about it all I want, the best way for you to know what the music is like is to listen to it, so here’s a little sample (with permission, of course) of the song “Missing You”, which is my personal favorite:
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If you like it, you can listen to more samples on Alan’s discography page. And you can, of course, buy it from his online shop, as CD or MP3s.
Here’s the guitar tab to my version of “Good King Wenceslas”, of which I recorded a video as a Christmas gift last Christmas. I know, Christmas is just over, but I just didn’t get around to it… and after Christmas is before Christmas, anyway 😉