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Subject: Stay Close to Me demo?


Author:
Lachlan
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Date Posted: 13:13:28 09/27/20 Sun
In reply to: Lothar Pedd 's message, "The voice" on 11:05:59 09/24/20 Thu

Hey Lother,

I wouldn't say I'm an expert, but I have been playing guitar for around 31 years, and have a reasonable ear for such things. The song is based around the key of E, Gb minor and B7. The chorus is Ab, A, Gb, then a quick rundown from B - A, Ab minor and Gb minor.

As for the voice, probably anything that matched the words in the right key. There are programs where you can isolate a voice, but given the words were taken from Mono recordings, there is probably a bit of 'bleed' in the background from the original songs. It's then a case of stitching the words together in sequence and adding the guitar part. The problem with voice isolation is that any sort of echo or reverb will remain with the singular word which has been lifted and placed in the sequence. That is where the alleged demo has fallen down in one way.

The other thing which is apparent with the voice is the unatural pitch changing between the words, which almost sounds like one of those artificial voices that a lot of YouTubers seem to use. It's most certainly Buddy's voice, but it's been hacked up and thrown together in an attempt to perhaps hoodwink fans into hoping it's genuine. Sadly for us, it's not the real thing.

As to whether or not Buddy had a cold at the time of the recordings, I guess it's possible. The count in sounds like Buddy's normal speaking voice to me.

Cheers.

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EchoLothar Pedd13:31:55 09/29/20 Tue
  • Echo -- Lachlan, 20:39:54 09/30/20 Wed


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