Chris, your tone is still as lovely as ever, but I have to agree with Mike regarding your timing. Are you reading from the dot's whilst you play and can you hear the backing track whilst you record yourself?
Thanks guys for the comments...
and thanks to Clivey and Chris for kicking it off for this month
Great to hear a Soprano .. then a Tenor ... I used an Alto ... Now we need a ??
Something starting with B ...;}
Hmmmm, why do I suddenly feel like like I've been cornered? Hoodwinked! Ok ok, here it is, and I must apologize to you Chris. It would appear that my timing is bloomin awful! It's only when you record and listen you actualy hear yourself as others do.........OopsHey Adrian that sounds like a good idea, HOW about it Pete???
Pete, A lack of practice doesn't help And having the backing to low in the headphones makes things a bit harder))..
You may also want to adjust the latency correction so the new track is properly sync'ed with the backing. Here's how to do it in Audacity:Taz and saxade Well done...........Awesome.
So to help with my recording
should I be listening to the backing track on headphones while recording to mic?????
Then put the two tracks together??????
Yes, your rhythm has tightened up a bit. Are you reading this Chris? If you are, I suggest you memorize it then