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  1. 😎Let's work together to write and record another song. It will be another team effort and anyone at any level is encouraged to join in.🎸 🥁Please volunteer to do the tasks below shown in black. I will try to pick up any tasks that do not get volunteered for (except the rhythm guitar unless it is a really easy and slow chord progressions because of my arthritis😁) and I will help anyone who wants to join in. 🎙 🎶One of the great things about working with others in this way is that we end up with a song that has been crafted by a pool of ideas. The production tasks:  1) Nutty 1 will Choose a tempo (bpm), time signature (eg 4/4), key (eg. C major) and a song structure (eg. intro, verse, chorus, bridge outro) with bars and chords. Key: G Time signature: 4/4 Tempo: 72 bpm Intro (4 bars) G / C / D / Em Verse 1 (8 bars) C / Am / Em / B7 / C / Am / Em / B7 Chorus (8 bars) G / C / D / Em /G / C / D / Em Verse 2 (8 bars) C / Am / Em / B7 / C / Am / Em / B7 Solo (8 bars) G / C / D / Em /G / C / D / Em Verse 3 (8 bars) C / Am / Em / B7 / C / Am / Em / B7 Bridge (4 bars) D / Am/ D / Em Chorus (8 bars) G / C / D / Em /G / C / D / Em Outro (1 bar) G 2) Nutty 1 will Record a drum track. 3) guitarben will Record a rhythm guitar track. 4) Jusca will Record a bass guitar track.  5) gotto will Write some lyrics and choose a title for the song. 6) gotto will Record the vocals. 7) Texaspackerfan will Record a lead guitar track (solos, fills). 😎Texaspackerfan will Mix and master the song, this includes providing intermediate mixes for collaborators who want a specific mix in order to record their parts. Please note: 🎤 If you can record your track in 24 bit and at 44.1kHz, saving your track as a wave (WAV) file that would be great, if not then even an MP3 will do at the best quality you can. If you do not have any recording software (Apple products have GarageBand included free of charge) you can use Audacity, it is free to download and free to use. Audacity is available for Windows, GNU/Linux and Mac. We have a shared online space for uploading and sharing the audio files, I will send a PM to new contributors. 🎧 P.s. If anyone wants to play rhythm guitar but is worried that the chord structure and tempo may be too difficult for them, then please reply to this thread or send me a private message and we will taylor the chord progressions so that you can play it. I wholeheartedly encourage beginners and anyone who is new to home recording. We need all experience levels in these collaborations. This is exactly how I got started, I learnt a lot from the experienced collaborators and I am still learning with every collaboration!

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