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Music Video - Lily was here Cover (Candy Dulfer / Dave Stewart) made with PSU24

Last post 01-11-2021, 5:16 by timetre. 2 replies.
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  •  01-11-2021, 3:27 810585

    Music Video - Lily was here Cover (Candy Dulfer / Dave Stewart) made with PSU24

    Hello community !

    I'm back with yet another music video I just finished. A "smooth jazz" instrumental cover from one of my favorite saxophone players; the talented Candy Dulfer who recorded it on her first album back in 1989 with Dave Stewart.

     https://youtu.be/uqrvK_y6l9E

    I edited it with PSU24. Source is Panasonic FZ300 4K clips (and a couple of 1080p wide angle closeups from my Action Cam)

     It's the first time I use green screen (shooting/editing) so I did learn along the way how to do better next time Wink but I'm still pretty happy with the result.

    I ended up creating two films: one front facing and one sideways. They're compositions of the various "musicians" shots, edition of background, floor, addition of neon signs, etc ...

    Then I put them in the MultiCamEtor (so handy !) to create the master video.

    Audio was recorded separately and mixed/mastered in a dedicated DAW, so it's only one WAV file landing in PS.

    Hope you enjoy !

    Vincent.

  •  01-11-2021, 4:58 810588 in reply to 810585

    Re: Music Video - Lily was here Cover (Candy Dulfer / Dave Stewart) made with PSU24

    Nicely done! And you have skills!

    Thanks for including info on how you did the video. I shared the link in a PS facebook group.

    Which DAW did you use to master the sound? How was it recorded?

  •  01-11-2021, 5:16 810589 in reply to 810588

    Re: Music Video - Lily was here Cover (Candy Dulfer / Dave Stewart) made with PSU24

    Thanks Tony Embarrassed

    Saxophone is my main instrument.

    I use Ardour as a DAW. I'm a Linux guy ... I actually have a Windows partition only for Pinnacle Studio Big Smile

    Drums (as opposed to what the video would have you believe) and keyboards are recorded as MIDI using an M-Audio Oxygen 49 keyboard

    Guitar, Bass and Sax recorded via an Audient iD4 interface

    Guitar has a B-Band under saddle transducer

    Sax is miked with a Shure SM-57

     (I would have included a few screenshots but the forum is again preventing me in this section ... disabled by the administrators it says ...)

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