This is a sneak peek at where we are with the title track, Slow Burn. On this month’s recording-in-progress track, you’ll hear a “scratch” (i.e., temporary) vocal and acoustic guitar, which I recorded while we recorded the drum tracks (played by Jimmy Paxson).
Seth and I are *also* working on a totally different version of Slow Burn, which I’m hoping to be able to share with you in the near future
The version of “Slow Burn” I’m sharing with you has the final acoustic guitar on it ~ I used my hubby Andrew’s handmade Ryan guitar, and WOW does it sound amazing! I use this guitar for all of my acoustic tracks that need to sound gorgeous. It’s the most beautiful acoustic guitar I’ve ever recorded with. 😊 There’s also a new “scratch” lead vocal on the track that you haven’t heard before. I’ll be replacing it with a final lead vocal, as well as lots of backgrounds as the song progresses. Also still to be added are more guitars. You’ll hear a bit of what I have in mind on the choruses, as I added some heavily-reverbed slide guitar (to get that sound, I had my Reverb setting on my amp all the way up, which I don’t usually do – I love the “countrified” effect!).
Guitar Therapy ~ Slow Burn (Session 1), click here.
Slow Burn ~ Solo electric performance, click here.
Slow Burn ~ Story behind the song, click here.