Recording: The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - Main Theme

Submitted Sat, 07/12/2014 - 17:57
by awesomeman321

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Hey everyone! This weeks i decided to finally do a cover I've been planning for a long time, the morrowind theme. I spent a lot more time mixing and making the drums on this one. I am pretty happy with the drums and i think with my new way of mixing my covers will keep getting better.

Hope you guys like this one! We are only 3 weeks away from my 50th video special and it would be awesome if we could get my channel to 200 subs by then so if you like the video please subscribe :D

Arranged and Performed by: Awesomeman321
Composed by: Jeremy Soule

Electric Guitar: Gibson Les Paul Studio
Classical Guitar: La Patrie Collection
Bass: Squier vintage modified Jazz bass
Microphone: Audio-Technica AT2020 USB
Effects: Line 6 PodFarm
Interface: Line 6 UX1
Drums: EZDrummer
Mastered with: Izotope Ozone 5
Video Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Audio Software: Mixcraft 6
Video Camera: Canon T3i

2 comments on Main Theme

Dude, I like your work. I


Dude, I like your work. I (finally) just got a drum vst and am finally starting to be able to make something remotely decent as far as production value goes. Do you have any tips for a newb at making higher quality recordings or maybe some videos/tutorials that helped you? I'm pretty good at playing my instruments, but getting the recordings to sound professional is still a bit out of my league.

Anyways, I really enjoyed this! I will definitely subscribe.

Thanks dude! I learned all my

Thanks dude! I learned all my stuff from FamilyJules7x's recording guide. It's a 10 part video series that covers everything from making tones, recording, mixing, mastering, and video editing. It is a little bit out dated but it's a great start. What I would recommend is watching the series then go to his twitch page and watch a past broadcast of one of his music making streams and you will see a more recent version of how he makes his stuff. Then copy some of his settings and keep fixing them until they sound good for you. Can't wait to hear some of your stuff :D