• You definitely have a good point here Joe, but your comparison is a bit unfair. We never get to hear the part recorded with a click without the click. Either way this song absolutely needed to lose the click 🙂
    Just out of curiosity: What would you do if the intro (or the first part of the song) needs a click, but the rest should be recorded to a click?

    • I’m not sure I understand the unfair part, but you could always program the click track to mute during parts of the song or something…

      • I just thought about what we hear in the video. That the comparison is a bit unfair. We only hear the part you recorded with a click, with a click. And listening to music with the click is sort of an acquired taste 🙂

        It would be interesting to hear how that first try sounds like without hearing that click. I am guessing that it still would sound worse than the one recorded without a click. Maybe even worse than hearing it with the click, since you are slowing down and speeding up just a little.

        Anyway this is no biggie. The important thing here is that the song works best without a click. And it truly is a beautiful song.

        • Gotcha. Yeah that would’ve maybe been helpful. I wanted you to hear how much I was fighting against the click. and yes, without hearing the click it sounds even worse. 🙂

  • Lee Canales

    This is a gorgeous track, and I can’t wait to hear it all. You are releasing your album the day before my birthday AND I’m a MixPractice client. NNNIIIIICE.

    • Well then happy birthday indeed!

      Maybe I should release an album on all of your birthdays from now on??