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Wow. Hold on, give me a second... I need to relax after this one.
This was crazy difficult. Not only was it just difficult note-wise, but the rhythms were ridiculous too. It was loads of fun though!
I started working on this in June. I did take July and August off while I was away for the summer, but all in all this is the product of a little less than 4 months of work.
There are 8 voices that you don't see, but that's just because I couldn't fit them on screen. 4 baritone voices and 4 tenor voices do not have videos to go along with them, but there aren't any splits in those parts so I don't think that matters that much. There are 7 voice parts in all, plus the Soprano solo.
I'll admit, I did cheat a little bit with the bass 2 part... I wasn't planning on doing this song because of how low the bass part was. But one day (and singers will know what I mean) I woke up and for some reason I just wasn't getting the high notes I usually do... but my range compensated by giving me ridiculous low notes... so I learned the bass part and took everything from there... believe me, I don't normally have the low C's and D's that I sing in the video.
The solo at the end is the top left box, the one wearing a bowtie. My soloists wear bowties now, bowties are cool.
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--arranged by Joseph Bates--
Apogee 'One" pre-amp
Final Cut Pro