SMOMB Covers "The Letter"

This very simple (and not so good!) recording was made quickly, cheaply and easily… the "movie" production was MUCH more difficult and time-intensive than creating the music.

The meant-to-be-fun video hopefully demonstrates the ease of recording instruments and voice available to anyone with a home computer in these "advanced" digital times. (NOTE: Although I used Apple's Logic Pro X to tweak the tracks, the simple tools employed are available for FREE [or certainly, "low cost"] for any computer operating system; i.e., "GarageBand", "Audacity", etc.)

My target audience is my friend Jim in California. (The world needs you to start recording, boy…!)

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