I was sent a message on Instagram a few weeks ago…
(Btw: Instagram is NOT the best way to contact me. You’re better off emailing me, tweeting me or leaving a comment on my YouTube videos)
The message was from an artist who was trying to record his own songs at home.
He really wanted to understand the whole recording process, step-by-step.
(I’ll be covering ALL aspects of the recording process, so stay tuned to my emails)
One of the things he wanted to learn was how to copy over his chorus sections…
I remember having trouble with this when I first started recording my own songs…
The problem is:
If you don’t know what you’re doing, this can be a tedious and difficult process…
It’s not hard to end up with your chorus out of sync and sounding off.
And it’s painfully boring to try and nudge your chorus into the right place…
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
I eventually discovered a method that makes copying over your chorus simple, fast and easy.
Wanna know what it is?
Click the video link down below to see it in action:
All the best,
Jay “Just Right” Cartere