【武柳先生】飄洋過海來看你_Cover(嘎啾盃歌唱比賽#3) - YoutubeRandom

【武柳先生】飄洋過海來看你_Cover(嘎啾盃歌唱比賽#3)

#嘎老師 #唱歌比賽
比賽介紹連結:https://youtu.be/OipShJpXkls

嘎啾盃歌唱比賽#3
【飄洋過海來看你】Cover
作詞/曲:李宗盛
編曲:TRIFORCE
原唱:娃娃(金智娟)
版本:劉明湘

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翻唱:武柳先生
影片裡的臉:羞恥的武柳先生本人
混音:唯寒(EQ+reverb)
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大家好,我是武柳先生。
第三輪!!!

第二輪的比賽聽到更多好聽的聲音,每個月能這樣訓練自己也是滿棒的!
更謝謝陪在我身變的夥伴,尤其是娜姐!我愛你嗚嗚嗚
這次來幫忙攝影的是小五,以後也要繼續麻煩你啦!!
上次有人建議我換麥克風或掛效果器看看,謝謝你的建議!感謝唯寒百忙之中的幫助~

這次選了比較柔的歌,算是每次給自己不同的嘗試,但離完全成熟程度還有很大很多的進步空間!加油~已經不算是為比賽而比賽,就只是逼自己要唱歌www
現在的重點就是收尾很虛還有一些身體習慣的走音,簡單來說就是火侯不夠不夠穩,有時候加太多自我放飛的東西成效反而很差,自己當下唱的時候完全沒感覺,再回聽一次,挖賽,唱的一坨大便!給大家一個借鏡www

不知道大家有沒有聽出來我這幾個月有很嚴重的過敏問題?空氣差、溫差落差大就開始鼻音跟咳嗽,大家要注意身體好好養阿!

大家有想聽我唱什麼歌嗎?或許有甚麼覺得更適合我的歌也可以來跟我說說呦~
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設備
錄影:G9
麥克風:Audio-Technica AT4040 電容式麥克風
介面卡:Focusrite
錄音軟體:Cubase5
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#武柳先生種樹
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