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Thread: She's Leaving Home (Beatles) - Ukulele instrumental with Orchestration.

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    Default She's Leaving Home (Beatles) - Ukulele instrumental with Orchestration.

    She's Leaving Home by the Beatles from Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. I have arranged the Orchestration in a program called Reason. The program is usually used for creating dance music but there are a lot of sampled instruments and a sequencer with lots of possibilities. Strings.....violin, viola, cello and bowed double bass with additional flute part. Solo played on an Ohana Tenor Ukulele TK35G with low G tuning.

    I hope you all enjoy! Mike

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    Thanks! Very nice. The uke sounds very much like the harp on the original recording.
    I have a T35G too and wonder what strings you use for the low G tuning?

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    Thanks very nice and once again, discouraging (will I ever get there) and an incentive

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    Thumbs up. It is always a nice to start the day with your music.
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    Wow, really a great job! Love the part that sounds like a mandolin, and what a sweet finish...

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    Nice job Mike. Can't go wrong with the Beatles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lapyang View Post
    Thumbs up. It is always a nice to start the day with your music.
    Wow doctor that’s a huge compliment!

    Great job!
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    Fabulous work Mike, what a big sound! You've given me a reason to check out "Reason"
    All the best,
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    Real quality stuff Mike - thanks! And thanks for posting the technical info, I'm always interested in how people put together their backing tracks etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FinnP View Post
    Thanks! Very nice. The uke sounds very much like the harp on the original recording.
    I have a T35G too and wonder what strings you use for the low G tuning?
    Thank you FinnP, Now you have said it I think Ukes do sound a lot like a harp.....never noticed that before! The strings are standard Aquila Nylgut with a Fremont squeakles low G. I particularly recommend the Fremont low G.

    Quote Originally Posted by plunker View Post
    Thanks very nice and once again, discouraging (will I ever get there) and an incentive
    Thank you plunker, the fun is in the learning and playing. I am always inspired by another persons playing. I love YouTube!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lapyang View Post
    Thumbs up. It is always a nice to start the day with your music.
    Thanks again Lapyang.......your quote really made me smile! Although for me starting the day will always involve coffee!

    Quote Originally Posted by keonepax View Post
    Wow, really a great job! Love the part that sounds like a mandolin, and what a sweet finish...
    Thank you Keonepex......I am still in awe of that lovely looking ukulele.......do you sleep with it?

    Quote Originally Posted by lfoo6952 View Post
    Nice job Mike. Can't go wrong with the Beatles.
    Thank you lfoo6952, I totally agree.......I am a massive Beatles fan!

    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRule View Post
    Wow doctor that’s a huge compliment!

    Great job!
    Thanks Brenda..........it is a huge compliment.......no competition with coffee though!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Camsuke View Post
    Fabulous work Mike, what a big sound! You've given me a reason to check out "Reason"
    Haha....there is always a reason. I noticed you have changed your Avatar! I assume you are an art lover. Anybody who uses Mondrian art as an avatar must be!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wingnutz View Post
    Real quality stuff Mike - thanks! And thanks for posting the technical info, I'm always interested in how people put together their backing tracks etc.
    Hi Wingnutz. Thanks for the comment! It was great to see your videos. Likewise I like to find out how things are done. Looking forward to more music from you!

    Mike

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