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Thread: I'll Be Back (the Beatles)

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    Default I'll Be Back (the Beatles)

    Love this song from the Beatles '65 album. Hope you like my rendition:


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    Hi John. Yet again a cracker mate. As you know, I've been having a go recently at a few Beatles songs and posted a few over on the guitar section here on UU, but I still wouldn't have a clue how to record the harmonies and split videos of the kind YOU post
    Very impressive my friend.
    My collection of you grows weekly - you should put out an album! lol
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    Thanks, Dave! I really appreciate it! If you have an Apple computer, I highly recommend you learn how to use GarageBand. You can do multi-tracking for audio-- adding harmony and other instrumentation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keonepax View Post
    Thanks, Dave! I really appreciate it! If you have an Apple computer, I highly recommend you learn how to use GarageBand. You can do multi-tracking for audio-- adding harmony and other instrumentation.
    I have an iMac John which works perfectly but will not load (due to its internal hardware) the latest Apple operating systems. So I'm still running El Capitan. Neither the latest versions of Garage Band or iMovie run under El Capitan any more, and I can't find older versions of either app to buy anywhere. So I'm stuffed really. Most 3rd apps to do the same jobs are very expensive, so I'm sort of stuck at the moment.
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    To be honest, I like the older version of GarageBand and have been doing all my editing on my old laptop, which has a cracked screen, is noisy, and gets hot fast. I don't know how much longer this laptop will last, but every time Apple comes out with a new version of something, it's almost like learning a totally new program. They should allow people to keep using the older stuff if they prefer by making everything compatible.

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    Indeed. I once had fully paid up versions of both GarageBand and iMovie, but I had to get a replacement hard disk fitted and somehow lost them. Although I still had the installation disks (yes...it WAS that long ago!) Apple would not issue me new registration codes to re-install them. I WOULD buy and learn to use the latest versions if my iMac could run them, but Apple has locked me out of doing THAT as well!
    Oh well. I'll find a way soon, I hope!!
    Luv n stuff, Dave

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    Wow. That minor to major back and forth was such a signature part of their songwriting style early on - and you can sense both Lennon AND McCartney's fingerprints all over that song! I enjoyed your performance so much John, those harmonies really evoked the Beatles's sound and put me right back there in 1965!
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    Thanks, Laurence! It's really amazing how many good songs they came up with in a relatively short period of several years, especially when they were busy touring in the early years.

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    Awesome work here John, and those harmonies are amazing!
    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camsuke View Post
    Awesome work here John, and those harmonies are amazing!
    I second that.....well done John. Always like your video. I must add the movement / traffic outside your window are interesting too.
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