Acoustic Cover of Damien Rice’s The Greatest Bastard
I just uploaded a new acoustic cover to YouTube. Damien Rice is one of my favourite artists of all time. It’s a wonder I haven’t uploaded more covers of his songs yet but I will definitely do that in the future 😊
I played a little with the lighting on this one. I built a new background and used gels to add some nice colours. I hope you like it!
By the way, the video was filmed by Pascal Bormann. Great job, man! Thank you so much!
Don’t forget to press the Like button if you enjoyed the video. Feel free to subscribe to my channel if you want to see more videos. Thanks a lot!
Vocal microphone: Neumann KMS 105
Guitar microphones: Røde NT-5 MP
Audio interface: Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 2nd Gen
Camera: Sony a7ii
Lenses: SEL85F18, SEL35F28Z, SEL55210
Light: Aputure Amaran AL-F7, Aputure LS-mini 20d
Audio software: Presonus Studio One 4.1
Posted by Michel Krämer
on 24 March 2019
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