On July 1, 2016, Sylvia and I finally finished our album: "Perfectionately Yours". It took us over 24-monhts to do this, while Sylvia and I worked "through the Veil". It's almost 70-minutes in length. It's a "Concept Album". It's our story, our Life, in a general sense from Sylvia's point of "crossing-over" to now. Most of the Songs can apply to anyone's loss of their Loved One.
This album is raw, rough and, at times, a bit "out there". It takes the Listener from the Chaos I found myself in… through Disorientation… Anger, Sadness, re-finding myself… to re-connecting again to Sylvia.
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Today, Sylvia and I worked on our "Time Machine" song again. We focused on the Cyber Diva (female) Vocal part. It took a bit to get it adjusted but even with that, "her" timing was "off" here-and-there. (I entered her note-rhythm from memory and it was not completely correct. So "her" notes weren't matching the timing of "my" notes, when I inserted them into GarageBand.) I was going to adjust it, yet again, when Sylvia suggested I take a mental step back and really listen to what this song and those 2 voices (hers and mine) represent, which is "working" and "singing" through the "Veil".
As I listened in this way, Sylvia explained that this mismatch of Vocal Timings symbolizes the distortion of "sight" and "sound" through the "Veil".
When we finished adding the software Vocal part, I moved GarageBand's Playhead to the beginning and listened to the entire song. As I did, I just started crying. At that moment, I knew this song was now finished because I coul (I'm crying now)
Remember, "Sylvia" wrote this song and, so far, all of the songs on this album. I "Stream" them from "her" to "me" and then assemble them. I really thought our Orchestra work "N.O.A.T.Y." was going to be the most complicated and longest-to-assemble song on this album but, so far, this "honor" goes to "Time Machine".
I just now exported this new song and added it to our iTunes Playlist for this album. It now shows that we have 6-Tracks but this includes a "Pre-album" Track that's 1-minute, 46-seconds in length. It was supposed to only go at the beginning of the video for this album but, as I listened to it just now, Sylvia suggested that we also place it at the beginning of this album. So it's a Track of 1 sound effect, in the background, with me and Sylvia talking over it. Of course, "Sylvia's" voice is represented by the "Cyber Diva" software from Yamaha.
"Time Machine" is 5-minutes, 4-seconds in length. So now we have 5 songs finished and they take up about 33-minutes on this album. I don't know how many more songs Sylvia has in mind for this project. I do have notes for at least 3 more… maybe even 6 more, total.
(Several hours later…)
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