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|Cudham and Downe Community Carol 2020
Fantastic! Thank you for offering to record yourself singing ‘O come all ye faithful’ for our Cudham & Downe Community Carol.
Here’s what you need to do: Set up your studio: • Lighting – is it appropriate, try not to be in shadow • Background -think about what’s behind you – objects, pictures etc. • Noise – can you avoid noise from outside? Where in the house is appropriate? • Could anything disrupt your recording? E.g. Pets • Decide what you are going to wear. Something festive?
Recording: • You will need two devices - one to play the backing track on e.g. computer/ipad and the other to record your singing on e.g. phone. • Download the backing track, PDF of the words and PDF of the music (if you need it) from the ‘audio’ page of the church website https://www.pcd.org.uk/media/ • Record your video clearly in portrait format (not landscape). • Use headphones plugged into your computer/ipad to hear the backing track playing while you are recording on your phone - so you only record your singing not the organ as well! • Record yourself on your phone singing all four verses (from the words PDF) of ‘O Come all ye faithful’ to the backing track. • If who are used to choral singing and would like to sing in harmony, please use the music PDF to sing verses 2 and 3 in harmony and unison for verses 1 and 6 and any brave sopranos are welcome to have a go at the descant in verse 6 too! • Review your recording to make sure you would be comfortable with it.
• Then upload your recording to our special dropbox page by 7th December midnight– https://www.dropbox.com/request/g9s5qgUkjObBUOFkdxa3?oref=e
• Please note that by uploading your recording you are agreeing to be part of the Community Carol video in our Youtube Carol Service on 20th December.
|O come all ye faithful 4 verses words.pdf || O come all ye faithful 4 verses music.pdf|