A ballad writtten for the author´s wife roughly based on Red Hot Chilli Peppers. The harmony follows a simple I-V-vi-IV chord progression on verses. The rythmic base was designed on the ryhm guitar playing that progression.
Time was taken to calculate how long it takes to create a song. The time described were taken during 4 sessions.
Session1 :The drums were rehearsed for 3 hours and recorded in 1 hour plus 30 minutes for mic settings.
Session 2: Guitar, vocals and keyboards were recorded in 2 hours with a contribution from Hector Vudoyra on ryhtm guitar. Bass was later recorded in 20 minutes. The whole recording took 7 hours and 20 minutes.
Session 3:2 hours were investid in mixing and
Session4: 1 hour for mastering.
After 10 hours efective time the song was finished.
Time one takes to create a song does not necessarily make it good or bad but it is interesting to see how fast can the author work.
Carlos Franco: Director and Producer
Hector Vudoyra: Photography and Mixing
José Luis Guevara: Recording and Mixing
Saúl Reyes: Camera Asistant