Here’s my cover of Charlie Puth’s song “Boy”. Recorded on a Roland Gaia SH-01 synth with vocals recorded on a Sennheiser ME-2 mic.
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Roland Gaia SH-01 Patch that I used in the video, and Roland Gaia Synth tutorial:
Wurlitzer sound on the Roland Gaia – how to make a classic Wurlitzer keyboard patch by Geoffmobile
Vuze XR VR 180 Video Editing tutorial with Shotcut:
How to Edit VR 180 3D videos in Shotcut, Free Video Editor, and adding titles in VR 180 properly
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This video is VR 180 3D, best viewed in a VR headset such as the Oculus Quest 2.
This is Geoff Peters’ cover of “Boy”, a song composed by Charlie Puth, originally released on his 2018 album Voicenotes.
This cover was inspired by Sorin Zlat and Razvan Encuna’s 2021 cover of the song, available at:
In this video, Geoff from geoffmobile.com gives a live performance of Charlie Puth’s “Boy”, by playing the Roland Gaia SH-01 synth and singing. This was recorded in 3D 180 VR using the Vuze XR – a 180 3D VR camera.
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I am still learning my instrument (the voice) and consider myself to be pretty new to singing, as I only started singing in 2013 (8 years ago). Special thanks to my current vocal teacher, Spencer Welch Vocal Studio, and my previous vocal teacher, Mark Downey Vocal Studio.
I am much more advanced on piano than singing, as I started playing piano when I was 3 years old, and I’m 39 years old now! I am excited to be learning the voice and feel that it’s never too late to start learning an instrument. I just wish I had done choir in high school because it is so much easier to learn an instrument when you start when you are young. However I have no regrets and am grateful for my singing teachers for taking me step by step through learning the voice, and have a goal of keeping on track and gradually improving well into my senior years.
Audio was recorded using a Sennheiser ME-2 lav microphone, mixed in Cakewalk by Bandlab, and “mastered” in Audacity using High Pass filter, Equalizer, and W1 Limiter. VR 180 3D video was captured at ISO 200, Shutter 1/60, Aperture 2.8, and exported from Vuze XR Studio in 5.7k side-by-side H.264. Video edited in Shotcut.
This VR 180 3D video was filmed using a Vuze XR camera.
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