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Performing the theme to my art podcast with my band in our studio

In this video, I perform the theme song to my art podcast with my band Lorenzo's Music live in our studio.

This song clip is from a show we streamed live on our YouTube channel with a 3-camera setup we have in our recording studio.

What is the theme song to the art podcast?

If you've listened to my art podcast you've heard the theme that I play after the intro of each episode.

That song is actually a short snippet of a song called "Just in case" by my band Lorenzo's Music.

The original version is a full song that has lyrics and everything!

Spaghetti Mid-Western EP by Lorenzo's Music

It's from an experimental EP we released called Spaghetti Mid-Western.

Spaghetti Mid-Western is a four-song EP inspired by the music of western films from the 1970s.

These songs are a collage of audio by the band created from multiple studio sessions, audio from live video streamed practices and handheld audio recorders. 

These recordings were spliced and edited together and arranged to create these songs.

The EP was also created using nothing but open-source software and tools, right down to the operating system on my laptop, Ubuntu Studio. It's released under a creative commons license, which means it is free to use for your own projects.

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On our Lorenzo's Music YouTube channel we release new performances, live streams, and songwriting sessions from our recording studio weekly.

Check out my band's channel to see more and consider subscribing it really helps us out 😊 

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