With an acoustic arrange, Tobby tried to sing Sarishinohara

And I return! With a new song cover!

So yeah, I tried to sing Mikito-P-sensei’s Sarishinohara again, and I tried to sing it with Osamuraisan’s acoustic arrange. If you want to compare this attempt and my previous attempt, then feel free to do so! Honest constructive feedback is highly encouraged and will be highly appreciated, of course!

Oh, and I’d like to thank rolosoda very much for making the illustration for this cover’s video! And speaking of video-making, I tried to use AviUtl while making this, and freaking nuts, using that is more complex than what I expected…

Now, as for other stuff that I’ve been working on, I have two more covers in my to-be-encoded queue. They’ll probably take a while before I finish them, though, ’cause I’m gonna be subtitling their videos. There’s also my pile of university work, which is getting heavier, and I gotta work on school stuff first! sakiyama Chapter 4 is also in progress, and that will also take a while before it shows up in my blog and in my Wattpad as well.

And now, here’s this cover’s mp3!

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Asuka and Tobby tried to sing Viva Happy

New collab cover, yo! This time, it’s with Asuka, a friend I gained ’cause of the Say-U app and a bunch of other stuff. We tried to sing Mitchie M-sensei’s catchy “Viva Happy,” a song whose original Miku version should be checked out ’cause of the very human-sounding tuning of Miku there! Spending time on making this cover has gotten me wanting to improve my audio engineering skills more, and I really should log into Say-U again some time soon…

Also, I need more sleep. Looks like I’ll need to spend a lot of time resisting some annoying rage from me when it comes to having my phone and laptop kept far away from me during times like bedtime. My prioritizing is very messed up, and I gotta add more willpower from me while asking for help from others.

Now, before I end up rambling or doing something boring here, here’s this cover’s mp3. And again, thank you very much for having this collaboration with me, Asuka. 🙂