I'll try to give some times:
Paul's guitar solo at bar 50, that is 1'38"
chorus at bar 19ish, 0'36" +4.56 frames (there are 24 in a second)
chorus at bar 43ish, 1'24" +4.56 frames
chorus at bar 67ish, 2'12" +4.56 frames
chorus at bar 75ish, 2'28" +4.56 frames
verse 1 at 0'0" + 4.55 frames
"It's been stuck" at 0'11" +9.3 frames
"That's okay" at 0'27" +22.73 frames
verse 2 at 0'47" +17.15 frames
"Hey! Where is everyone" at 1'00"
"I know I can" at 1'15" +14.05 frames
My rhythm guitars should start at the very beginning. All these times are according to the setup I have on Logic Express, where I have one emptry bar in the beginning, that's bar 1, then intro starts in bar 2 and the verse in bar 4.
I hope I didn't cut any of the sequences from the beginning. The given times should be the time for the actual wave file to start. The music starts some seconds later, depending on how long the silence is. All wavs I've supplied should start at an exact bar start, which should make it a bit easier, if your software counts bars.
emptry? Where did that typo come from. That should definitely be a word. What could it mean? My project for last Tins?
I just recorded the bass track at work. Not very good yet. I used an old Ibanez Musician, which sure would need a touch of a gentle service. And a Peevey amp, Shure mic, Mackie public amp, iMic, HP laptop, Audacity. I had made an mp3 of what I have on my Powerbook & Logic Express. I listened to it with a Creative MP3 player while I recorded. Now I try to fit the recorded mono bass track with the mp3 stereo track in Audacity, just to listen to it and check the bass recording. When I time the bass track with the mp3 track in the beginning, there's a 50 ms shift at the end, the bass track being too short. The cause might be anything here, Logic, the Powerbook, the HP, the Creative counting 2 min 45 sec differently. Logic and Creative encoding and decoding mp3 differently.
I guess I'll do the recording at home with my Powerbook & Logic. They have shown almost no problems with timing so far. Paul's guitar was perfect timing from beginning to end, as well as Tobias' horns. Only Matthew's tracks made with Audacity might have had some 20-50 ms shifting from beginning to end of the recording. When Matthew sings the beginning ("It's Monday late...") in perfect time, then at "Do this little dance" he's some 30 ms too early. If Ron wants to get into those timing things, he could do it, shifting sections back and forth, but it's not necessary. It might even be that the problems are only in my equipment.
How about the drum track, Ron? I haven't done anything to the midi data, just tried different software drums. Would you need a complete wav for them or will you use some of your own software drums? Since we don't seem to get any real drummer here, anyone is free to make a compilation of the drum data into a wav.
About Matthew's exclamations ("It's been stuck", "That's okay", "Hey! Where is everyone", "I know I can"), They should be mixed so that they sound either exactly the same as the verse singing, or completely in another room. Imagine a music video, where Matthew sings in the mic. Then, at the exclamations, you see him in a totally different situation.