Goldfrapp and Logic

I noticed that in the video features of Goldfrapp‘s Supernature DVD that Will Gregory uses Logic to work on the album. So I thought I’d give a song a try.

Satin Chic

Chords are something like:

Dm (first 4 bars) BbMaj (5th bar), Gminor (6th bar), DMaj (7th bar), Dminor (8th bar)

I like Satin Chic a lot. It’s probably my favorite track on Supernature, plus it has some Mega-Manish qualities to it. The sound of the piano reminds me of the Shadow Man stage.

It’s pretty cool what you can do with Logic without spending a whole bunch of time…after spending what seems like forever to learn the program.

But I suppose that songwriting, like most tasks, is a victim to the generic and vague rule of…something, I forget the name. It says something like how the first 80% is the easiest to come up with, but the last 20% is what you’ll spend forever tweaking…but it’s not the 80/20 rule, I just put those figures in there. But you know what I mean.

With that in mind, I guess you could call this the first 15%. Maybe I’ll do a full cover of this.

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