On August 19th, 2022 we recorded vocals for the charity song “Блакитні Небеса” (Blue Skyes). The recording was made at Studio Decorer (studio’s official website) in Tokyo, Japan.
Singer: Leela Mela, Music and mix for the song were created by famous Japanese producer and composer Eiichi Saeki, who also performs under the stage name The PBJ. Saeki-san is also the owner of the Studio Decorer where the recording was made. This is not our first collaboration with Eiichi Saeki, as we released two songs together back in 2015th year.
We are really grateful to two other people who joined the project and kindly helped with the song production.
(Tokyo-based music producer, sometimes artist a.k.a Gentouki. Producer and arranger at Advertising, SNS, and TV, Jpop 3JSB, smap, May J…etc). Tanaka-san immensely helped us with the vocal direction.
(Tokyo-based recording engineer specialized on everything from music recording to mastering). Sakurai-san was the lead recording engineer on this project.
The song is almost ready. The mix is already finished. Now we need to find someone who would want to join the project and help us with the mastering. Few more steps left and we can release our charity song to help Ukraine.
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