OK, so here is the fourth Beatles project song in the row. This time one from the late Beatles days, and this one is Something. It certainly was something! Another challenging one for programming drums, but been there before and I do like a challenge. Not just drums, but also a very involved and melodic bass track, not to mention the string section and organs inthere. My guitarist would immediately say, 'you're forgetting the solo guitar'.. Ehm yeah, that too. All recording and mixing was done through the DM-mixer into/from Cubase 11, mastering afterwards in Wavelab 11.1. Rhythm guitar (Fender Strat) and also the Epiphone Casino (solo guitars) were recorded through a Mesa Boogie V-twin tube preamp and then through a TL Audio C-5021 tube compressor. Solo guitar also had Overloud TH-4 and tube compressor plugins applied to it in Cubase. Bass guitar (Fender Precision Bass Special) went directly into the same C-5021 and then to the DM. Vocal mic used was my go-to mic, Neumann TLM-103, for my own vocal and also the backing vocal. Drums programmed in Cubase Groove Agent. Organs: Hammond from the Nord Electro 3, Farfisa from Cubase HALion, String Machine by the Waldorf Streichfett. All strings also done with HALion. All guitars including bass and backing vocals done by my partner in crime, the rest done by yours truly. A YouTube version (meaning a still photo video) will come later, but on SoundCloud here it already is: https://soundcloud.com/soundbytestudio/something Hope you like it, and any comments are welcome again ofcourse!