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rock song in progress what do you guys think
Old 7th May 2006
Gear Maniac
🎧 15 years
rock song in progress what do you guys think

Hi guys,

This is a kind of retro rock tune,all done in the box ,waht do you guys think?
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raindance.mp3 (4.19 MB, 1193 views)

Old 7th May 2006
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djui5's Avatar
🎧 15 years
needs real drums...to start with.
Old 8th May 2006 | Show parent
Gear Maniac
🎧 15 years

Thanks for the response, i know it would benifit from real drums ,but i do not have a drummer, and record all my material in my small apartment.
so did you like the song ? any feedback is better than none.
Old 8th May 2006 | Show parent
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dim light's Avatar
🎧 15 years
thumbsup Ha ha ha I would love to give the advice - the song needs fake drums... Nothing beats the real deal I agree with big bro djui5.

What drums are you using - LM7 Cubase style ala 1999?

The singer sounds cool - could be grunge revival if you guys change genre. I like the singer... His cool! thumbsup thumbsup
Old 8th May 2006 | Show parent
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Harley-OIART's Avatar
🎧 15 years
Get a Delay Time Chart then Time your Delays to the BPM of the Source.

Singer is Good
Old 10th May 2006 | Show parent
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Shizampah's Avatar
🎧 15 years
sounds like a really cool idea behind the song, but to me, it all sounds like it was recorded direct. Theres nothing like speakers pushing air!
Old 12th May 2006 | Show parent
Gear Addict
🎧 15 years
I like the vocal, but the delay on the left is distracting. the longer delay on the right seems to work though. I'd either turn that shorter one down or eliminate it as it just seems to muddy things up right now.

I'd bring the guitar out of the center too (double it) - the mix sounds basically mono right now, other than the backup up vox and vocal delay.

The guitar playing could be improved in some of those guitar fills. It's a cool guitar part though.

As far as the drums - if you can't use real ones then I'd at least recommend better sounding and more interesting programmed ones.

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