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    Beatles Cover...

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    Two MP3s in one day...a new record for me.

    Here's a cover of the Beatles' "I Need You." From the "Help" LP.

    Enjoy the snow tomorrow...we're getting a foot!

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    not bad man.....sounds good....

    nice vibe...........no real mix suggestions, as it's sounding pretty solid.........nice 'beatles-ish' bass tone.....good cover

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    Nice cover.Mix sounds pretty close to those 60's beatles recordings.Layered vocals sound good also.Overall a good job.

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    This is all good. I particularly like the guitar and vocal. The only comment is that I might try and get a more open kit sound for the drums to give it amore authentic low tech sound. This is a small point however.

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    Nice man. i could have swore that, that was george singing!
    How did you get that "Paul" bass sound? The only thing: like was said before, you need to bring in more kick and a little h.h. and the other thing: play around a little bit and add in your on style of playing that tune. like, use diffurent instruments, and so on.

    overall: a good mix.

    ZEKE
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    Sounds good. The suggestions for the drums are already given. I would turn up the snare too. Maybe it's just my imagination but it seems to me the bass is panned to the left. If so I would center it. Very nice harmonies. Good vocals.

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    Great job on this one! Sounds very authentic... I don't have any critiques to add to what has already been said.. Good job!
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    Zeke...

    The bass is actually my Hofner copy (a Jay Turser model). Left-handed, to boot!

    Thanks to everyone for listening...I appreciate the input.


    How about this snow?!?!? Two feet here. Wild!

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    Wow your voice sounds so close to the real thing

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    Very nice!

    I personally think the lead vocals could use some compression, then bring them up so they jump out a bit more. Also, the back vocals seem to meld with the main ones, perhaps they could be eq'd a bit different, and/or panned away from center.

    Too much snow down there? Come on up to Alberta, hardly any here!

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