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    Death before dishonor...remix

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    It plays or just a bit and then cutts out??


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    Got it fixed
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    Nice song and good story as well. About the only thing I noticed is in the intro with the guitar & drums, I really miss the bass part, a high register bass part would fit in well during that part of the song and work the notes down the neck would sound very cool I think. Hope that make sense

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    I loved this the first time. I don't know if you changed alot on the vocals, but I really notice the incredible depth in your voice now.. Again, I love the breaks in this, the organ sweeps sound awesome. Great lyrics and singing, Jay.

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    Whatever you do with the fine points of the mix, that's one rich sounding voice. The ac gtr might benefit from low end rolloff or a MB comp to control the lows.

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    Drums sound better...snare still seems a bit loud at times, but not all the time. I don't know if a bit of compression would help, or not. Vocals really make up the bulk of this tune, so whatever you do, don't mess that part up...especially upon my advice...

    The rest of the music seems pretty evenly mixed, and doesn't seem to step on the vocals. I'm not sure about the snare...might be a smidge loud compared to the rest of the drums. Just a small nit...
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    Hey Jay!!!

    Great vocals on this!!!.....you sound just like a country boy from Kentucky!!!


    Nice story song. You should be making country hits.

    The lead sings a song of it's own. May I ask what you run your guit through for that tone...? Open miced?....tube amp?..distortion pedal?



    Good one Jay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by true-eurt View Post
    Hey Jay!!!

    Great vocals on this!!!.....you sound just like a country boy from Kentucky!!!


    Nice story song. You should be making country hits.

    The lead sings a song of it's own. May I ask what you run your guit through for that tone...? Open miced?....tube amp?..distortion pedal?



    Good one Jay.
    Thanks for the comments True....the lead is run direct from an old DOD FX7....no bells or whistles anywhere
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    Thanks for the info Jay. Bells and whistles eh?

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