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    just an early demo, indy rock/western, curious...

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    I just did this in about an hour, consists of two different piano's (from my synth), a feedback sample, acoustic guitar and drums.

    it is really out of form of a song so far but i was hoping i could get some feedback on the overall sound of it.

    its the first song on the myspace page, and should play automatically.

    'western' (http://www.myspace.com/62490814)

    thanks!

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    myspace didn't come up within 4 mins so I dropped off sorry.

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    My Space can really mess up a tune - it's low quality - I downloaded it and it sounded much better.

    The piano/synth playing is good. The drums and keyboards were out of sync sometimes giving it a jerky flow....

    That feedback sample was out of tune many times and not too enjoyable - how do you tune such a thing?

    It just needs a little work on the timing and the feedback sample....

    Good catchy beat and rhythm...

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    thanks for the reply.

    feedback was a sample off my cs6x, and the pitch wheel controlled its tuning (hence it being out of tune :-) ). thanks though, havent decided if its worth a song yet or not.

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