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    Quote Originally Posted by heatmiser View Post
    Sounds really good to me man. I was cool with the original jam as is, but the additions your friend has made really make this more of a complete sounding song than I expected.

    I think the sounds you both contributed mesh well together, and it seems like you've already taken the above feedback into account, as I'm not hearing those issues now.

    As usual, I got nothin' for you - sorry! Did want to chime in though to let you know I really enjoyed the listen.
    Thanks for the listen heat. Appreciate the comments

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    Hi - I’m new. I can’t comment on technical stuff, but I can say it’s a really cool song.
    Glad you liked it. Thanks for checking it out

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    Killer - just killer.

    Enjoyed playing drums to this.

    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manslick View Post
    Killer - just killer.

    Enjoyed playing drums to this.

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    Thank you sir!

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    Very cool vibes!

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    I could imagine this all over college and modern rock radio. The vocal melodies are memorable and catchy, as is the vocal delivery and the groove of the song overall. Sounds like accomplished writing and great collaboration to me. Top marks guys, this is great.

    This could easily be a hit song with the right audience. Plain as day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by endlessrain View Post
    Very cool vibes!
    Cheers!

    Quote Originally Posted by kindafishy View Post
    I could imagine this all over college and modern rock radio. The vocal melodies are memorable and catchy, as is the vocal delivery and the groove of the song overall. Sounds like accomplished writing and great collaboration to me. Top marks guys, this is great.

    This could easily be a hit song with the right audience. Plain as day.
    Thanks for the kind words. College radio though? Didn't think the kids listen to this kind of stuff anymore

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    Cool song and really impressive mix. Nothing stands out as needing any particular work...really like that doubled but different vocal passage...only minor criticism is that the vocal in the intro sounds a bit meh...nice work

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcmac74 View Post
    Cool song and really impressive mix. Nothing stands out as needing any particular work...really like that doubled but different vocal passage...only minor criticism is that the vocal in the intro sounds a bit meh...nice work

    Mark
    Thanks Mark. Appreciate the feedback

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    Sounds great man i think the mix is good. I love all your stuff. I can always count on you for just the right mix of originality, wierdness, fat sound, and a cool groove.
    Good job!
    I was country before they took the O out.

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    I love, love love the synths on this track - right up my alley. The vocal feels like it's floating over a bed track for some reason - I would love to hear it smashed, put some grit and maybe a hard pan delay on it and drop it down. Of course that's 90% stylistic choice, but I think it would totally fit.

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