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    Check out this demo. All of the parts are played by me.
    http://www.geocities.com/ocnor2120/index.html

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    Your site is down, I think they only let so much traffic thru in a day before they block it. You might want to try

    http://www.soundclick.com/

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    http://www.nowhereradio.com/

    These sites are made for home recording folks like us to post our tunes and get some listeners.

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    I uploaded it to SoundClick and they said it takes up to 24 hours before you can download it.
    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/4/jerryroncomusic.htm

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    hey there,
    sounds like a good song. Pretty good job mixing it. You have a good van halen sound to the guitar. good song. The song seems to missing some depth though. The upper end is lacking in my opinion. the mix seems to be possibly over comperssed. with some more polish, it will be a reall fine tune. Keep them coming.

    thanks for sharing it.
    Jason

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    Drums and percussion seemed to overpower/obscure the vocal a little, too bad because the vocal treatment was great. Maybe the vocal just needs to come up a little.

    The panning at the opening was pretty neat.

    Overall a very cohesive sound, nice job.

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    Thanks for the comments. I agree that the clarity is not great . This is due to the sub-standard soundcard that I used [Soundblaster Audigy].

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/4/jerryroncomusic.htm

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    That's a good song, good recording. At first I though it sounded like Rush, but I hear the Van Halen influence as well. The only thing that I noticed was the cymbals seemed too loud, maybe just my computer speakers. More please.

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    Thumbs up

    yep, the hi-hat is WAY too loud, and the vocal effect is too prevalent. Guitars need a bit more low mids(I know that's vague). If I was in your place, I'd also throw down two more rhythm guitar tracks for the "main" parts, hard pan one left, and the other right, but cut them out during solos. Then increase the volume on the solo sections a bit.

    Good song though, and it's probably better than anything I could come up with at this point in time.

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    Cool Tune. Sorta reminds me of Rush and a bit of Rat..I think the ending needs more work to carve out some space for everything that's gong on.


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