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    Re-recorded and with real drums

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    Just to see what everyone's opinion is on this mix:

    I've still to add a couple of backing vocal parts but it's got enough to mix.


    Here's the new one:
    Little Scheme.mp3 - File Shared from Box.net - Free Online File Storage

    And the old one for reference (I posted it about 3 months ago):
    Little Scheme Mastered.mp3 - File Shared from Box.net - Free Online File Storage


    The song's about living in a sh*thole in Glasgow (called schemes) so don't worry if you don't understand the lyrics :P

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    I must say the intro is a bit long but that's up to you, but I think it is pretty original !! The verse is lovely
    You gotta love the explosive vocal.

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    I like the intro, it's nice to have a bit of instrumental every now and then. Think it really works for this track.

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    Name checking Chaucer & Shakespear eh?
    You melody & delivery are a bit Arctic Monkeys but that's fine.
    The bah dah dah's are OK but i'd like you to have finished with I don't wanna hear about your problems or something similar.
    The bass is clear in the intro, the trumpet is an interesting choice & works really well - is it a bit pitchy?
    The crash is a bit shimmer/splashy.
    Terrific song & good mix.
    Am I not just slightly mad?
    Well - I enjoyed this ta!

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    Hmmm...Ska? (the art form that made band-geeks a valuable commodity for once). I found myself wanting the trumpets to come back again. I guess it's not ska after all . I kinda like this. The vocals were real clear, maybe a touch too loud, but well placed. Everything seemed to be well spread out.

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