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    So I invited an old friend over to record a few songs and it has turned into a full album length project. I have free reign to do what I want for the most part and on this one I took advantage. The song is called "Sunshine" and it includes besides acoustic guitar and vocals; a djembe, an indian santoor, a Suzuki q-chord (look it up) and a small fleet of guitars. I'm not used to recording and mixing vocals so let me know how the vocals are sitting. Mostly enjoy the ear candy. The artists name is Jason Marcum. Thanks for your time.

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    It sounds great to my ears.. very well made! Maybe a little louder on the vocal?

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