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    Here is a song of a friend of mine's cousin that i took raw vocal and acoustic guitar tracks and using soundtrack pro added in drums, bass, and various ambient effects. I mixed and mastered it in CEP 2.0. Let me know any thoughts and suggestions! http://e3graphics.com/motherslullaby3.mp3

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    anyone have anything?

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    The fret noises are distracting...Vocals sound good, set well in the mix. Drums sound pretty tight as well, like the snare...the hi-hat open close in the chorus is a little loud (distracting as well). I like the electronic drum action. It sounds like there should be maybe some distorted guitar in the chorus, maybe give it some depth.

    All in all a pretty good song.

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