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    sorry if this a double post..

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    haven't been recording much so i haven't been around these parts, but i was recently inspired.....let me know what you think.

    Also...if anyone would like to try some vox, PLEASE be my geust!

    bonny

    thanks for the listen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turtlishous
    haven't been recording much so i haven't been around these parts, but i was recently inspired.....let me know what you think.

    Also...if anyone would like to try some vox, PLEASE be my geust!

    bonny

    thanks for the listen.
    Well, the obvious first; needs real drums to kick harder... But, since you don't probably have that available, try a different snare that has a lot more "pop". The primary guitar distortion is a smidge over the top. Well, OK, more than a smidge, but that's subjective. The playing is fine, no its; your rhythm is good; lead needs to be higher in the mix; don't be 'fraid...

    Good start!

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    thanks alot for the crits!

    all i have for drums is a ten+ year old casio keyboard.....i'll try to use a drum replacer to fix the snare.

    the "lead" guitar is pretty shotty and needs to be redone...so after that i can bring it in some more.
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