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    Tear It Up! - new song and mix - comments?

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    did a quick recording last night of a new song with my band.


    just trying to gather some thoughts on what to do and change for the next time i can work on it.

    ( hopefully i'll be buying drumagog tommorow to replace kick and snare tracks )

    - Alec

    "Tear it up "

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page...?bandID=236709

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    bump...anyone ?

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    Sounds like a good recording man.
    Instruments sound good and raw to me. Everything has a loud sound to it, but it doesn't sound like its clipping to me.
    Vocals sound good, except the scream at 1:42 does sound too loud, sticks out of the mix a bit too much.
    If I had any recommendation it'd be to do more with the ending. I really dig that riff and part! I say expand that some and throw some lead work over it... it could even be an epic solo ending... or maybe have that part again elsewhere in the song. Cool stuff.

    Overall... the song rocks

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