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    "When the Rain becomes a Burden" Unmarketabley remarkable. " In a christian sense"?

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    It's a little more murky (recording wise) than your last couple posts, but I like your voice and style - again.

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    Maybe the murkiness is intentional. In order to represent rain and such you may have to emulate murky, through shitty recording. Ha, just messing, it is a bit rough I suppose. Thanks for listening.
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    I like your voice and style.

    The guitar sounds alright, sounds close miced and a room verb added on top. It's cool, it just has a kinda hollow sound to me.

    The vocals sound pretty good too. I'd bring them up a bit in a few places.

    Everything sounds really compressed to me. I can't tell if it's on each track or a master thing. But it gets a little pumpy, and smashed sounding, and around 2:10 the volume jumps on the acoustic quite a bit.

    Cool song!
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    I would go for a more intimate sound and lose the reverb.

    I'm noticing some pitchiness in the vocal.

    Guitar sounds kind of cheap - not a ton of detail.

    Little pop at 1:53. A couple of other spots shortly after that. Big one at 2:19. More after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleM View Post
    I would go for a more intimate sound and lose the reverb.

    I'm noticing some pitchiness in the vocal.

    Guitar sounds kind of cheap - not a ton of detail.

    Little pop at 1:53. A couple of other spots shortly after that. Big one at 2:19. More after that.
    I recorded this on one track. I don't understand what you mean by the guitar sounds cheap... The quality of the recording or the delivery regarding performance?
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