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    Dude, great replies! Thank you very much. I am definitely going to take your advice and post a song when I finish one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by borimayra View Post
    Dude, great replies! Thank you very much. I am definitely going to take your advice and post a song when I finish one!
    Oh you don't have to "finish" a song. Post a 20-30 sec clip. The top guys here will then give you a good idea of what you need to do to improve things.

    Dave.

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