#2
Maybe look into lowering the vocal's volume. Maybe it's just me, but I think that the vocals really absorb some of the guitar. It would probably be best to get all instruments at about equal volume.

Otherwise it was good and I liked it and I would galdly rate it seven asses.
#3
Quote by Jready
Maybe look into lowering the vocal's volume. Maybe it's just me, but I think that the vocals really absorb some of the guitar. It would probably be best to get all instruments at about equal volume.

Otherwise it was good and I liked it and I would galdly rate it seven asses.


Oh ok, thanks.
#4
You gotta work on your screams a lot. Go to the Screaming/Growling portion of the thread and try to learn as much as possible. As for production, ease up on the reverb, there's too much.

The guitar and stuff is decent though.
#5
Yeah definitely take the vocals down a little, and lessen the reverb. The solo guitar could've however been a bit more on top of the mix. Drums sounded killer to me. Guitars were pretty good too.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1566724

All crits appreciated!
-Jonathan
#6
Quote by BloodReverence
You gotta work on your screams a lot. Go to the Screaming/Growling portion of the thread and try to learn as much as possible. As for production, ease up on the reverb, there's too much.

The guitar and stuff is decent though.


There is only reverb on the vocals... but ok.
#7
i did mean the reverb on the vocals, it's actually blocking out everything else and makes the vocals sound like they're in a tunnel
#8
Quote by BloodReverence
i did mean the reverb on the vocals, it's actually blocking out everything else and makes the vocals sound like they're in a tunnel


what should i do to improve my screams? ive checked out the threat but i dont know specifically what im doing wrong.
#9
Post the song in the thread and the guys there will give you advice. Mostly, the problem I hear is lack of diaphragm usage and an improper filter for the scream, but they'll give you a more detailed explanation.