jdenmo
UnBanned
Join date: Jul 2012
70 IQ
#2
i liked the style of riffing that started to cut in the first 20 seconds. the vocals are pretty good too, they match the tone of the guitar. i enjoyed the lyrics aswell, it is alot better then the majority of acoustic/vocal songs i see on here to be honest. id add some other instruments like strings, maybe some piano and a badass harmonica solo. other then that, really good man.

c4c my song? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1588042
EPDestroyer
Registered User
Join date: Nov 2012
10 IQ
#3
Quote by jdenmo
i liked the style of riffing that started to cut in the first 20 seconds. the vocals are pretty good too, they match the tone of the guitar. i enjoyed the lyrics aswell, it is alot better then the majority of acoustic/vocal songs i see on here to be honest. id add some other instruments like strings, maybe some piano and a badass harmonica solo. other then that, really good man.

c4c my song? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1588042



I believe that's the result of the compressor or limiter, I don't really know what I'm doing on the boards so I just play it by ear, if it sounds decent, I keep it. I wish I had thought to do the harmonica solo, we totally had one laying around in the correct key and everything. We're working on getting a drummer and bass player, the singer also plays a little bit of keys but the part he wrote didn't really end up working so we cut it. I'm pretty excited about having a vocalist I have to do so little post production on.