#1
Feelin' down so I made a song.

in my profile titled "alone".
Quote by Gabel
You are EXTREMELY WRONG! I have played it. I own an 18W and it would be an awful stereo amp, it's way too bright, breaks up too easily and so on. Secondly, why would a guitar store sell an hifi amp.
#2
pretty sweet. I actually like it alot. c4c
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Gibson SG Standard
Gibson SG Special /w EMGs
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#3
Quote by Eidos
pretty sweet. I actually like it alot. c4c

Thank you for your kind words. What would you like me to crit? Just let me know and il go give it a listen
Quote by Gabel
You are EXTREMELY WRONG! I have played it. I own an 18W and it would be an awful stereo amp, it's way too bright, breaks up too easily and so on. Secondly, why would a guitar store sell an hifi amp.
#5
Ok, I took a listen.

I'm not sure of your intentions with the song, but it came across very ambient. I could barley hear the vocals at all and just kinda drifted with the guitars. As an ambient piece, it's rather good, reminiscent of "Rosemary" by the Grateful Dead.

If your intentions were more along the lines of a song where people could hear and understand the lyrics, I think you need to re-record and raise the vocal levels up considerably.

C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1013570
    Last edited by sugapablo at Dec 4, 2008,
    #6
    Quote by sugapablo
    Ok, I took a listen.

    I'm not sure of your intentions with the song, but it came across very ambient. I could barley hear the vocals at all and just kinda drifted with the guitars. As an ambient piece, it's rather good, reminiscent of "Rosemary" by the Grateful Dead.

    If your intentions were more along the lines of a song where people could hear and understand the lyrics, I think you need to re-record and raise the vocal levels up considerably.

    C4C?
    https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1013570

    You are correct sir. I was going for a more ambient/gregorian chant/relaxing feel for the vocals. The words were just an excuse to sing a melody in this piece. Thank you for the input. I will check out your link now, sorry for the two day wait
    Quote by Gabel
    You are EXTREMELY WRONG! I have played it. I own an 18W and it would be an awful stereo amp, it's way too bright, breaks up too easily and so on. Secondly, why would a guitar store sell an hifi amp.
    #8
    Quote by chrisatgrace
    i like the intro. the harmonica sounds a bit tinny., also the guitar could use a bit of cleaning up. i really like the riffs and the melodic ideas behind this, but i feel like the recording could use alot of work. overall this was really good.

    crit mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=17498780#post17498780

    Thank you for the input. To be honest, all of the tracks were the first take, I realize it could be better, but I thought it did what it needed to do so I stayed with it. But i agree with you, and the sound levels could be messed with more. Thank you for your kind words, I will go check yours out right now
    Quote by Gabel
    You are EXTREMELY WRONG! I have played it. I own an 18W and it would be an awful stereo amp, it's way too bright, breaks up too easily and so on. Secondly, why would a guitar store sell an hifi amp.
    #10
    Quote by wbuisman
    I'm no lover of those dramatic songs, but ye did a good job. I thought I heard some vocals once? :p

    https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1015731 crit me!

    Pino.

    il go check your out
    Quote by Gabel
    You are EXTREMELY WRONG! I have played it. I own an 18W and it would be an awful stereo amp, it's way too bright, breaks up too easily and so on. Secondly, why would a guitar store sell an hifi amp.