#2
How are your recording? If perhaps you told me, I'd be able to give you some techniques as to get some better results

Sounds good though. I'd probably try and not slur my words as much though. You have a pretty good voice actually. Just PROJECT it. Be confident.

I'd lower the guitar in the mix a little too. Maybe give it some reverb or something. I'll be able to help you with that then you tell me what you are using though

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#3
THROW YOUR VOICE

THe guitar sounds pretty good and from what I can hear of he vocals, they sound good too, but I cant hear what youre saying.

Dont slurr your words unless you can pull it off where we can understand it. I'd probably try recording with two mics ( It sounds like youre using one for both guitar and vocals) or record a track for each and put them together. Good luck man, it sounds good so far.
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#4
Yeah as for recording try to record on separate tracks to get best quality. The guitar work was pretty good, the little fill/post chorus sounded good but sometimes got out of time. as for the vocals probably above average, but try to articulate the words much more. overall good song.

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#5
I liked it. I can't really hear the voice. It's not very clear and you gotta really make everything more clear. Cuz I can barely understand you. Sounds like it could be a pearl jam song if you played it with a full band. It sounds like the hcorus melody is to fast. Maybe cut out every other time you say "wave it outside"

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