#1
My friend from Uni has an excellent home studio and is recording a few songs with me, I'm going back to the studio in March to spend a full day recording the vocals on the first one called "Nothing Matters Now".

We were concentrating on getting the instruments recorded last time I was there and the vocals on the demo were done in one take just so I had something to listen to and come up with some ideas for harmonies.


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Last edited by Telecaster_AGY at Jun 20, 2016,
#2
so short! thats my first crit! I was really gettin into it and then i saw that it was almost over! I really like it. I wasnt a fan of everything starting all at once. I like a bit of an intro. Other than that I dont really have anything to say its great I loved the sound and i was gettin into it! (which is saying a lot for getting up 20 mins ago)

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#3
Cheers for the comment, the full song is just over 5 mins long and that was just a 1 min clip of a verse and chorus, should have mentioned that at the start.
#4
thanks for the crit btw . u shud post the whole song up on the page. like the guy above i hope there is an intro coz i think it wud sound kick ass with one. mayb a bit of finger pickin to strum, sorta like time of your life?
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