#2
Why is this panned so far to the left? If you can help it you should really not do that LOL if anything pan the guitar and vox a little to each opposing channel. I dont hear any fuzziness; actually your voice is really clear. You're a pretty good singer, you sound like a more mature Connor Oberst. The progression is pretty standard but you did something interesting with the rhythm so it ends up sounding pretty unique. If I could suggest anything composition wise it would be to sing some harmonies in the background, some higher ones would be pretty awesome.

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#4
That was really good, man. I'd try to get a friend to master it a little better. Centre pan it, add a touch more bass frequencies in the acoustic and a little more mids to the vocals.

Vocals are really good, lyrically and melodically. Your voice is really good. It's unique, but not like James Blunt crazy or anything.

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#6
I liked it. The chorus was great. The verses got a little repetitive after awhile, but still engaging. I really like your voice.

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#7
Definitely a good track, you have a very nice voice that goes great with the this style. The guitar playing was ace and I loved the dynamic contrast you had. You really dug in at some parts, but you knew when to back off. The guitar tone did seem a little thin, but that was probably more of a recording issue. Keep it up man! c4c? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1235553