#1
Trying to get good tone/sound quality while eliminating clipping. Still working at clean tones obviously.

Let me know what you think of it. sound quality, phrasing, overall playing, originality.

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=602364&content=music

Song is called "Lights".

Any help like too much low end and what not is a big help because i'll go back and fix it when i add strings and such. My headphones will sometimes handle a lot of bass and i won't even hear the clipping.

edit: Added some stuff. removed harmony on solo. Changed a few things.
Last edited by acorbin82 at Jan 4, 2010,
#2
It was alright. If you're going to make it an instrumental it needs a boost in the lead guitar and probably a melody. Also, your distorted electric guitar tone is very...MG sounding. I would suggest fixing that.
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#3
It was ok, but like bry0n said I think it needs more of a melody, and more structure in general.

The tone was fairly dirty, like dirty as in noise dirty, but still sounded ok.

Keep at it.

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Last edited by ~*Tutty*~ at Jan 4, 2010,
#4
I see what both of you are saying. The guitar was recorded late last night so the signal was straight into my digital recorder. it has amp simulators but getting any kind of decent tone out of it is difficult to say the least. Appreciate the feedback.

Tutty i listened to your instrumental. very awesome. Can't critique much of it because it's well, better than anything i could come up with :P. I really think the keys sound great. but really so does the tone of the guitar. not sure which i like better