#2
Nicely done man. At the first loop when you got up and moved to change instruments I was caught off guard -- what software are you using to loop your stuff like that?

Your acoustic playing was really nice and smooth, well done.

To be honest the vocals at the end were a bit weak, but everything else made up for it.

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#4
YOU AGAIN. nice job man! creative percussion as always. reverse audio was cool too. no complaints really, although the vocals were kinda meh. keep 'em coming!

also, i live in Middle Tennessee, so that vid made my day.

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#7
Thansk a lot for the crit, I'm working on what you've said

Your cover is awesome! So creative! Loved the effects, the percussion! I'm subriscibed and I guess you've got a die hard fan
#9
That was pretty trippy. You have some cool software and you put it to good use. PS...you remind me of one of the guys from the whitest kids you know.
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#11
Wow, you got a huge sound from that acoustic, what mic were you using?
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That was a really interesting cover, it's great to see people get creative and it actually sounds pretty neat in the end. The vocals sound a bit flat, so try to work on that but it's a lot of great stuff you're putting in there.
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