#2
Technically it's not too bad, your playing is accurate. The tremolo sound you've got going on is way too overloading though - on the original it's panned all the way to one side with far less wobble, in your version I actually became quite disorientated listening to it because there was so much wobble and it was in the middle. (Yes, wobble is obviously a technical term for tremolo. )
#3
Quote by Gu1tar K1d
Technically it's not too bad, your playing is accurate. The tremolo sound you've got going on is way too overloading though - on the original it's panned all the way to one side with far less wobble, in your version I actually became quite disorientated listening to it because there was so much wobble and it was in the middle. (Yes, wobble is obviously a technical term for tremolo. )

Cool - just heard that in the original.
How's this: http://soundcloud.com/edmedmoped/78-stone-wobble-pan-test
#5
Quote by Gu1tar K1d
Noticably better, but I'd say that the trem was still too strong. It weights the piece, if you hold off it a little more when you next record it, it'll sound much better.

Nice - cheers!