#1
Hey - decided to do a vocal cover of Master of Puppets to serve as an audition for a band, an older version of this was originally posted on Original Recordings by mistake, but I've since redone it and tweaked the shit out of it, so let me know what you think!

If you'd like me to crit something of yours, leave a link in your reply!

Thanks in advance!

Any feedback would be appreciated

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13321068/Master%20Of%20Puppets.mp3
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#3
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Seems way off, You're too flat, and seems kinda monotone ish..

C4C?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1445412


Yeah - I really dont like having to sing over someone else - I end up trying too hard to match his voice exactly, and it throws me off. I'll have to do a cover from scratch one of these days.
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This newly posted mp3

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Gear:

  • ESP LTD EC-1000 Black Cherry
  • Hartke LH500 Full Stack
  • Line 6 Pod HD Pro
#4
yeah its too chaotic to listen to with the original vocals already there. On the one hand you can hear where youre off because it clashes but on the other you cant get a true assessment because where you might be weaker could be filled in by everything else behind it, masking what you have going on. Especially for audition purposes, it seems like it would be the best to only be hearing your voice. It also then makes it easier to do things that make more sense for you since you might not be able to match the original in a given area but can do your own thing that works equally well. If you have the original singing its going to clash anytime you venture away from whats already there. Just things to consider for future recordings

c4c?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1443545