#1
Hey everyone, this is the third song by my band that i've uploaded to UG, so far the majority (no pun intended) of the feedback we've recieved has been really interesting and quite usefull, so please could you check out this song, The Nameless and The Faceless : http://artists.ultimate-guitar.com/majority-vote/

Its one of the first songs we wrote together as a band and its one of our favourites to play live, though this is again quite an amateur reccording (done in our friend's attic again lol), and im sure you'll notice some of the issues with the sound levels ect. (particulary in the chorus) but please let us know what you think. Oh and if anyone wants someone to listen to their music, leave a link in your comment and i promise i'll check it out asap
#2
Thanks for the comment and sorry for the delay...

Okay so...

At first the low-fi bothered me (I am a production snob), but then I realized something...the low-fi works so well with this garage punk sound. This track is definitely rocking. While the vocals may be a bit pitchy the vocalist fits the song very well. Song has a nice 90s feel. I will say the weakest part of the song is the slower part at the beginning the vocalist struggles a little but of the rest of the song is great. One last note I really like the chorus a lot.



And to answer your questoin our bandpage is: https://www.facebook.com/Satellite3
#3
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Intro guitar sounds very good. Distorted guitar tone is a bit over the top (with double-tracking, you can use less distorting on the guitar). This is the tightest I've heard the instrumental with your group. Singer is occasionally pitchy (some pitch correction would probably help: I like Melodyne better than my Antares AVP-1 for that). The song itself is quite good. I know you recently reviewed a song or 2 of mine recently. Perhaps you could review this song:

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=224436&songID=8396337

and put the review at this link:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1499189
Last edited by aaron aardvark at Dec 10, 2011,
#4
Quote by FireHawk
Thanks for the comment and sorry for the delay...

Okay so...

At first the low-fi bothered me (I am a production snob), but then I realized something...the low-fi works so well with this garage punk sound. This track is definitely rocking. While the vocals may be a bit pitchy the vocalist fits the song very well. Song has a nice 90s feel. I will say the weakest part of the song is the slower part at the beginning the vocalist struggles a little but of the rest of the song is great. One last note I really like the chorus a lot.



And to answer your questoin our bandpage is: https://www.facebook.com/Satellite3



hey i liked you on facebook but unfourtunatley the player on your page wouldnt work, do you have it on any other web pages where i could listen to your stuff?
#5
Overall I don't think the only complaints I have come from the actually music itself but more the production. I'll be completely honest with you, the mix is absolutely bad. Vox need to come up quite a bit [the melody of which is actually really key to the song I feel]. The guitar fuzz is just a little too loud in the mix and too muddy. I'm sure it sounds super awesome live. Vocalist is definitely good, it almost seems like on the intro that she sounded nervous and therefore reserved a bit and wavered. Catchy melody though. 4/5

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1503490
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