#1
Hi,

I have rendered two different versions of a song I wrote, one with quadruple tracking on the vocals and no reverb, and the other with double tracking on the vocals and reverb.

Which one do you think sounds better?

Thanks

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#4
Quote by ePOWsa
Yeah, what he said ^ I like the quad track.


Thanks, anyone else?
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#5
I'd go with the quad track. Vocals kind of remind me of the Ramones.
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#6
Quote by Robbin'TheHood
I'd go with the quad track. Vocals kind of remind me of the Ramones.

Thanks

Anyone who prefers the reverb version?
Adam Black 12 String
Alesis X Guitar
Epiphone DR-200ce
Italia Maranello Standard
Fender American Deluxe Strat

Digitech Whammy
Vox Crybaby
Behringer UD100
Boss RC-2

Roland Cube 15
Marshall DSL-401
Sound City 20 Watt Valve