Sevenomens
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Join date: Jan 2013
20 IQ
#2
Aside from the obvious of the production not being amazing, the actual playing is pretty solid. There's a few timing errors at various points in the cover, but very minor ones, could be polished up with a bit more time on the actual recording.

May I suggest that you maybe do two guitar tracks, and pan them left and right, this will give the cover a lot more depth and stereo wideness.
josh stringer
Registered User
Join date: Dec 2009
98 IQ
#3
Thanks for the criticism man appreciate it.
With the guitar tracks, would I just duplicate the track and then pan either one left and right? Then the same with the backing track?
Sevenomens
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Join date: Jan 2013
20 IQ
#4
Quote by josh stringer
Thanks for the criticism man appreciate it.
With the guitar tracks, would I just duplicate the track and then pan either one left and right? Then the same with the backing track?


No, if you duplicated one backing track and then went to pan them, you would find that they would stay mono, not stereo, because of human hearing and acoustics. You would need to record two guitar tracks to pan them left and right. The subtle differences in playing between the two tracks allows your brain to seperate them.