KelbeyW
Registered User
Join date: Feb 2012
179 IQ
#2
Very nice, you got a good voice! Although, in my opinion, it's a shame to hear the metal clinging when you strum. It's not that bad and we can live with it, but you can try something that alot of people do: Record the guitar separate, record the the vocals separate, and then just use that audio on the video, if you do it well, they will be in-sync and you accually have the same cover with better sound

But like I said, it's not a problem, it's just an idea to make it better because, well I don't see any others flaws, it's a very good cover +1 like and I subscribed, I enjoy your covers
Krabben
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2006
263 IQ
#8
Well done. I had not heard the original before, but you pulled it of nicely. However as KelbeyW mentioned, the guitar takes a lot away from your voice. You can record the parts separately, or if thats not an option try to place the microphone at a level just above your head. Sounded very nice towards the end when the vocals were a bit more powerful. Good job!

C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1594132
SGstriker
UG Addict
Join date: Aug 2006
3,556 IQ
#11
Very nice! I'm not familiar with the song, but you sound great! As some others have said, the guitar kinda overpowers you in the first half. But once the full-band kicks in, mix sounds good. Great job, man!