#1
Hi. I'm writing and producing an album and it's called "Frozen Light". It's a mellow solo guitar album. This is the first track off it. Tell me your honest opinions. I C4C Always

Produced with Ableton Live 9

https://soundcloud.com/adam-rodriguez-10/plateau-1
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Last edited by BoneBroke at Sep 3, 2013,
#2
I heard absolute zero changes of any kind. Sounded like the droning of a snoring Hippo. Instead of putting it on an album, put it back on the drawing board.
#5
Significant amount of amp buzz in the main clean track, very raw but still good. Great playing/composition! I like the build up towards the end, very fitting for an intro track. I recommend trying to figure out how to remove the buzz if you intend on recording beyond a demo. My method is I don't use amps, instead I use an Axe FX, but I previously used POD Farm quite extensively. I do recommend giving that a shot if you can't figure out how to get rid of the buzz. The guitar track itself could use a bit of EQing to tighten it up a bit as it's very low-mid/bass focussed. Other than that I like where it's going!
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#6
Thank you all for the feedback!! I appreciate it so much! I will take all the advice to heart and work on the buzz and the tone. These are problems i was aware of but couldn't fix very well. And to SomeBlueKind, the reason for having the style was because it's an intro track. I think it serves it's purpose with that style.
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