#2
Spacey. I like your vocals and the reverb/echo on them, I noticed a pop near the start though. Do I hear 2 guitars playing the same thing, the rhythm sounds cluttered and messy. Your lead guitar and interlude parts are very nice though, great harmonics. You seem to lose time around 1:40, things sound like they fall apart unless thats to fit your lyrics before "pop an oxy".

Great sound though, really floaty. Early Tame Impala must be an influence, you sing in similar way.

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#3
wolf,
I love delay, though I think you have too much on the guitar sometimes (more towards the beginning); otherwise I like the guitar sound. Guitar playing could be tighter, I think playing with a metronome or drum beat could keep your timing better (you could mute those later after recording the guitar if you wish). Some of the vocals sound good, some sound a bit random & pitchy. I suggest getting a pop guard, or don't sing straight into the mic, especially during plosive consonants like "p" and "b" (you're popping the mic hard at times). I like most of the guitar melodies. Please review my music at this link:

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#4
I really like the tones and vibe of this song. The guitar was quite boomy and mid-heavy which is not usually sought after in a recording since it mixes up with the vocals, but it gave it a powerful sound with the vocals making up most of the treble and upper-mid frequencies. My only recommendation that wasn't mentioned before is to put the delay on the guitar to an automation envelope (if you add the delay later on in your DAW) so that you can turn if off during the backing guitar sections of the vocals to prevent them from sounding cluttered/offbeat. Or if you record with a click track you could try syncing the delay to the tempo.
#6
I really like the way the vocal melodies weave through the chords, very well done
Like Sweetener I noticed a pop in the vocals near the start too, maybe step back from the microphone a little? Doesn't affect the composition as a whole though
I really like the vibe, it reminds me of Tame Impala too, as well as a bit of Floyd
I definently see the influence of Kevin Parker's vocal delivery
The delay and reverb on the guitars was perfect I didn't think it was overdone at all.
Great work man keep it up

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#7
Hey there. The song is very nice. The delay on the guitar can be a bit too much at times, but I can definitely see where you're getting at. Your falsetto/head voice needs a lot more work. It sounds just like mine at the moment in the lower register which isn't good. But you've got pitch pretty fairly in place, you just need to keep practicing to remove a bit of that breathiness.

All in all, you've done some nice work. The end is especially noise. Keep playing! And check out our song as well: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1631043
#8
I like your vocals, they sound nice and dreamy, indeed like Tame Impala or Pink Floyd. The effects on the guitar are nice, but I would've liked it more if the guitar sounded a bit fuller. Maybe turn this song into something with more instruments? I don't know. Nice song though.

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#9
This is pretty cool man. A lot different feels and melodies within a sub-3 minute time frame, thats always good. The main jazzy swing guitar chords are good. I think going back to the intro is a bad idea...Id say go straight into the major sevenths.. sweet harmonics there btw. I would rather you did that and then spent more time dragging out another part, maybe layering some vocals or guitar in a drawn out build up part in the end. Overall, the effects sound good, the structure and melodies are interesting, and the acoustic guitar sounds nice (albeit a bit tinny for my tastes). Vocals are solid too but could probably be tightened.

Just keep doing recordings and you'll work all the small details out and start to hit your style the way you want to. c4c? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1631726
#10
I kept getting a Radiohead feel through the whole thing, but not that it sounded like them, so don't get me wrong. It's definitely your own thing, and it's nice and haunting which I really like for acoustic stuff.

The popping vocals were distracting though and took away from the performance. I wish the guitars had been a little..."closer", to me. But maybe you meant it that way. I don't know, I certainly fight with acoustics and they never sound like how I want them to.

You have a nice thing going. But it does need more, in my opinion, as a listener.

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#11
As I listen:

The guitar sounds very cool, but I think it could benefit from being panned out a bit. I absolutely love your voice - it reminds me a lot of Steven Wilson. There are several spots where I hear pops, though, and that's not good. It doesn't detract from how much I'm liking this song, though. The use of harmonics is very tasteful. I know I already said it, but again, I can't get over how much I love your voice! Haha. You have tremendous talent there, mate.

I'd really, really love to hear a more polished version of this. Get rid of the popping and pan the guitars a little bit to let the mix breathe and this will be an exquisitely beautiful song. Great stuff!

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