#2
"Happy Days":
Very heavy accent in the vocals. I love it. The acoustic sounds very thin, but still good. Simple playing, but effective with cool vocal melodies. Some of your vocals were a bit off key. I think the guitar could have a bit more going on rather than just two different phrases. I enjoyed this.

"Thesaurus Song":
First thing I noticed was your acoustic sound is very small. You need a larger acoustic sound to back your voice up. The acoustic sound is tiny compared to your vocals. This is very catchy. I dig it. Nice choice of chords. Vocals are well-sung and pack a punch. Love your energy in the last minute of the song. It's good to see musicians get so into their own music. i don't usually see that.

Overall, both songs have a simple structure, but it works with each. Your acoustic guitar sound doesn't completely backup your vocals, because it sounds too thin/small in comparison; this doesn't mean your songs sound bad, just they could be fleshed out a great deal more than what they already are with a better guitar.

C4C? Either link is cool with me (1st: Acoustic Fingerstyle, 2nd: Acoustic/Indie Pop)
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1631744
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1635370
#4
Quote by Harlot Hero
"Happy Days":
Very heavy accent in the vocals. I love it. The acoustic sounds very thin, but still good. Simple playing, but effective with cool vocal melodies. Some of your vocals were a bit off key. I think the guitar could have a bit more going on rather than just two different phrases. I enjoyed this.

"Thesaurus Song":
First thing I noticed was your acoustic sound is very small. You need a larger acoustic sound to back your voice up. The acoustic sound is tiny compared to your vocals. This is very catchy. I dig it. Nice choice of chords. Vocals are well-sung and pack a punch. Love your energy in the last minute of the song. It's good to see musicians get so into their own music. i don't usually see that.

Overall, both songs have a simple structure, but it works with each. Your acoustic guitar sound doesn't completely backup your vocals, because it sounds too thin/small in comparison; this doesn't mean your songs sound bad, just they could be fleshed out a great deal more than what they already are with a better guitar.

C4C? Either link is cool with me (1st: Acoustic Fingerstyle, 2nd: Acoustic/Indie Pop)
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1631744
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1635370



Hey man, thanks for such an in-depth crit. That's my mini-guitar I picked up one day after a horrid day. I get a kick out of playing it because it's so tiny - feel like I can throw it around haha.


The studio versions of these songs were done with a better guitar, still live mind you. I hope you don't mind, but as you'll see from In Constant, I've added you on Soundcloud (hope that's cool)


If you check both your links I've left crits thanks for listening


Quote by aaron aardvark
rnrs,
"Happy Days": a fun song that is funny (in a good way). Audio quality could be better, but good this particular song is in video form. Vocals are a little pitchy at times, but otherwise good. I like the accent too (I'm an American). Please review my music at this link:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1634598



Hey man, thanks for the crit. Yeah with this accent it's hard to sing in tune - what happens when you listen to too much Dylan haha.

I remember talking to you previously and checking out your stuff which I enjoyed so no problem man, check your thread - left a crit


Remember folks: there's studio versions in the link - compare the two and see what you think