#3
I like it a lot! I would suggest you experiment with the EQ on the guitar, since it's just an acoustic guitar you might as well up the lows a bit and add some magical reverb on it, but that's just my two cents.
Would love it if you could check out my song too! Link
Last edited by Painkiller94 at Nov 4, 2014,
#4
Cheers guys. I'll definitely have a play around with the production.

Got a few questions specifically about this recording though...

- Does it work as an instrumental piece/should it have vocals?
- What genre does this fall into?
- Regarding the mix, does that sound decent for a demo? I can't really decide if it sounds good or not being just one guitar track. I wanted to start recording an acoustic EP with vocals (not necessarily in this style) so I'm wondering if I should invest in a mic.
#5
Seb1uk,
I would improve the timing on the guitar playing first (where it needs it), fix the beat noise second, and add some good vocals third. It works as an instrumental, but I think it would be better with good vocals. Just my opinion. If you can sing, buy a mic! I don't know about the UK, but in Los Angeles, at least 95% of rock music on the radio has vocals. Unless you just want to do background music.