#1
Hey guys how ya been? A while ago I posted my soundcloud page with just my vocals and guitar work. Well now with the addition of a firestudio project we recorded during jam practice which I later overlayed with my vocals.
We are renovating a room right now which will be our studio where we will actually take a little more time with things, so production value on these might be spotty, but any tips on what I can do with mixing will be readily accepted.
And not to toot my own horn, but A.C.I.D might be our best song in the collection.
Thanks for stoppin by

soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/miles-mitten/sets/a-curiosity-in-delusions

A.C.I.D: https://soundcloud.com/miles-mitten/acid?in=miles-mitten/sets/a-curiosity-in-delusions
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Gear
PRS SE 245
Schecter Solo Special
B-52 AT-100
Orange CR60
Fulltone GT-500
Morley Bad Horsie 2
Banshee Talkbox
#2
Dude try recording the instruments one by one, use an interface and record stuff DI, with a metronome.

I don't really know what was the intention with the sound in this song, but to me the vocals feel out of tune, there are timing issues with the guitar, some riffs I'd say were good others not so much.

Try singing with a firmer voice or take singing lessons, also the vocals stick out too much in the mix.

Like I hear some good ideas in there but you should get everyone to practice their stuff and just record the whole thing properly.

Here, check out my track:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1698801
#3
Thanks for the crit, and when I record things at home I always do them to a click(now that is), but my drummer seems insistent on wanting to do things live.

He doesn't have a chance to practice much besides our 1 jam sessions every weekend and doesn't think he'd be able to reproduce live if he recorded in segments, which tbh I'm not sure I fully understand. I get that he can't memorize the songs perfectly if he can't practice whenever he wants but I don't get how he cant play the same thing he recorded, but I guess thats why I play guitar lol

And I know I have a lot of timing issues on my part too, having never really played with anyone other than this guy
Question Everything
Gear
PRS SE 245
Schecter Solo Special
B-52 AT-100
Orange CR60
Fulltone GT-500
Morley Bad Horsie 2
Banshee Talkbox
#4
I think there are some very good ideas here. I can hear a Tool influence. The riff at 5:07 may be a bit too much Tool! I think the main "force feed" hook could be amazing with some work. As has been pointed out there are timing issues, particularly when the distorted guitar comes in. The vocals have potential but need work and need to go way down in the mix. My recommendation would be to practice the song to death and then go back to recording in the future. Great ideas and I look forward to hearing a more polished version.

C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1699686