#1
I saw her beauty from a distant land
Wondering what it takes to make her my own
I caught her name and it was all over
From there on in, my fate was done

She said run
Before I break u down
Turn away and never return
Run before I let u down
Forget about me, and my name

I didn?t listen 2 a word that she said
I watched her mouth as the words came out
But I was blinded by my loneliness
So I didn?t hear when she said

She said run
Before I break u down
Turn away and never return
Run before I let u down
Forget about me, and my name

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#3
That is pretty cool. I like how it structured around a bass and treble string type of finger picking. I favor that style for a lot of stuff myself. Not sure if it has a specific name? The vocals are cool too btw.
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#4
Loved it dude. You write good music. And if that's you singing you do it well.
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#5
Thx for the compliments guys.

From memory the fingerpicking style is travis fingerpicking or something along those lines? And yeh i was trying to give it a dust in the wind/coldplay feel...the problem was recording the vocal layers on my laptop which can lag sometimes :|

Cheers again.
#6
It's bin a while since i posted this song - almost a year to be exact. However, i managed to get a better recording down with my mate adding another acoustic layer.

The link is http://www.myspace.com/quasimusic and your more than welcome to have a look at our other songs.

Any comments welcome
-Martz.
#7
great song! just wondering, when you record, where do you place your mic? I love that bassy sound you have.
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#8
Its one of them headphone mic's, the ones people use to talk and play online games and so on - basically a $40(AU) pair from a games shop. So i strap it to my knee and face the mic up so its just a few cm's from the guitar strings for the guitar bits then record the vocal layers separately.

Thanks for the comment!
#9
Ok listening now..

mmm nice and warm acoustic tone there. Vocals are great. Harmonies are spot on, recording is clean. Are you playing on a classical? Props to you. I really do like the melody you have here.

Can you crit mine please?? It's also acoustic.. in my sig.

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#10
Yeh i only have a classical - i really should look into buying a new Gtar

I really dug your music mate, great voice..the quality is grrreeeat..what did you use to record? Maybe one or two additional vocal layers would add to the songs?..i duno..im a fan of harmonies so i have a biased opinion

-Martz