#1
hey, here's my cover of thursday's "Cross Out The Eyes." In the sections where I couldn't sing as high as geoff I changed it up a little bit. Tell me what you think. And as always, I'll crit your stuff if you leave your link


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#3
It's a great song as it is anyway, and you just made it even better. Bravo, seriously, i love it. Harmonies are really nice, guitar tone is great, ..where's the screaming?! Haha, kidding, but it would've been neat just to hear how you would've done it. Yea, there are a few timing around 2:27 but it's definitely nothing major...i just needed to find something to tell you to improve on or else this wouldn't be a very good critique now would it?
I second BigMike, amazing.

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#4
This is the first Thursday song I ever listened to and I love the way you do it man. Again, the little timing issue, but the originality and vocals more than make up for it.
#5
Ooh, just about my favourite song in the world, and a good one to cover.

Jesus, this is incredible! Your voice is very good, it's just about the best use of double-tracked vocals I've heard on a cover here. What is your recording kit, and have you had singing lessons?
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#6
thanks for all the feedback

Teenbite: I record with a Shure SM57 mic into a m-audio mobile pre preamp. I record with a program called Tracktion. No I haven't had singing lessons, my family is musically inclined though.
If you expect a kick in the balls and get a slap in the face, it's a victory.
-Ardal O'Hanlon

ME \/
http://fwa.dmusic.com
#7
Ooh, you record the vocals with an instrument mic?

I could swear you'd had lessons! You can tell when a note is too high, and you don't counter this by overpowering and straining.
Quote by WlCmToTheJungle
if ur going to play some american idiot stuff heres the settings:

Master Volume : 0
i dunno about the rest