#1
Sorry about the recording quality and erm.. well just the general quality of it overall lol.

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Last edited by bluemoon05 at Mar 24, 2007,
#3
the quality isnt good but the playing was good and vocals also
just need to be higher..
good job though
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#4
First, thanks for the kind crit on our pearl jam cover. Now on to yours.....

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Something very strange is going on......Your recording quality is not very good at all but that all depends on the equipment you have. If you are just recording on a computer mic...this is as good as it is going to get. Your guitar playing has good rhythm but not very creative. You know, it sounds like it is all down strums....you should try to vary it up a little. I am impressed you can play and sing at the same time. I like the vocals but they were way to quiet...yet another problem with your recording method, if you sing and play at the same time as recording, you can't adjust the volumes to bring the vocals more to the front if you know what I mean. Since this is your only song on your dmusic, I am assuming you are fairly new at this. I give you props because it takes some stones to even put your music out there for people to listen to. So overall, it was a good song but here are my recommendations...( I am not an expert by any means, but I have read a few books about this.)

1. Save a little money and get a computer interface to record onto the computer. Toneport and Lexicon are 2 brands that come to mind that are afordable even on a small budget, and I think both come with recording software that you should use.

2. Work on your strumming patterns. I don't know how long you have been playing, but you will get much better with time.

3. NEVER STOP playing and singing and trying to learn more. Lots of books to read out there. I have Home recording for Dummies......great book.

Once you get better gear, this will sound way better, then re-post it so we can hear the improvements. Sorry for the long post, I am just trying to be as helpful and encouraging as I can. Rock on dude.
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#5
I liked it, just practice the strumming a little more to have the chord changes a bit smoother. Quite good overall.
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#6
Thanks for all the constructive cirticsm, I've only been playing 6 months but still thought I'd post it, I'll happily crit anything you've got.
#7
I'd work first on just improving one part of the performance, most probably trying to get a regular strumming pattern that isn't nearly always just on the beat.
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