#1
hello again guys!

i just wanted to put a quick post up asking for crit/comments on my bands new song "falsities" on our myspace.

LISTEN HERE!!!!

it was all recorded and mixed in my home set up(we did the drums in a friends studio dry room), so obviously i wasnt aiming to get near a pro production, but any advice or thoughts would be greatly appreciated on both the song itself and the recording!

cheers, Sheepy
#2
ps. i just fixed the media player, i noticed it wasnt showing up the songs, should work fine now!

cheers
#3
sounds pretty cool. some things here you don't hear every day, kinda refreshing. not my kinda thing, but its pretty cool none-the-less. good recording too.
#4
this sounds cool, it has a really epic sound to it
the sound and production sounds pretty good
awesome riffing around 40 seconds - the guitar playing is top notch - that high keyboard line is a little cheesy though, still there's something I like about it. it reminds me of carouselambra a bit
the vocals are really high quality also.
overall i really like this song - it has great energy and sound, the musicianship is all around really good, and its a really cool song.

check out mine? http://ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=614545
#5
thanks a lot for the replies so far! i like your piece! reminded me a little of duran duran! good synth riffing if a little wierd!


any more crit/comments/questions?
#6
Nice sound quality...The riffs and everything sound cool...not sure about some of the keyboard parts though...maybe a different keyboard/syth sound would make the keyboards blend better and not stick out so much.

Overall nice job though...as for the song as a whole production it sounded great...the singing was pretty good as well.
#8
Yeah very good, I am just listening on laptop speakers, when i get a chance to listen this on another system I will let you know more.. But I really like this!
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