#1
This song i first recorded a while back and it was pretty good, but now i rerecorded it and it sounds great. its called "it never works out (redone)" on my profile. i would really like some feed back. thanks in advance

also check out "summer" if you can
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#2
That was really cool. I liked the progression around 1:36 if I remember right.. I'm kinda a no vocals kinda guy, so I can't really crit them.. Sounded good though. Around a minute or so, there was some kinda iffy 'lead' notes in the background played through some distortion (not the rhythm distorted, but the single notes). I like it a lot, especially the acoustic, but I can do without the distorted single notes behind it

About mine, it kinda was a 'jam tape' as you said.. I guess the lead could've been more structured

Thanks man!


lol.. I accidentally posted this in my thread! Sorry it took so long, bro! It was cool listenin' to ya
#3
It Never Works Out (REDONE)
I really liked this one. The way it moved, it had like 4 parts and transitioned will. It seemed like some of the volum levels should be adjusted a bit, especially the electric towards the beginning. liked the lyrics as well

Summer
this song has real potential. i liked it, again the recoding process seemed a bit rough. i know that it isn't done proffesionally but i think that there are manageable ways to improve the quality. something about the drums that weren't right like they kept slowing down a bit making everything else slightly out of time.

For the song itself, as i said, i like it.
Start of with single guitar, then move into drums and melody by electric.

a couple errors or stumbles on acoustic.


Still two great songs


I did 2 of yours, now you crit 2 of mine

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Last edited by Badfish13 at May 25, 2008,
#4
Thanks for the crit!

Starts out cool. Like the acoustic guitar. The voice was cool too.
The quality seems a bit rough. The sound distorts a bit from time to time.
I like the melody in this one. The lead notes sounds cool.
It's cool