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(@333maxwell)
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Thanks for the original comments..

Well, after tooling around I have cleaned up the original, made it a lot less musically cluttered and I will go in and re-cut the guitar but in the meanitme I'm looking for thoughts on if the mix and if the instrumentation works better..

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Posted : 30/11/2008 11:03 pm
(@smokindog)
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I listened to the first one last night and I have to say that I liked it better. Of course I do like my clutter :roll: I just thought it was more interesting and had more of a live vibe to it. It even reminded me a bit of Dixie land jazz in that it just sounded like every one just joined in to make a joyful noise 8) Sure its got some faults but music is made by humans after all :D

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Posted : 01/12/2008 3:46 am
(@333maxwell)
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Thanks dawg.. appreciate the time..

To be honest there were aspects of the first one I liked beter too..

But I was getting my cajones busted by some elitists and I buckeld from my musical instincts..

I shant let it happen again.. thanks for the affirmation.. :wink:

 
Posted : 01/12/2008 10:24 pm
(@huricane)
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First one was better - far more interesting. The second one sounded like something you hear on Muzak.

 
Posted : 28/12/2008 2:52 am