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(@leear)
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This was recorded in "the Trailer Studio" not the real one. Everything is one take. i broke a lot of rules like, I recorded one night mixed and mastered the next... So this is a 2 day project so the quality is not the greatest. It think my ears were tired.

Anyway asking for comments tips, I can' t wait to get into my real one i need to hurry up and finish it but it's christmas so money goes to gifts now.... Leave me some comments on my guitar playing this is my first ever posting.....

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(@dogbite)
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the instrumentation is good. nice tones, licks, fills etc.
and typical for this site, the vocals are the weak link.
no offense anyone.

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(@leear)
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Thanks I think my playing is ok on this one... I've done better... Love the tone though.... Yea the vocals are weak i'm not going even try and convince people those are good...

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 Cat
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Leave me some comments on my guitar playing this is my first ever posting.....

I had a listen. Dogbite's pretty much on the mark with his insight. I'd like to add something that's I've posted a few times before...AND it's the BEST advice I EVER got!!!

Stand so the drummer can see your PICK HAND. That's precisely where the rhythm is. Co-ordinate his FOOT PEDAL with your pick hand...because good drummers play from the feet/up. Get the bassist to watch BOTH your pick AND the foot pedal staying on these views for the "ride" but have him accent the drummer's accents and changes. DO NOT overdo the rhythm section, either. All's you want is the underlying foundation displaying the urge to move your feet!

If you get the rhythm section COOKING...each new overdub will come off wayyyy better...ESPECIALLY the vocals! At the mic, the singer needs to already be twitchin'. If the rhythm section is dull and ordinary...so will everything else be!

This WILL sort out your vocal problems!

Hope this helps!

Cat

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