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#1138236 - 03/07/1801:23 PMI am sorry but this is one of the best songs ever
Joined: Dec 2016 Posts: 53steve_folk
Well, I had a listen to this one and the 2 others you put up, and it's difficult to provide a critique.
Sure, they're all rough demo's but I'm finding it hard to break through what is presented.
I find the tunes difficult to follow, both musically and structurally. ( I can't comment on the lyrics as I'm not a lyricist )
As one who warbles vocally like a scolded cat, I think I'm qualified to say, that the vocals are so out of pitch, it's difficult to determine the melody line.
Suggestions ? I'd probably put some time in with a good loop programme, that you can get things formatted and on track. Then pick up a vocalist to do some overlays and take it from there. It may be a simple sound, but it's then clearly audible in regards to what you are trying to express in regards to the song itself.
Keep doin' it, and it will come along in leaps and bounds.
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