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  1. I am trying to learn how to create more variance in different sections of a drum track, and if possible this should also work for other instrument tracks as well. Other than simply splitting, unlinking and editing the notes and volume curves, is it possible to edit the individual drums within AD2 for just one specific section such as the one highlighted in this screenshot without affecting the rest of the track? (and then simply copy pasting that section to each part that it is needed). Thanks for any help.
  2. I installed this track template some time ago, but it makes piano sounds instead of the drums. Changing the output on the midi track to Addictive Drums works, butr removes all the drum names in the step sequencer and replaces them with notes instead. I'd like to find a way to keep the drum names as well. Changing the out port for each In note from Microsoft GS to AD2 works, but I have to do it for each and every note separately, how can I do this for every note and save it to work for every project?
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    Is this an improvement?

    I actually meant with the backing track and overall production, and yes I maybe overdid the reverb.
  4. Current WIP: Initial attempt:
  5. All the songs I've written are a blend of Alicia Keys and Norah Jones, plus a few Ragtime influenced upbeat tracks. I have about 3 albums worth of leading tracks written that are on par with this track, albeit myself still learning and improving both the recording and singing. I'm currently working on another cover of an RnB balad that fits my natural voice a lot better without needing to edit anything as another vocal demo. Well I finished the intro and recording all the vocals for my next cover, I think I'll try adding bass and maybe strings to this track now.
  6. At 1:47 its a deliberate vocal change into my choir voice to add more power to that part. And I tried shortening my name again but the forum will keep on resetting it.
  7. Thanks, I was overthinking of what more I could add to it and completely forgot about the bass guitar. I am normally doing a drum loop, bass and either guitar or piano on all my other songs so far. My voice actually struggles with the verses for this song because it's too thick / classical-ish for quiet sections, but I figured out what I had to do was reduce the mid tones and increase the low and high using Nectar software. My other demo I just posted of Mr. King Dice has my unedited vocals and what suits me a lot better.
  8. I made two songs today, this one and my King Dice cover.
  9. I believe this is my strongest demo so far.
  10. Changed the link to a new better vocal recording. A rather simple break up song, lyrics in the video description.
  11. Including lyrics in the video description.
  12. Please listen to the improved version, I just moved all the backing tracks down by a semitone and redid the vocals. Percussion still needs tidying up and improving.
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