jack c., January 10 in Songs
I'm trying to wrap my head around you artistically jack. This is interesting, especially the breakdown section.
Again, hoping you're taking some "artistic" license with the lyrics and not being completely autobiographical.
That aside, I think you've captured the tracks better, I'm not hearing what I call "digititus" (digital overs distortion).
Mix seems "cleaner" overall.
if I may, you're delivering a lot of lyrics here and to my ear it gets in the way of the meter.
Now its your song, your production; sometimes finding a way to convey the message with fewer
syllables goes a long way to make it flow melodically (though if that gets in the way of your story...).
Just my nickel98's worth, so take it with a grain of salt!
I do play Harp so it was nice to hear some Harmonica ...I enjoy the sound and I find it grounds me when I hear it ...
Overall the parts were recorded well ....I guess I'm more used to hearing a live club type of sound on material along these line ...
The Mix seemed a little hot for me .
Other than that ...good job !....
all the best,
what does this mean?
"artistic" license with the lyrics and not being completely autobiographical.
although i do tons of songs about me this is about robin williams movie.
the message with fewer syllables
i agree and this one ah just had more running words.
I do play Harp
its a vst plguin from big fish wav riffs.
thanks for all comments.jack c.
the track seemed to start a little abruptly but apart from that I enjoyed this. the mix did seem very busy and in my view could do with a bit of separation
Nice pop rock song with sixties vibe.
This is a fun song to hear, which is what it's all about. The middle section, with the harmonica, seems a little disjointed or out of place, but that's a matter of taste. As stated above, it's a little narrow stereo-wise, but that's easy to remedy if you care. Keep 'em coming.
which is what it's all about.
it's a song about robin williams movie photo album.
The middle section, with the harmonica, seems a little disjointed or out of place
its a vst plguin from big fish wav riffs,which i tried to make fit.
little narrow stereo-wise
my thinking was to do a song that sounded like it came from 50's.
cool tune jack, I like your style.
Jack you're guitar playing is really good. This is beatles-ish. How did you make this, track by track or all at once?
Track does hit the ground running, as noted it is a tad hot, other than it appears to be a reasonable well captured and presented track @jack c., Thanks for sharing.
How did you make this, track by track or all at once?
each song i do is different.with instruments and vst plugins.but all songs at track by track.i think i started with kick then snare,cymbals(i never do sequencing of drums) then maybe bass, carvin hardware guitar,real guitar les paul which is a vst plugin.
as noted it is a tad hot
please explain more as i have started doing a different way of recording as suggested by people in this forum!
thanks for all who take their time to listen and give comments!
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