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I present you a new song. Jasmine scent. Spanish Pop Rock

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Hello friends, I present you a new song, Aroma de Jazmín, (jasmine scent) is called, I hope you like it.

the lyrics are from a friend of mine, and the music is composed between the two of us. The recording of the instruments and voices are mine, made with Cakewalk by Bandlab

 

 

https://www.bandlab.com/niosebez2/niosebez-aroma-de-jazminmp3-d25e0c94?revId=ba4dd884-b366-eb11-9889-0050f28a2802

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19 minutes ago, David Sprouse said:

Amo las guitarras. ¿Estabas cantando? Qué linda voz.

Thank you David. Yes I sing, and I also do the backing vocals.

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6 hours ago, Bajan Blue said:

Muy bien hecho, las guitarras y las voces son excelentes.

Gran trabajo

Nigel

 

Thank you Nigel :)

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On 7/5/2021 at 7:04 PM, Nio Sebez said:

Hello friends, I present you a new song. Jasmine scent is called, I hope you like it.

the lyrics are from a friend of mine, and the music is composed between the two of us. The recording of the instruments and voices are mine, made with Cakewalk by Bandlab

 

 

https://www.bandlab.com/niosebez2/niosebez-aroma-de-jazminmp3-d25e0c94?revId=ba4dd884-b366-eb11-9889-0050f28a2802

Hello again. I'm thinking of finishing the end of this song. It's too empty, isn't it?

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Great song! Really like the intricate guitar playing, and the contrast it makes with the relatively sparse verses.

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4 hours ago, antler said:

Great song! Really like the intricate guitar playing, and the contrast it makes with the relatively sparse verses.

Thanks for the comment. What about the end?

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 Nio , personally I Loved the ending. For me it was Perfect. Fantastic lead guitar playing. I think the left guitar in the beginning of the song got a little loud , it was swelling up too much in spots. Your Great vocals could also be brought up in the beginning. When the song got heavier , about 1:20  the mix was Very nice. I loved the Spanish feel in the strong intro section and the really quick flamenco part.  This was wonderful to listen to , not even knowing what you were singing about.   Very impressed ..   mark

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1 hour ago, Nio Sebez said:

What about the end?

I didn't actually notice anything wrong with it - it felt quite natural that as the tempo slowed down a bit, that the instruments thinned out a little also to indicate a winding down of the song. It is different from the pace of the rest of the song, but not in a bad way.

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17 hours ago, mark skinner said:

 Nio , personally I Loved the ending. For me it was Perfect. Fantastic lead guitar playing. I think the left guitar in the beginning of the song got a little loud , it was swelling up too much in spots. Your Great vocals could also be brought up in the beginning. When the song got heavier , about 1:20  the mix was Very nice. I loved the Spanish feel in the strong intro section and the really quick flamenco part.  This was wonderful to listen to , not even knowing what you were singing about.   Very impressed ..   mark

Thanks Mark for your words. I have to confess that the short solo (chopped), of flamenco guitar, not mine, is a sample, the rest is, of course.

As for the guitar, at that time my guitar had a mass noise that annoyed me a lot, it still has it, although less loud.

The problem that I see in the end is that it gives me the feeling that something is missing, some more instrument, perhaps an organ or another guitar.
But hey, I did this song several years ago and I don't think I'm going to play it anymore. 🙂

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17 hours ago, antler said:

I didn't actually notice anything wrong with it - it felt quite natural that as the tempo slowed down a bit, that the instruments thinned out a little also to indicate a winding down of the song. It is different from the pace of the rest of the song, but not in a bad way.

Thank you my friend, I appreciate your words.
It is true that in the end I lowered the tempo 🙂

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That was pretty great and reminded me of Rush, the cool rhythms and parts, but that's probably just my problem.  :)

You have a great voice and those vocal blends with bgv sound very legit and pro. Well done!

The guitar work is fabulous and powerful for sure, but I got a little set back from the tone, which could do with maybe a bit more high end? The bite got muffled a bit, for me.

very very good, thanks for posting!

 

cheers,

-Tom

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25 minutes ago, PhonoBrainer said:

That was pretty great and reminded me of Rush, the cool rhythms and parts, but that's probably just my problem.  :)

You have a great voice and those vocal blends with bgv sound very legit and pro. Well done!

The guitar work is fabulous and powerful for sure, but I got a little set back from the tone, which could do with maybe a bit more high end? The bite got muffled a bit, for me.

very very good, thanks for posting!

 

cheers,

-Tom

Thank you for your kind words, it is very comforting to hear them, although I did not want them to create too much vanity 🙂

There is something that I do not understand, my mother tongue is Spanish and I am not fluent in English.
It's this: "I got a little set back from the tone, which could do with maybe a bit more high end? The bite got muffled a bit, for me."

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No problem, and thanks!

The guitar playing is great, but I thought the tone could use more upper eq "air" . . . like it was recorded with a blanket over the amp or something. Could be the choice of microphone?

That's perhaps a hard comment to translate! I don't want you to think I didn't like it, I did!

 

 

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14 minutes ago, PhonoBrainer said:

No problem, and thanks!

The guitar playing is great, but I thought the tone could use more upper eq "air" . . . like it was recorded with a blanket over the amp or something. Could be the choice of microphone?

That's perhaps a hard comment to translate! I don't want you to think I didn't like it, I did!

 

 

I recorded the guitar solo without an amp, I plugged the guitar directly into an old beheringer multi-effects, and from there to the audio card and cakewalk. The truth is that I'm not totally convinced of the solo's sound, but hey, I think I'll just leave it as it is.

Thanks again for your comments, they always enrich

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