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Here's my newest song...

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Skold  
11 Jul 2008 02:47 | Quote
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http://media.putfile.com/The-American-Brits---Where-Did-It-All-Go-Wrong

It's not finished, but here's what I have so far.


myspace.com/americanbrits
Empirism  
11 Jul 2008 04:09 | Quote
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Sounded like Sonic Youth :). Ive listened it with my laptop and its speakers, it sounded clear even those, so its a good sign. When i get back to home gotta listen it with better equipments ^^.
Skold  
11 Jul 2008 04:23 | Quote
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Thanks, I think. I've never heard this Sonic Youth.
keniemn  
11 Jul 2008 08:05 | Quote
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sounds pretty cool to me dude
youve comented before about how youre vocals suck i realy dont think so kind of like youre voice and style
foogered  
11 Jul 2008 10:38 | Quote
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That screams Nirvana to me, but I don't know who these Sonic Youth cats are.
Skold  
11 Jul 2008 10:40 | Quote
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@foog

Which also screams this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Zlf_17hecY

Haha, I love plagiarism.
GRX40  
11 Jul 2008 11:55 | Quote
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I like it, it's very psychedelic. It kind of reminds me of something by the Zombies, or 60s band.

I think the vocals suit it better than your other songs as well. (Not to rag on your other songs though!)
Empirism  
11 Jul 2008 12:03 | Quote
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=PdP6UuNNHqA

heres one song of those Sonic Youths, it was quite an underground stuff :P.
Skold  
11 Jul 2008 12:07 | Quote
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@GRX

It's ok, mate. I agree. I think my vocal style is suited for grunge more than it is brit-pop or rock.

@EMP

Yeah, I can hear the similarity between our two songs.
Empirism  
11 Jul 2008 13:08 | Quote
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It only reminded me of Sonic Youth by sound and style, but not actually song itself. Listened it now with home equipment and must say that sound really good, you mixed it neatly, but have u mastered it? if you using PC u might try T-racks. It could give even more edge to that piece
Skold  
11 Jul 2008 13:25 | Quote
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T-racks?
Empirism  
11 Jul 2008 13:34 | Quote
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yeah,

http://www.t-racks.com/Main.html?prod_TR_24
jcb3000  
11 Jul 2008 14:01 | Quote
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wow thats a really cool program might have to show my band and see what they think, could prove useful
Empirism  
11 Jul 2008 14:07 | Quote
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with quality of your band recordings Im sure it will add "professional touch" on your master tracks and its easy to use, it have many presets already that are amazing that you can tweak for your song. Ive read few books of mastering, but was like O_O with all those effect tweaks and such, this proggy do it all on same packet.
jcb3000  
11 Jul 2008 14:21 | Quote
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lol well we can probably dig into the band fund and try it out! ill ask the producer about it aswell as we have a few studio days coming up as we won them from a battle of the bands recently, oh btw to put back on topic as we've kinda drifted i really like what you have with the song so far, hope to hear the finished version soon :)
foogered  
11 Jul 2008 14:40 | Quote
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What does it mean to master a track, Empirism?
Skold  
12 Jul 2008 00:51 | Quote
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http://media.putfile.com/The-American-Brits---Where-Did-It-All-Go-Wrong-v2

New version, fellers.

I need to re-record the solo, but here's what I have right now.


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