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Here's a new tune I wrote

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Skold  
13 Apr 2008 21:59 | Quote
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I call it "Never gonna get old". It's from my third album, "Who are you, stranger?".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8NF9yBiJqo

les_paul  
13 Apr 2008 22:10 | Quote
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Sounds good I like the guitar, little hard to hear the singing but that might have been my speakers.
Skold  
13 Apr 2008 22:54 | Quote
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Nah, it's most likely my bad mixing skills.
soy.el.che  
20 Apr 2008 02:32 | Quote
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no soloo????lol.. aint bad
Skold  
21 Apr 2008 19:20 | Quote
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Didn't feel the need for one.
Crunch  
25 Apr 2008 22:57 | Quote
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Definitely sounds Oasis/Britpop influenced, which it seems you want it to be. So good job on that.
Skold  
27 Apr 2008 04:19 | Quote
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@CRUNCH

Thanks man, means a lot to me.
Ibanez  
21 Jun 2008 16:30 | Quote
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It's pretty good. The ONLY thing I don't really like that much is the fact that it uses: G, C, D, C
Sounds like it does anyways.

I try to stay away from those chords.
Empirism  
25 Jun 2008 15:42 | Quote
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With neat mixing and mastering it would be great.
Ill think guitar is mixed very well for this kind of song, but vocal track need little edge on it.

Im not sure but try equalize it maybe to be more brighter. Your singing is not bad so let it take bigger part. I also liked dynamic voice. Nicely done.
Skold  
25 Jun 2008 15:58 | Quote
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Thanks, man.

With the old recordings like this, I was using a PC mic to record vocals and such, so they kinda sound bland. Not very bright.

But, I'm using actual recording gear now, and my mixing (and singing) is getting better.
Empirism  
25 Jun 2008 16:04 | Quote
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ah, that explains some, darn good vocals by using that xD...

But hey, do it again cuz song is really worth of it. Im struggled and scratched my hair off when mixing my vocals so many times that cant count. But ive come to result that doubling vocal tracks and equalizing them both a different way add darn cool effect. and ofc compressor is your friend :P
Skold  
25 Jun 2008 20:05 | Quote
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Kinda like what John Lennon did with I Am The Walrus?
Veqq  
25 Jun 2008 23:45 | Quote
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I liked it, I also commented on the vid.. :P

But, a solo always improves a song... And mind that, a solo can be vocal solo, drums, bass, guitar... anything. Hell you could just play the main riff/chords un-occupied once where it's not expected. But it always improves it, unless the solo sucks...
Skold  
26 Jun 2008 00:20 | Quote
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Haha, thanks.

I could write a solo for it, I'm just too lazy to do so. Maybe I'll borrow one.
Empirism  
26 Jun 2008 01:29 | Quote
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No need to write ^^, Improvisation ftw ;D
Skold  
26 Jun 2008 01:35 | Quote
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Haha, that's true. Most of my good solos just came from improv.


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