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#21 yyiryyib

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Posted 21 July 2005 - 06:21 AM

u could listen to my songs, im after feedback

http://www.soundclic...ecarr_music.htm

#22 Silver68

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Posted 23 July 2005 - 03:25 PM

Well as we all know soundclick doesnt work for me so i made a myspace thing for me band which consists of two members me and my friend. but i dont have him in on the recordings anyways

My Music

THats it there it loads automaticlly. theres 2 songs there probably not that great and the singing isent the best cuase i suck at singing but hey. best i can do so im not complaining.

But i am taking singing lessons soon


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Posted 23 July 2005 - 03:40 PM

my songs aint too shabby

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Posted 23 July 2005 - 07:29 PM

ok well first of all im going to start out by saying im totally taken aback by the first page. Really I've almost completely ignored my posting duties as of late but you guys are still awesome. Secondly I'm going to make more of an effort now to stay around. Ive got nothing new yet but hopefully theyll come. I've been working on a few new ideas that will work I hope. Other than that... I got nothing um better get posting
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#25 Graeme! Yes, Graeme!

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Posted 31 July 2005 - 09:18 AM

Just been listening to some stipey. Born in the UK.

Obviously the recording quality isn't amazing, but it's a good song. It's fun and quirky. It fits the voice well too, as it doesn't try pushing the vocals, it just lets the melody do the work, if that makes sense. At a couple of moments the banjo parts weren't quite in time, but still, forgiveably so.

In the Sun. I think you're pushing the lower limits of your voice here a bit in the verses. This is a song that definitely deserves working on. I wanted to hear a cello part in it. I liked it.

#26 Silver68

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Posted 31 July 2005 - 01:02 PM

what about me? sad.gif


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#27 Graeme! Yes, Graeme!

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Posted 31 July 2005 - 01:07 PM

I've heard you before, Silver, but I just clicked the link anyway. You've got a decent voice, but you sound so timid! I think it's a bit like me, need to learn to let rip a little more. Quite a simple song that could do with a more complex arrangement. It would work well with strings. The backing vocals work well, but instead of doubling the same melody it would work better if it was a harmony line. I think the song needs something more, because after a while it ends up feeling a bit... the same. I think that's because it's juts voice and guitar, and it needs more. But it's good, and worth working on.



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