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sionwm at cinnamondesign.co.uk
Tue Mar 15 06:16:27 EST 2005
Nice song Mike.
I'd echo what Carl said - I think you can dispose of your vocalist -
your voice is in fact great! You remind me a bit of Michael Stipe. Its
particularly good when the harmonies come in. Seriously, you should be
singing as well as playing.
I banged this on my mp3 player this evening, set to 'repeat' and had it
on a loop for ages and can't really find any fault. Its the best
example yet of a believable 'real drummer' sound - that technique of
slight speedup works really well. I'll be looking again at the nskit -
it has a great 'clean studio sound. Any chance you could send the drum
db over for me to look at for tips?
> My singer didn't show up so I gave it a go myself. I don't know if
> I'll be doing much more of this kind of singing. I'm going through the
> "I hate my voice" thing.
> The drums are all Doggiebox using nskit v.7. I really like the polish
> and natural feel of this kit. I need to tone the toms down a little
> bit, but one thing at a time. This is an example of "pushing the
> tempo" during the chorus to make the thing feel a little more human.
> I had posted this before, but at the time it had no vocals and was
> fairly bare bones. This is an all new version using my new gear (MXL
> 990 mic, M-Audio monitors, Tascam US-122 interface, Fender Pro
> Junior... the list goes on.
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