Doubles' Dash 7 (DDC07)
Oct 08, 2010 swordofdestiny
Booz will make it alright
Team Cocking Funk
The Rebels was a great little romp. There were a couple of spots where JH's vocals were off pitch by a hair, but overall, JH had a very, very strong vocal showing. Draco's production was great, with the exception that the vocals were held back by the mix just a bit. I would've normalized the vox a bit more. This can be helped a bit by listening to the "final" mix with a different listening apparatus that what you mixed it with. For example, listening to it with consumer speakers as opposed to your mixing headphones/monitors.
Booz will make it alright was interesting. It made me seriously consider grabbing a jack and coke before bed, but as I have rehearsal this coming morn, it'd be a bad idea. The backing track was great. I really liked that backing track. The timing on the backing track was off tempo (a couple spots there was some tempo phasing between the vocals, instrumentation and drums) in a couple of spots, be careful! The one thing that just threw me for a loop, personally though was the vocals. You really should have had the production maestro bring it down a partial or two or more until the range was comfortable. I'm not sure if you didn't warm up previous to recording, but the tuning in the vocals in some spots is absolutely atrocious. It's especially bad when you have unison notes with the bass. Make sure you warm up before recording, it makes the whole thing easier and your voice doesn't get tired after just a few takes. Also, no caffeine whilst doing vocal work, it dries your throat out.
The Letter G... what is this? I don't even... X_X
Oct 14, 2010 Level99
Team Cocking Funk - Couldn't stop my sides from splitting. Seriously, its drunk open mic night at the local bar.
I'd Thug Sully - ehhh this confused me a little bit, and its quite silly. If anything i'd call it very unique.