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3.67 / 5.00

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Rated 3.67 / 5 stars
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Audacity's noise removal tool is a wonderful thing, though I'm sure you kind of hear how it sounds a little "under watery" because of it.

Some clipping... no big deal.


Rerecorded, made longer, sounds better.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


The guitar was really very good, but repetitive. You definitely should add more stuff to this song like drums, bass, and other instruments. The song could still use a little more
work like adding a solo. Overall, 8/10 4/5! Good work!

MonkeyV responds:

Awesome, thanks!

I personally only own a guitar and bass.
I'm definitely going to be making a guitar + bass song, hopefully soon.

Also, a solo would require that I use distortion, or definitely more gain.
With my current equipment, I would have a pretty difficult time trying to combine distortion guitar with my quiet sad sounding song and make it sound good ):


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty damn good guitar work to say the least

As far as a straight guitar solo, this is a damn nice recording, though I think (if you have some samples or synths available) some accompaniment would have made this a lot more interesting. The pauses created a lot of emotion, though something else would have been nice to occasionally fill the space. Or to have at least created a stronger sustained chord at a few of those points would have made this much more interesting.

And even though it's actually sort of cool by itself, everything from 1:51 to 2:26 seemed flat and stereotypical compared to the rest of the track. Really it just didn't even seem to fit the theme I was getting from the rest. But as with the rest of the track, the guitar work is still solid so it's got nothing to do with your skill.

Overall I like this though. Job well done.

MonkeyV responds:

Thanks for the review, and glad you liked it.
I actually like the ending, it has a kind of different feel than the rest, but I think it goes in nicely.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


pretty good
but loopy

MonkeyV responds:

You mean repetitive?

A bit, I guess.
Thanks for the review.