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May 11, 2012 | 12:56 AM EDT
File Info
3.5 MB
2 min 35 sec
4.61 / 5.00

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Rated 4.61 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

It was going to be a loop, but I found this cool synthy thing and decided to mindlessly shove it into the "song." I called it Fingerpicked because it was the first time in a couple months I recorded myself a) playing on my acoustic guitar and b) fingerpicking. Frustrating experience - my guitar's neck (that what it's called?) is bent so the strings get out of tune real easily, and my fingers lost a lot of dexterity. Still fun, though.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Right off the bat, sound great. A mysterious air, but a happy and complete vibe as well.

The guitar should have kept going with the synth! At least in the background of the track... There is no connection between the two parts at 1:22. Too bad.

As a guitarist myself, I can relate to why this is a difficult track to play. One thing you probably should try to work on is in the guitar part that plays the chords you should really try to make the chords sustain longer then their own bar. Don't "choke" the chord the moment you finish playing it. A great example of a player who does that great is Anouk's guitar player on her song "Nobodys Wife".

Sound-Wise sound pretty good, although some spring reverb might have been awesome to add to the vibe. The percussion could have been a bit stronger in the mix. Besides that, the sound is really good and complete.

Overall, a really really cool song, with a very interesting melody and chord progression. I'm just in a critical mood today :P Keep it up!

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phosphorusprocedure responds:

Thanks! I'll try my best to take these points into consideration!