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Feb 15, 2008 | 2:09 PM EST
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971.9 KB
1 min 3 sec
3.23 / 5.00

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Rated 3.23 / 5 stars
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557 Plays | 90 Downloads
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lofi guitar sadness



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

real nice sound bro

I would have to agree with fatkid though, definetly raise the master volume just a tad tho, it gets at a good distinguishable level around the middle of the track tho, but it probably took a little too long. you should also try to put a bassline and center it in the middle of the track, (or center the lower guitar frequencies) to put a nice warm tone to balance the panned guitats on.

i like the guitar chords quite a bit, some interesting harmony bits, dreamy and happy chords sequenced to make a moody feel. some natural harmonics would work wonders in here, i would have kept the soloing going just a tad longer in the end. The clean chorus tones are nice, and dont bring out any unwanted tone so decent clarity here.

pretty good track, would be nice to see this developed into something further, and maybe raise the volume just a tad too.

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LfunkeyA responds:

ok, ok, i was being a bitch in that last reply :P, i'll post a fix


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Oh god... That was really crappy man.

You need to turn up the master volume by A LOT. I couldbarely hear a thing. The guitar sounded nice, but I could just hear a little bit of it. Please turn up the matser volume, or all your work will go to waste.

LfunkeyA responds:

its high enough not to be too high