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Aug 5, 2010 | 1:45 PM EDT
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1.5 MB
1 min 21 sec
3.56 / 5.00

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Rated 3.56 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Made this in Logic Express earlier. All parts, including vocals, were played, recorded and edited etc. by me.

Hope you like it and I'd really appreciate any reviews or votes as I'm always trying to improve!




Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm Tired of Waiting...

Great song, I agree with previous review, drop the muted delay/ electric guitar part a little. Don't take it out, just make it a bit softer in the mix. Push the vocals up a bit.
Adding some harmonies to your voice would fit very well, esp for the " I'm tired of waiting" part.
I know it's a wip, so I'm hoping you make it longer, add some drums after the build up/
Not sure if you know Beth Gibbons, but your voice reminds me of hers.
good work, can't wait to hear the next update to this/


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good starting point.

The first 30 seconds of this piece was great. It sounded very "jazzy" with that nice little bass vibe, and your voice complimented that sound very well. I didn't, however, like when the electric guitar kicked in, although it fit with the title because of the "ticking-clock" sound it made (an abnormally fast ticking-clock, mind you, but a clock nonetheless). It was a bit too overbearing for my tastes, and it didn't go well with the piano.

I'd do away with the electric guitar part, and continue with the jazz vibe that was in the beginning. If it turns out you were using the guitar for that ticking sound, I'm sure there are plenty of other ways to achieve this, without it being overbearing.

Good work and good luck!

FluteJazz responds:

Thank you so much for the review!
I see what you mean about the electric guitar part - I think I'll scrap it and have a play to find something that works better. My background is in jazz (I play flute in a trio with other family members in restaurants and things), so I guess that's where the bass part comes from! :P