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May 15, 2012 | 5:39 PM EDT
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Song
2.3 MB
2 min 47 sec
Score
4.29 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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746 Plays | 35 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Pop
Tags:
guitar
cover
jewel
acoustic

Author Comments

"Who Will Save Your Soul" was written and performed by Jewel Kilcher
"Who Will Save Your Soul" was published by Emi April Music Inc.

This cover was performed by me, Ally. Although Jewel performs this song in a slow tempo, I wanted to perform a fast tempo cover of the song. I hope you like it. :P

Any constructive feedback is appreciated!

Reviews


kelwynshadekelwynshade

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Growing up as a fan of the work Jewel had produced, this is a classic.

The sped up version is a nice change, and you certainly have the vocal talent to do her justice. Color me impressed.

Now, like I'm sure you already know, you really need to gather some decent recording equipment. There are some great options out there that aren't too expensive.

Well done.


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Six-String-Ally responds:

Thank you for your feedback :-)


RobSoundtrackRobSoundtrack

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Can tell you are very talented and have love for the music game.

The production/mixing aspect will put you over the top!

If you need anything, just shoot me a msg!


Six-String-Ally responds:

Thank you! I will keep that in mind :-)


NorskeDrittsekkNorskeDrittsekk

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good cover, good vocal.



ChimeraNoiseChimeraNoise

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very impressive cover! As mentioned before, you could really use a better microphone. Depending on your budget, there are a few different microphones I would suggest.

Shure SM57 - Great for vocals, but can be used for instruments as well.
MXL 990/991 - These come in packages from places like Guitar Center, Musician's Friend, Sweetwater, etc. They'll run you about $100 or so.

If you're looking for higher end microphones, look into Blue mics. A highly praised mic is the Blue Bluebird, I've had the pleasure of recording my guitar with it and I've heard numerous vocalists use it in a professional setting, it has never been a disappointment. Unfortunately, that'll run you about $300, not including the interface you'll need in order to actually use the thing.

All total you could be looking at anywhere from $200 to $500, depending on how much you're willing to spend in order to get a top notch sound.

But remember, it's not always the hardware you're using. Microphones aren't magic. It's going to take a keen ear to find that sweet spot in the mix.

Best of luck to you. (:
5 and 5. Favorited.


Six-String-Ally responds:

Thank you for these suggestions!!


TheLivingMp3TheLivingMp3

Rated 4 / 5 stars

the lyrics and chords are spot on, good job! only criticism i have is your microphone that's recording. I say splurge a bit on a nice mic and get yourself a tight room, then you'll have some magic!


Six-String-Ally responds:

Thank you for your feedback:-) Do you have any suggestions for microphones?

Thanks!!!