I disagree with Gede. The bleed through gives character. I can't remember whether it was one of the guys from Portishead or something that said that when mics pick other instruments up in the same room it's even better. Or it might have been the guy off the Shins. But hey, this is great, bluesy rock with some intense cool riffs and chords. Just lovin' it
Thanks, although I think the bleed is perhaps more the result of me being too lazy to wear headphones while I was recording, but if it makes it sound better to you, well I can't complain. Thanks for the review.
Bob Dylan feel to this, even Johnny Cash. I like it, and your A/B transitions always surprise me in a good way.
Interesting - I didn't really hear the "country" or "folk" influence in it until you brought it up. I'm glad you caught the A/B transition. I put a lot of thought into making those work. Thanks for the review!
:D This is absolutely delightful haha I love it! could I sample this?
Sure thing, man. I didn't imagine this track as a hip hop beat, but if you can make it work, more power to you. Thanks for the review!
Nice swing in the guitar. Really like it.
Try mastering your songs if you know what I mean.
Or you know what, I can make it for you free to get the idea. :D I'm bored right now and I want something to do right now. :D
Thanks for the review! Yeah, I'm still learning when it comes to mixing/mastering/etc. Thing was, the guitar wasn't recorded well to begin with, so there was little I could do to make it sound better. There's a lot of bleed on those tracks. If, in the future, I rerecord it or something, I'll let you know. Thanks for listening!