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Here it is...
My 12th and final entry for my write, record and master a tune every week. Not an April Fool's Joke, this is really the last upload for an unknown length of time as my life takes a different path for a while.

I would recommend doing this kind of challenge to anyone where you give yourself exactly one week, no more no less, to really test and grow yourself. I found giving myself a deadline helped me focus to finish these projects.
I will also add that it is not easy. I had to give up a lot of my free time to basically lock myself up in my bedroom for hours writing and recording, dealing with frustrations of failed ideas and screwed up takes.

But I digress, it is a great challenge and as plain as it is to hear from my first track to this one, the growth of skill and quality of writing made it all the more worthwhile.

Here is a link to last weeks tune;
Weighing The Options

And for kicks this time here is a link to my audio page(just if your curious about how far I've grown);

Writing took place March 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th
Recording took place March 28th, 29th and 30th
Mastering Took place March 31st and April 1st

Equipment Used:
Acoustic Guitar - Taylor 314 w/ LR Baggs M1 Active Pickup
Electric Guitar - 2009 Les Paul Studio
Amp - BlackStar HT-Club 40
Bass - Ibanez 4 string
Mixer - Presonus 16.0.2
DAW - Studio One 3 Professional

VST's Used:


I listened mostly, (ADD) but from what I heard I'm thoroughly impressed :)

SydRic responds:

Thank you very much for the kind words, I'm glad you 'mostly' enjoyed it :D

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Credits & Info


4.73 / 5.00

Apr 1, 2017
9:43 PM EDT
General Rock
File Info
5.8 MB
3 min 5 sec

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