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Whitesand Outpost

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This is like you was in a desert, and there were two crappy guys with guitars and a flute.



aaawesommm man


I love this one. Yes it has some mistakes here and there which you can probably fix in your freetime and upload again for us so we can enjoy perfection, because this is very close to it.


That guitar work was amazing, and the flute fit in perfectly.
It left me breathless, haha.

Was it genuine acoustic? It sounded like it...

WonkerKot responds:

Thank you! yeah, I used just an old acoustic guitar we had around the cabin.

thank you, i salute you sir.

or madam


I loved it plain and simple.

Very promising, but dragged down by flubs.

This song draws inspiration from medieval court songs and its guitars are very catchy. It was a good choice to have the guitar solos first, and then follow through to the flute, which adds depth to the song and keeps it interesting.

The problem is the recording. Although I know that it is a very difficult guitar part, this recording should have never gone out until it was done to perfection. There are noticeable areas from 0:00 to 0:30 where the guitar does not hold notes long enough, or just plain misses notes. It's a shame, because this song is very well written and has a unique feel to it.

Just try, try, try again until you have a perfect recording, and you'll get a 10 from me.

WonkerKot responds:

thank you! your criticism is very appreciated, I'll re-record later hopefully.

this was just a little 'screwing around' song I recorded one day up at my cabin. But if you find it great, i will keep trying at it

i salute you as well.

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Credits & Info


4.11 / 5.00

Jul 25, 2007
2:25 PM EDT
File Info
1.3 MB
1 min 27 sec

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.