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stevel

 Genre: Alternative Rock

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An early mix of a slightly psychedelic rocker, with some 'freakout' fuzz guitar shenanigans towards the end! Hope you enjoy it
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Uploaded: Jan 03, 2013 - 05:30:38 PM
Last Updated: Jan 03, 2013 - 05:30:38 PM Last Played: Sep 03, 2017 - 05:33:14 PM
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Ed Hannifin said 1782 days ago (January 3rd, 2013)
Steve discovers...
...the reverb send/return! Lot of gorgeously artificial space and reverberation on this one...

I like the drum sounds, which are pretty natural sounding, and I like the guitar playing as always...

If this is an early mix, I'd suggest doing something to carve out sonic space for the vocal, so it's not fighting against (and largely losing out to) the guitar work...

The ending freakout section is kind of live Buffalo Springfield meets Moby Grape...
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alackbass said 1782 days ago (January 3rd, 2013)
Slipstream
Freakout Fuzz Guitar Shenanigans!!!! I'm in!!!! Cool track!

BTW: What kind of guitar is that you're holding in your profile pic? It's very cool!
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jiguma said 1782 days ago (January 3rd, 2013)
Hi Steve
Great sounding guitars and drums and vocal. I'm not sure I agree with Ed here about the vocal nit having enough room. To me it sits quite nicely, although a little extra gain wouldn't hurt. I'm not crazy about the bass part though - I reckon it could work really well following the drums rather than the guitar. But you probably knew I'd think that :)
Cheers from Oz,
Happy 2013!
Neil
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DWL said 1781 days ago (January 4th, 2013)
Freakout!
As Neil says, a touch more on the vocal but other than that I really like the sound you've got.

Freaky guitars without a doubt :-)

Cheers

Dick

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Fire_Angel said 1781 days ago (January 4th, 2013)
Strong.
Very strong. Like some others I think the vocal is a bit lost in the mix somewhere, but the guitar work is nice and fiery as well as somewhat unorthodox, which is great in this case.
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Bob Rodgers said 1781 days ago (January 4th, 2013)
A
great rhythm and I like the double layering of your vocals.
The guitar playing is ace with the wonderful spacey reverb effects and a nice tone.
I also love the guitar freakout shenanigans at the end, great stuff Steve!
I really enjoyed this.

Bob
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Vic Holman said 1781 days ago (January 4th, 2013)
flashback '69
the type of psychedelic rock that i can get into. cool intense guitars
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lengold said 1779 days ago (January 6th, 2013)
Love the way you
are running from one side of the stage to the other during your shenanigans.
Love it and especially the production.
Cheers
Len

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Monkaton said 1729 days ago (February 25th, 2013)
Good Sounds
You have some good stuff going on in there. A bit more work on mixing it and you'll have a number 1 macjams hit!
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