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Trend2kill says

Hi everyone!, I recently finished a new song and I was wondering if I could get any feedback from it :) —> Click HERE

Thanks!

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SonicCube says

Hi everyone!, I recently finished a new song and I was wondering if I could get any feedback from it :) —> Click HERE Thanks!

Hello

“error while loading track” on Win7 and IE8

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Trend2kill says

yes, i know something went wrong with it! :(

Here is the newest link —> HERE

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TimMcMorris says

Hey man, I took a listen to the whole track and here it what I think.

The instrumental is very good, especially for hip hop, there is a lot of room for vocal flow, and there is a distinct spot for a chorus / hook in the mix. Great job there.

Vocally I think the track needs some work. I’m not a big fan of autotune, but I get the effect you are going for….so with that in mind, if auto tune is used, I prefer the attack and release to not be so harsh as the settings you have used…You can still get that sound without such harsh settings.

Also, there is still a lot of “room” in the track….especially with hip hop / pop, layered tracks, harmonies and backing vocals really are a must to fill the track and make it come alive…In my opinion. Especially near the end with only the vocals pretty much, I feel it needs something.

If autotune was only used to cover up vocal imperfections, work on the vocals instead and get rid of autotune…if it was for the sound, like I said, turn the settings back a bit so we can hear more of the voice! It’s nice to actually hear the voice :)

I think it has a lot of potential really! I would even like to hear a little rap in there somewhere :)

Well, those are my thoughts! Just wanted to be honest, hope it’s what you were looking for !

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Trend2kill says

Hey man, I took a listen to the whole track and here it what I think.

The instrumental is very good, especially for hip hop, there is a lot of room for vocal flow, and there is a distinct spot for a chorus / hook in the mix. Great job there.

Vocally I think the track needs some work. I’m not a big fan of autotune, but I get the effect you are going for….so with that in mind, if auto tune is used, I prefer the attack and release to not be so harsh as the settings you have used…You can still get that sound without such harsh settings.

Also, there is still a lot of “room” in the track….especially with hip hop / pop, layered tracks, harmonies and backing vocals really are a must to fill the track and make it come alive…In my opinion. Especially near the end with only the vocals pretty much, I feel it needs something.

If autotune was only used to cover up vocal imperfections, work on the vocals instead and get rid of autotune…if it was for the sound, like I said, turn the settings back a bit so we can hear more of the voice! It’s nice to actually hear the voice :)

I think it has a lot of potential really! I would even like to hear a little rap in there somewhere :)

Well, those are my thoughts! Just wanted to be honest, hope it’s what you were looking for !

Thanks Tim for taking your time to address some thoughts, this is the first time I have ever used vocals and I need to learn more about vocal mixing and I will definitely cut some auto-tune off a-bit so vocals can be heard :)

Ill figure out a rap for it too :p

Thanks Again! :)

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theoo18 says

Sounds alright overall but it lacks that “feel” maybe because of the instruments you used.

Keep up the work :)

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