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Every Dying Sun



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An early mix of this new tune...will probably flesh out the instrumentation when I can get my keyboard working again
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Uploaded: Jun 10, 2008 - 06:12:04 PM
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pooey said 4088 days ago (June 10th, 2008)
Great Sounding Track
You've got a great voice; maybe a little less reverb on the vox. Otherwise, everything sounds great.
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Feter said 4088 days ago (June 11th, 2008)
Every Dying Sun
Awesome insterumentation my friend and I feel
its so much your sound ..all along your singing
as well .I would rather enjoy pure guitars like
these rather than synthetic keys ..thats cool man
thnx for sharin !!!!
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buckhorn said 4088 days ago (June 11th, 2008)
Cool tune Steve
Really nice overall sound to this... I like the sparkle and flow of it, whatever that means. Enjoyed a lot. Sounds pretty fleshy already. ;)
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Peter Bauckham said 4088 days ago (June 11th, 2008)
Sounding good...
it'll be interesting to hear how you flesh this one out - like what's there already - I didn't think the reverb on your voice was excessive through headphones.

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FlatRock2 said 4088 days ago (June 11th, 2008)
Love this stuff Steve!

great vocals.
Love the lead, are you using the volume to get that effect?
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stevel said 4087 days ago (June 12th, 2008)
For the lead effect I was just doing volume swells using the volume knob on the strat, with some delay added to the overall sound

Thanks for listening and commenting

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lavalamp said 4087 days ago (June 12th, 2008)
You have a.......
great song. And a hell of a voice. Agree with pooey about the vox.
Look forward to hearing the final version.

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Mystified said 4087 days ago (June 12th, 2008)
what's wrong with the keyboard?....
But I actually like the song as is, with your voice and the Strat :)

who needs keyboards!!!!! (besides me.. ;)

very nicely done, Steve!
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michael2 said 4086 days ago (June 13th, 2008)
i think it's "just right" but I can picture it with an organ as well. you did a really cool job with the volume swells (and the vox, drums, rhythm and composition too). great job. really liked the little chord change you used for the end. for some reason i hear your songs and wonder how come you didn't tour with Morphine. would have made a great bill.
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said 4082 days ago (June 17th, 2008)
Every Dying Sun
Really great vocals, lyrics and music. Loved it.
Thanks for sharing.

Peace Dee.
jiguma said 4081 days ago (June 18th, 2008)
Nice one Steve
Love the swells on the lead. Bass sounding more up front than previous posts, although the bass player could still use some volume.
Great song!
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