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I See(v2)


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Revision of my last "I See" tune.

I added Jam Pack 4 violins, tambourine under the guitar leads. And the main thing I did was to change my voice to a lower lead.
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Comments: 16
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Downloads: 151
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Uploaded: Apr 28, 2005 - 11:25:21 PM
Last Updated: Apr 29, 2005 - 08:03:26 AM Last Played: Jan 06, 2019 - 09:46:07 AM
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Hardware:
8 track
Takamine Guitar acoustic
2 mics
Software:
GB 2
Comments
MiMi said 5163 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
Fun tune
Tiler this is a fun tune to listen to. I wonder how making
copies of the vocal track and pitch shifting them to make
harmonies would sound. This tune is a nice change up for
you!
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thetiler said 5163 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
Fun tune
Thanks Mimi

You might be on to something. I'll have to check. Thanks mimi for posting!



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said 5163 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
Sunshine
This song has got me grinning so wide I'm afraid the top
of my head will fall off.
What a joyful vocal performance and the accompaniment
fits it very well.
thetiler said 5163 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
Sunshine
Thanks for coming by and posting!

Hey, thanks mungo for posting your stamp too :)



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Doadars Uncle said 5163 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
Good feel
Bright, hopeful.

Confident vocals.

I like how you moved into your guitar solo.
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thetiler said 5163 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
Good feel
Thanks DU about the guitar, vocals. This is something a bit different than I've
done in the post. With GB, it is fun to explore new territory :)

Thanks so much for posting.

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bronco said 5163 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
Stronger vocals
The lower octave worked well. Vocals sound much better,
more real. Guitar rhythm seems to be standing out more
also and sounds nice. I love the tambourine. I was telling
my son that you could always tell a 60's pop song because
it either had a Hammond B5 organ, a tambourine or both
on it. If you ever redo this again my only suggestion
would be to maybe soften up the lead guitar sound a
little. Maybe more reverb and eq the treble down a little.
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thetiler said 5162 days ago (April 30th, 2005)
Stronger vocals
I just uploaded a new one and I made the lead guitar softer.
Thanks bronco for the input. I made the vocals stronger as well.

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said 5163 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
Hey There...

a top Pop song from tiler! Nice departure. Shades of
a the sixties perhaps? I'd love to hear some more
variety on the vocals, maybe harmonies or expanding
on the melody line. Very infectious beat and chord
structure.

Jack
thetiler said 5162 days ago (April 30th, 2005)
Hey There...
Consider it done jack.
Thanks for stopping by Jack.

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Mystified said 5163 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
Retro-fun

A fun tune, and well done!
Really enjoyed the retro-feel of it.
Do s'more like this, eh? :)
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thetiler said 5162 days ago (April 30th, 2005)
Retro-fun
Thanks Mystified for the encouragement!

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Peter Greenstone said 5161 days ago (April 30th, 2005)
I like it.
I like the new vocals. You have a great crooner voice.
Maybe I should just accept it as part of the charm of the
performance but it sounds like you're kind of just
improvising the lyrics and vocal melodies and phasing,
doing a little awkward catching up here and there.
Though I really enjoy the song as is, I do think you could
make it better by working out the phrasing of the lines
better. Right now you sound like Harry Connick Jr, but as
if he is distracted by something weird happening off stage
and lost his place.

This is a really fun song and I love your voice, but I'd like
to hear the lead vocal part worked out better. Find a more
consistant and catchy delivery for the chorus.

One last nit: I'd use a lot less reverb on the picked guitar
for this. Your usual reverb settings (or real room reverb)
doesn't match with the rest of the Pop music. Great
playing, but it sounds like it's in a totally different space
than the rest of the music.

Anyway, I like the song and it's really cool to hear you
doing something so different.
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thetiler said 5161 days ago (May 1st, 2005)
I like it.
good point
in version 3 I tried to make it abit more singin and not just working the vocals.
I do struggle with the guitar lead in the middle, sometimes I think that it there is
too much reverb then not enough. I feel a bit in limbo with that part. I guess
just having more experience in mixing will help.
Thanks for the input

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Emily Rohm said 5160 days ago (May 1st, 2005)
Fun.
Very fun tune, Tiler. Good to hear you singin'.
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thetiler said 5160 days ago (May 1st, 2005)
Fun.
Thanks Emily for stoppin by.

Good luck with yer stuff too.

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