Tags : 91 bpm | Rap | 3.87 MB | Has Lyrics | Male | Rapping | Unknown
Licence : Licence type not set. Assume non commercial use only

Description : Sup yall,
Just spent the past few hours recordin this baby to a track by ConeyIslandRecords. I've posted the full rough draft version to my Soundclick.com page if anyone wants to check it out.
One thing I'm gonna point out is that there's a large silent gap at the beginning because I left it there for the first guy's verse in the original (coz I'm thinkin that Coney could tweek the track some on his end for better sound qual).
So to kill that silent part just fast forward like a minute and a half (or somewhere near there). Cool deal? Cool!
Well all, I hope yall dig my latest creation. Later on!
PS. If you don't have anything constructive to say
don't say anything at all, okay?
PPS. If you don't have...
A.) An avatar,
B.) Any tracks, loops, acapellas, or links posted-
Don't say anything either because I'm not looking for useless comments from the Peanut Gallery, skrait? Skrait! Lates!

Just A Dream (DVs verses) by DonnieVyros has received 6 comments since it was uploaded.

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  1. taranaki22
    taranaki22 on Thu 24th Dec 2009 - 9 years ago

    Mean flow brother, il dice it up and see what I can do for you!

    Peace

    DonnieVyros
    Reply by DonnieVyros

    Prech that mate. Glad ya dug it and're able to use it for somethin (lemme know when yer done). Also, outta curiousity, do you have anything online anywhere? Later on!

  2. CR1Tic
    CR1Tic on Tue 29th Sep 2009 - 10 years ago

    "I needta get a Mixer and a Pre-amp so I can finally start using my FET microphone (might even get a Pop filter too)"

    you need a pop shield, trust me

    DonnieVyros
    Reply by DonnieVyros

    I gotchu mate. I think I remember a thread somewhere on here a while back where someone said something about placing a sock over the mic head to help (for the poor man's version).
    And I do need a mixer (for other reasons as well). The magnetic mics I have suuuuuuuck (like I have to practically eat the mic to get any discernible volume out of 'em). Thanks for the tips. Later on!

  3. CR1Tic
    CR1Tic on Tue 29th Sep 2009 - 10 years ago

    basically, i think everyone has been through the yeah i want to be a rapper stage when they were kids....

    any way, like i said this isn't hate this is criticism, and i haven't got an avatar because i have only just signed up, i will get one i suppose although i don't see the significance. ok here's the low down:

    Production:

    i think personaly you've thought long and hard about the lyrics, fair play, they may or may not have anything to do with your feelings however that is irrelevant. first things first,

    i think you really need to revise your flow. in all honesty can you sit back and listen to your recording and say "F**K YEAH IM HAPPY WITH THAT"?

    it just sounds like your reading off the screen in a monotone voice, kind of is if you can't be bothered to do it, what you want is a club banger, you want to imagine yourself in front of a big audience and you have to physically move them with your vocal, if you've written a painful lyric MAKE THEM CRY, if you've written a love song MAKE THEN START SCREWING EACH OTEHR ON THE DANCE FLOOR. lol...

    also some of you're lyrics need a bit more care and consideration going into them, i mean some rap isn't about throwing together a bunch of words just because they rhyme...
    all i would like to say to you my friend is to research other artists, listen to their key aspects such as their flow and personality and then put that into comparison with yourself, that way you may come to some sort of conclusion.

    i understand that you have tried to double track you're vocal like the professionals do, the way i think that you have done it is by getting two of the same recording and layering them almost simutainiously to create a "double tracking effect". this is the wrong way to do it my friend, here's the way to do it,

    you record two separate versions of you track, and then chop it up so that the double tracking occurs on the last 3 or so words of each bar, once you have found your flow you can really do some interesting things with double tracking, you could start by looking at harmonics.

    Mix down:

    i think you're either using a crappy mic and/or it is positioned too close to your computer, their is a lot of background bleed in your recording making the vocals un-useable in a track,

    any way, i'd like to end this by saying once more, this isn't hate, this is a little bit of criticism which EVERY producer, engineer, vocalist, musician etc... needs to progress with their work.

    i hope this helps you out in some way or another and never give up, good luck

    DonnieVyros
    Reply by DonnieVyros

    Sorry for the mad delay (school stuff).
    This has got to be, hands down, the best review I've received, ever. When I think technical and honest, this is what I envision. I try to do the same, but rarely ever am I this close in depth & detail. Alright, so lemme answer you, blow by blow...

    The "rapper phase" thing with me is like this flame that burns inside me every now and then. When I get that itch I just gotta scratch it, ya know? It's odd because I'm at war with myself here. There's a part that loves the challenge and aspect of it, but another that hates the bastardization of it from the new-school/corporate crap. So my heart wants to love hiphop, but my soul fights against it.

    The lyrical aspect is partially a gift, mostly a curse. I've been writing poetry for years and can whip a mad prose or turn-of-phrase like it's nothing, but to voice those thoughts or scripts seems a little daunting (it goes better read and in my head). So delivery would be my Achilles heel. Along with there being a slight fight between the written/planned side and the one that just wants to flow freely. I've found it difficult to marry these two cohesively.

    Presentation (or lack thereof) is partially my fault for not rehearsing enough. I'd say for this I had 2/3rds of it memorized and had to "read off the last bit" from the text document. Though here I was actually doing this alongside the music, so what you get is from that mix (it sounds so much better with the music BTW).
    You're right, this could be better, but as I mentioned below, if I had a mixer I could do it along with the music and have decent playback for both (the prog I used to record this doesn't really do that with vocals).

    The crappy mic thing, indeed, but what I suspect you thought was background bleed is actually a double recording of me doing the vocals. I recorded once to serve as a foundation template then I recorded alongside it to give it a chorus/echo type of sound (which could seem like background bleed). One place this is extremely evident is the part where it goes 'RIGHT... right' in the 3rd verse. In the original lyrics I just say right once, but I liked the way it sounded like an affirmation coming after the questioning first one (like, 'should I? yes I should!')

    And no worries mate, I'll def keep what you said in mind for the next time I do vocals. Especially, the "Club banga/crowd pleaser" & "chopping up" parts. Stay well mate & happy new year!

  4. AudioL
    AudioL on Wed 2nd Sep 2009 - 10 years ago

    I like it ur flow is unique in its own right i could def envision sum music behind it Keep the goodness flowin man peace

    DonnieVyros
    Reply by DonnieVyros

    Prech that mate, yours are too (though they're kinda short). And I did do this to music, you can check it out here if ya wanna...
    http://www.talenttrove.com/media/50395-just-a-dream-dvs-vocal-mix

    Anyways, glad ya dug it. Later on!

  5. CONEYISLANDRECORDS
    CONEYISLANDRECORDS on Tue 21st Apr 2009 - 10 years ago

    Lol, someone just had to talk smack. With no avatar and what not. I hate when people talk shit and dont give any tracks or anything period to compare your shit to. Random acts of lameness.

    DonnieVyros
    Reply by DonnieVyros

    Yeah man, I hear ya. Kinda funny that I mention that in the desc and someone was still dumb enough to post some garbage. It's cool though coz I canned his post. Mostly, I think its coz they aint got the skill/ability to do it themselves. Anyways, gimme a shout when ya wanna do somethin again. Later on!

  6. BigJoWezy
    BigJoWezy on Fri 17th Apr 2009 - 10 years ago

    this is rough draft you say it sounds decent man good leveling on the vocals too God Bless Keep it Real nice message too

    DonnieVyros
    Reply by DonnieVyros

    Yeah, rough draft coz my current set-up is kinda amateur. I needta get a Mixer and a Pre-amp so I can finally start using my FET microphone (might even get a Pop filter too) and there's runnin my other hardware too. Anyways, I'm glad ya dug it. Later on!

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Lyrics

I rose from the grave
Head hung in shame
I was buried alive
and upstaged
But I won't rage
Letting the anger pass away
Pass today and fade
sliding into the gray
This cloudy turmoil won't
foil my plans to post
verse for verse
and line by line
while I hike away
Miles and miles from the hurst
Stuck in the desert of my mind
unable to find ways to quench my thirst (2x)

or worse... sound like I'm rehearsed
I suppose, yours, is a finer specimin
but I'll grow stronger, longer, faster
go past and surpass you- becoming the master
through exercise, study, and lotsa vitamins
Or Spinach, I'll be strong to the finish
Never diminish while I push a mush on ya pisser
Gabbin on and on spoutin like a garbage dispenser
Nasty foul smellin yo mouth needs a good rinsing
Cleansing out all of the profanities
While you profess to be
Better than me, indeed
but are you betta than god (I think not)
couldn't he see through yo hard facade
down to the rickety-kneed shaky Ichabod
Crane in this eternal Sleepy Hollow
(where weary souls wallow)

with a sun that never rises marking tomorrow
And a trail leading back into pitch black
Must I ask, where does it lead and will you follow
If I go down it, hmm, I highly doubt it,
but ahead I step, wondering how many more I have left
Right, I'll descend or climb it
and look up ahead
on the horizon
I see a needle of light piercing through
What's on the other side- I have no clue
But pressing forward appears to be the thing to do.
It only seems fitting
And as I near it I open my eyes
Man this was just a dream?
So that means that you...

Holy *, dude!

 


 

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