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  1. kimpcoll
    kimpcoll on Tue 2nd Jul 2019 - 1 month ago

    hey man. awesome song. I did a remix using your vocals and would love to hear what you think

  2. KissPunk
    KissPunk on Wed 13th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    Realy nice track

  3. acesmith
    acesmith on Mon 4th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    yo i'm incredibly late to this but this is insanely good. a lot of clipping but what else do you expect from this genre?

  4. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Wed 14th Nov 2018 - 9 months ago

    Brado, I ran across this track a while back and planned to comment but got sidetracked and then it completely slipped my mind. But today I thought of it, "what was that awesome track I heard and who did it? As soon as I scrolled down the list and saw your name it came back to me. Man what a super job you've done with this. The guitar track is killer man, very polished stuff and so much reminiscent of Vitto Brada of White Lion. The vocal track is solid also. Very top level production wise. Could very well have been a hit song during this era. I think it still has potential to possibly make the pop charts with the right backing and marketing. I would definitely say it qualifys for the Looperman top 100 with very high rank. Maybe top 10 in fact. Major props on your efforts bro. Great track.

  5. Metalbiker
    Metalbiker on Mon 12th Nov 2018 - 9 months ago

    Sehr geiler Song!

  6. MikuWannabe246
    MikuWannabe246 on Mon 12th Nov 2018 - 9 months ago

    ABSOLUTELY... LOvE iT. The song has so much energy and the lyrics are great.

  7. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Sun 11th Nov 2018 - 9 months ago

    really good track, bands like greenday can be jealous :)

    nice work

  8. neuromancer56
    neuromancer56 on Thu 25th Oct 2018 - 9 months ago

    A cut above all the rest. This is so polished, so professional, high energy. Love it!

    Reply by BradoSanz


  9. PONCHITO4010
    PONCHITO4010 on Mon 22nd Oct 2018 - 10 months ago

    Well done, great sound, congrats !!!

  10. YogeshST
    YogeshST on Mon 22nd Oct 2018 - 10 months ago

    Sounds great!!

  11. austinmusic
    austinmusic on Mon 22nd Oct 2018 - 10 months ago

    Dang, not sure why I haven't heard this yet but reminds me of the early 2000s in all the best ways. Love it!

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Appreciate it! I literally recorded this entire song in less than 24 hours to showcase to a potential client that was courting several producers around the area - they ended up choosing me :)

  12. RuslanG
    RuslanG on Sun 21st Oct 2018 - 10 months ago


  13. topvega
    topvega on Sun 21st Oct 2018 - 10 months ago

    Awesome. Vocals are great as well as the music and mix.

    Solid job all around.



    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks topvega!

  14. TRE24
    TRE24 on Sat 20th Oct 2018 - 10 months ago

    Outstanding track bro!!!
    Riff is super dope.
    Catchy and well written.
    Best track I've heard on LM.
    These are songs I buy and one of my favorite genres.

    Home run in my park.
    Would be out of the park if the voice manipulation was tamed a bit in places. (Auto tune ECT.)

    Good Job man. Tracks like this inspire artists.
    Keep it up!

    Thx for sharing.


    Reply by BradoSanz

    Yea, I recorded the entire track in less than 24 hours as a showcase for a potential client, had to cut some corners :) Appreciate the listen!

  15. PazzoChe
    PazzoChe on Thu 18th Oct 2018 - 10 months ago

    Wow! Realy nice track

  16. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Thu 18th Oct 2018 - 10 months ago

    This is an incredibly well made Pop-Punk song.
    If we need to look for things which can be improved (but bear in mind, we are nitpicking on an outstanding production here):
    - drums (already mentioned, I won't spend much words here) ... even if they're midi, they sound too "polished" for the genre. A minor thing: you did a very good job in programming fills and different rhythms. It works VERY WELL.
    - vocal track. In some points we can hear some artifacts (auto tune? phase issues? not sure)... e.g at 0:56

    My personal highlight: the guitar, sound and riff are 100% "pro" (if this means anything). Superb. Could not get any better than this.

    Thanks for sharing!
    Ciao, Domenico

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Appreciate the critiques mrwolf!

    As I mentioned in previous replies, I had to make the track in under 24 hours so there are, indeed, a lot of flaws with this one lol. I sincerely appreciate the critique, however, because that means you really listened to the song! Peace.

  17. silverman
    silverman on Thu 18th Oct 2018 - 10 months ago

    Very nice .... please excuse me when I get like that .... tired.
    Sounds fantastic to me this.
    Wish I could stand and deliver live like this.
    All my efforts have to computerized and booglarized and .... have effects.
    Who was that weird little man?
    I could drive down my favourite road with this blaring .... if only I could download it.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    No hard feelings :) I appreciate the kind words. You use effects a lot better than me, thats something Im still working on!


  18. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 30th Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    I had to think a moment when reading "My first attempt at a new style of music" as well, and then I settled on the assumption that it was new to you. Like Danke, I found it to be a fairly common style around here, which even the cover bands are doing. This is not to take away from what you've done here, as it is a great example of the style!

    I found the tone on the guitars to be a nice edge to the song, and the performances were also awesome! I am curious how they were recorded... it sounds like you used amps and microphones. Were their effects pedals involved, or were any effects added to the guitars in the DAW?

    The vocals sounded just right for this style of music, at least to my ears. It's not a genre I listen to by choice much, but at the same time I have been hearing it regularly for about twenty years. It seems like this was especially popular in 1996-97, when I spent a year in Boulder, Colorado. All over the radio it was, and I'm sure it had something to do with the state party college there. I also tend to hear this sort of style incorporated into television shows which I watch and re-watch, such as "Workaholics" and "Parks and Recreation."

    I think you did an excellent job here. Joseph already mentioned the clipping, so I won't harp on that. I would love to hear the song with live drumming instead, but that is simply one of my frustrations with many modern rock influenced styles... they all seem to use those drum romplers any more. I always found drums to be hugely important in rock, punk, and metal styles. Even so, you composed them well! Probably backing of the mastering would bring out the dynamics of the drum part a little more.

    Thanks for sharing the cool song!

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Hey Spiv! I apologize for any spelling mistakes as I am replying on my phone! Yeah, I meant it was a style new to me. I'm sure you know my typical mellow style that I record :)

    Concerning the recording, I used my AKG C214 to mic a custom fully-birch cabinet with two Eminence Swamp Things, one Eminence Man O War, and an Eminence Texas Heat speakers. The overall tone of that setup is thicker while still maintaining clarity. It provided excellent low-end and was a good match alongside a DI recording using a Mesa Cabclone for mid and high range clarity. The amp head used was a ENGL Powerball II set to a low-gain crunch channel. Guitar used was a PRS Wood Library (only ten made!) with Karina body and neck, with 57/08 pickup in the bridge and 59/09 in the neck. Extremely articulate! The most accurate guitar I've ever played or seen. Used a variety of picks to get the tone and sound I was after. This was all ported into Pro Tools 12 and had very minimalistic, basic effects: minor EQing, compression, short-tail reverb and stereo widening.

    I agree with the drums. I just don't have access to a real drummer. Truth be told, this song was originally intended to be a sample piece only 30 seconds long (for a punk-style band interested in recording their EP with me) but it turned into a full song! Even though I have most rudimentary setup and my "studio" looks nothing of the sort, they still chose to go with me despite being courted by a number of other local, more-professional studios.. So I'm happy about that. I still have kinks to work out in my mixing but I am a very quick learner. Mahloo has been giving me mixing advice along the way and has helped tremendously through it all.

    Sorry for the book but I thought you'd take interest in the details of my recording considering you're very knowledgeable about all the workings of guitars and their related hardware. I really do appreciate you stopping in for a listen!


  19. cyberbugBOB
    cyberbugBOB on Sun 25th Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    I'll save all the blah blah blah and get straight to the point...
    Right on! Good work and catchy song!
    Loved it!
    Thanks for sharing.

  20. BeatMaker4real
    BeatMaker4real on Sun 25th Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    Man this is a great track..you guy's rocked this for real...

  21. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 24th Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    This is the evolution of Power Pop, I knew some guys from the Rosenbergs (look em up). But to tackle this genre the cream de la cream is the the band the ¨Struts¨.
    this is a good song keep working it. I am happy you are branching out trying new sounds. That´s the best way to improve and keep climbing the stairs of artistic semblance.
    Also Centralsdev, never makes any sense when he try´s to engage you about effects, and compression, your best bet is too just to nod nicely and move along without poking the sleeping bear.
    keep on keeping my friend, always good to hear your evolution. us older folks are counting on you so we get some backstage passes some day! ;-)

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thank you for the kind words cru :) Always means a lot from musical vets like yourself. You know much more about music than I do so I appreciate your stopping in to listen!


  22. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Sat 24th Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    Brado, awesome as usual everything sounds like a radio ready style pop-rock song. Now, you asked for opinions and so here is my opinions which you may not agree with and that's fine Brado.

    The song as is naturally on loud side and that ain't necessarily a bad thing because it's not a ballard or a love song, ha ha ha. But......your make up gain on the compressor or the master gain control is kind of on the high side. As a result, you are getting that bad distortion (clipping) which is smashing some of the upper frequencies resulting into unatural noise. Your drums are getting bruised up and lost in the clipping just a bit. Even your Waveform illustrates this very high output very visually.

    Clipping is bad, and is not to be confused with warm (good) distortion from your rig, I understand that, that's fine. Your drums sound almost mono and centered focused, I'd also make the drums a bit wider sounding with a spread at the top for a better and clearer drum presence and work on the hats just a bit. Try also reducing the Threshold on the Master Comp Bus a little. As far as the vocals go, if you got Nectar, well it does amazing things with vocals.

    Brado, I am referring to just a few simple mastering corrections that you can easily fix. You are an awesome talent, keep up the great music!

    All in all, a truly amazing peace of music!

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Wow, Joe! Now that you mention clipping I'm hearing it and it sounds bad! I had been listening to it nonstop for a week so my ears glazed over it. As of now, I don't have a mastering plugin so I had to resort to the online service LANDR to do it for me and the results were less-than-stellar. I am investing to get a mastering suite for Pro Tools so I can do the mastering end myself.

    I agree with you 100% on the drum issue. I am doing my best with the drums as I go along and many improvements need to be made - I have never had to work in an environment where the drums are so vital to the song, so I am still figuring out things like compression and widening and when and when not to do things :)

    Appreciate the honest review, thanks a lot Joe!


  23. VirginiaSlimm
    VirginiaSlimm on Thu 22nd Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    Nailed the pop-punk genre. Really solid piece.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks Slimm!

  24. wikkid
    wikkid on Thu 22nd Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    Brado? Is this you?

    Wow, I thought I was listening to Blink 182 or Good Charlotte. Good job.
    I like the swagger. I can see the girls screaming in the audience for you and your brother. This is a definite fav.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thank you Wikkid! I forgot about Good Charlotte. Appreciate the listen :)

  25. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Thu 22nd Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    so you dont know what a effect is?

  26. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Thu 22nd Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    there could be a sound effect on each loops/samples as well on the vocal. even your sound could be made with effects.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Lol I don't understand. Thanks for the advice though.

  27. danke
    danke on Thu 22nd Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    what a track Brado

    the same, brilliant production on every level...but correct me if i'm not on the good way but this is a nowadays very popular american radio rock style...new style for you you mean?
    anyway, who cares about this nuance?

    congrats and handshake, Danke

    Reply by BradoSanz

    new style for me, yes :) I've never done this genre before. I like it!


  28. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Thu 22nd Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    really nice track just a shame you have used that much effect.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    effect on what?

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I used to fall in love
every single day
but since you came around
I don't know what to say
I know you're something more
that much I can see
It's just too bad
that you don't notice me

I need you
Cause' everytime I see your pretty face
I need you
Here within my arms
Forever and ever

I just don't understand
You've overtaken me
I wonder why I just can't seem to be
a lover with a plan
who knows every word to say
But I'm a beggar now
and youre the queen today

I need you
Cause' everytime I see your pretty face
I need you
Here within my arms
Forever and ever

Everytime you look at me
I know it must be hard to see
Everything I have to offer

If you would only notice me
My heart would love
I would be there now and always

But you won't ever notice me
I'm too shy and undeserving

I'm the beggar
You're the queen
I need you
but you don't need me
you don't need me

But I need you
Cause' everytime I see your pretty face
I need you
Here within my arms
Forever and ever



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