Tags : | Folk | 6.18 MB

Description : This is a track I'm working on. I have the sounds I want in it. I'm trying to learn how to master things. I welcome your input on how it can be improved. Please.

From an old Appalachian folk song. Done by request.

I'm okay with this song enough that I put it on my album, Closet Monkey.

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  1. MandeepRajpal
    MandeepRajpal on Fri 6th Nov 2020 - 1 year ago

    wow what a clean vocals. Loved your voice!

  2. Thefatbaby
    Thefatbaby on Sun 1st Nov 2020 - 1 year ago

    The studio quality you are looking for is pitch adjustment. not autotune. but a flex program like melodyne or newtone or Pitch-Flex. Great project but some of your notes are just barely missing and that is what making this track sound :unprofessional" if you. dont believe me email me and i will correct the notes for you and show you. my email is listed on my looper profile

    Reply by spearcarrier

    Hey, for whatever reason I never saw this comment before. I want you to know, I *do* believe you. Learning how to fix is something I'm trying to do, although I admit I'd like to just get the notes right to start with.

  3. phantomproduction
    phantomproduction on Sat 31st Oct 2020 - 1 year ago

    your voice is perfect! it is true that I am missing a musical "base", which does not detract from the quality of your voice !!

  4. VirginiaSlimm
    VirginiaSlimm on Sat 31st Oct 2020 - 1 year ago

    Well done! I like the vibe, it's pow-wow-erful. sounds authentic to me. I can't wait to hear how you master it. :D

    Reply by spearcarrier

    Tee hee. I have to remember that word.

  5. thechockehold
    thechockehold on Sat 31st Oct 2020 - 1 year ago


  6. theHumps
    theHumps on Sat 31st Oct 2020 - 1 year ago

    My friend who heads up an Americana styled band plays this song live, really surprised it showed up on looperman. I like your version, it's honest and real. The drums and tambo add just the right amount of musical impact. The ticking clock is apropos.


  7. wikkid
    wikkid on Sat 31st Oct 2020 - 1 year ago


    I remember this song. The late great Ralph Stanley has a version up on YouTube. Great job on the vocals, as you really captured the spirit of American folk singing.

    Americana music is still alive and well. Keep doing what you're doing. Marking this as a fave, and I wish you all the best.

    CINCOCENT on Sat 31st Oct 2020 - 1 year ago

    Wow beautiful professional vocals. I like this. Well put together!

  9. xstokes
    xstokes on Fri 30th Oct 2020 - 1 year ago

    cool rendition, i like the drumming and vocals. i dont thing ive heard this sung with such vivacity before, and that is to your credit, along with your clear phrasing. thanks for sharing this and keep creating!

    Reply by spearcarrier

    Hey wow, thank you so much! =^-^=

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