Tags : | Folk | 2.87 MB

Description : Still trying to improve my mastering/mixing skills. With this one, I played with ukulele first and added tambourine later. Then the audacity file crapped out and I'm left with this with no way to edit. Fun times.

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  1. dimestop
    dimestop on Tue 26th Mar 2024 - 1 month ago

    hi i listened to this last week, something must of distracted me because i never commented. your voice is really sweet and sits side by side with the uke (love the sound of that instrument) i agree in principal with most what is said, you state your trying to improve your engineering and mastering skills aren't we all :)
    Manuela hits the nail on the head. if you make it studio or too studio it will take all away from the original and unique sound its almost live like raw and gritty. being a songwriter myself im impressed with your story telling, good content, well written lady.
    i have learnt most of what i do now practising and being daring, loads of help feedback and critique too from our colleagues here in featured.
    the second vocal doing a chorus would be good, maybe a male add a deeper accent or have a couple of lines repeated your voice just EQ different. just dont over engineer it as it will take away the charm spearcarrier. keep writing comics but keep writing songs too

  2. 2Sisters
    2Sisters on Tue 26th Mar 2024 - 1 month ago

    Hello, this is the first time I have the pleasure of hearing you! it's really a pleasure! The freshness that you convey with your singing, plus the live ukelele and the added tamborine are simply fun to listen to. I agree with Danke too. An additional supporting background voice, perhaps deviating in the third, in a few places would also be good for the song. But before you change anything, think about what you want to achieve. Do you want to leave this kind of unplugged character or the refreshing live character and move more into the studio world? If you don't want that, then I wish you would leave this song as it is now. Because he is good the way he is, apart from a few little things. Maybe, as already mentioned, a second voice in the background and maybe a few gentle reverb effects that broaden the song's sound a bit. If you want to move into studio production, then you have to structure the song completely differently.
    I definitely like the song a lot!
    Kind regards, Manuela

    Reply by spearcarrier

    Thank you so much for your feedback. I am interested in hearing more about moving into studio production for the sake of expanding my meager skills. When I re-record, I hope to also take the other suggestions. This will make the project fun!

    CINCOCENT on Tue 26th Mar 2024 - 1 month ago

    Lack of software u don't need u still displaying skill that I don't have lol good work

  4. Zootman
    Zootman on Fri 22nd Mar 2024 - 1 month ago

    I've listened to your music before and enjoyed it, as I did this one. Too bad you can't really edit or play with this some more. But it is very good as it is. Natural and real and you spin a good tale. I'd agree with Danke in that some additional vocal would sound good and fill it out a little.

    Reply by spearcarrier

    Hey there! Long time no see!

    I'm pondering simply re-recording. I got a new microphone - a Scarlet Studio. I've been recording with Blue Yeti and this one was recorded with a Snowball. Now I have the Scarlett, although I feel like it makes my voice reedy and thin.

  5. Micky
    Micky on Wed 20th Mar 2024 - 2 months ago

    You know that the first time I listen to it, I already have ideas about how I could expand on it. But as it is, it's a wonderful original ... an organic, natural song with a story... something I could never do. I wish I was blessed with poetic talent too... well, yeah, I'll have to live with just being a dance band musician. I love the sound of your voice and look forward to every opportunity to play with it... ;o)

    Reply by spearcarrier

    Okay, so when we get through the one I'm dying to see what you want to do with this one. I like it. It's fun to play. You always seem to make things better.

  6. VintageNights
    VintageNights on Mon 18th Mar 2024 - 2 months ago

    Hey, a good vibe song! I love it. Easy to put this master into a decent DAW and finish it nicely. Cheers...

  7. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 17th Mar 2024 - 2 months ago

    I like the song very much, I don't mind the tambourine in it but it needs to be consistent. Second Vocal, hmmn, maybe listen to some old Ten thousand Maniacs for some references. I'll get back to yah! Well Done

  8. Danke
    Danke on Sun 17th Mar 2024 - 2 months ago

    There is a 'chorus' part of the song ... you should get the background vocal on yourself, but in a different tone ...
    hope, I'm clear ... :-)

    Reply by spearcarrier

    I can attempt it, see what happens.

  9. Danke
    Danke on Sun 17th Mar 2024 - 2 months ago

    This one is really fun!!!
    Your voice and that ukulule play are fantastic but on my humble opinion, you should delete that tambourine ... instead of that you better use a second vocal (background) ...
    The song is too good and very uplifting which is rare nowadays ...
    thanx for the upload,

    Reply by spearcarrier

    I'd have to re-record to edit.. but what kind of second vocal background?

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