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Tattered Cobwebs



 Genre: Gospel

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Lyrics again by Matthew McBean I hope you like it a bit slower than the first two please leave feedback and any advice for me on the production
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Uploaded: Mar 28, 2011 - 04:55:26 PM
Last Updated: Mar 29, 2011 - 04:27:55 AM Last Played: Sep 13, 2017 - 02:23:21 PM
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Char said 2402 days ago (March 28th, 2011)
sung, especially, the doubled vocals. You are something! Thanks.
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Daugrin said 2402 days ago (March 28th, 2011)
The vocal harmony works. Not as adventurous as I would like, but has the authenticity so lacking in work I hear everywhere. Go up on the harmony, above the melody line... difficult but there ya go, you asked.
The tangle on the guitar is just right. Perhaps a mando? The string bass part? You could get some harmonium on there...
Stop smoking, bad for yer singing voice. Harmony is so hard to do, and you have a great voice for the job, pity to mess that up...

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Moviz said 2402 days ago (March 28th, 2011)
Love the song
with it's really sympathetic performance, both vocally and instrumentally.... lovely clarity and really nice melody. Would be nice to see the lyrics too, but enjoyed this tremendously, regards M
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Blondie said 2401 days ago (March 29th, 2011)
Tattered Cobwebs
Can't comment on production as I am not really musically gifted like a lot of the people on here but I do know what is a good sound and this is fab. Touching lyrics.
mrattue said 2401 days ago (March 29th, 2011)
Hi Craig
You really do have a great voice, and a great voice for gospel, too.

Love the harmonies, though i think getting the mix right is only half the story? The other half of the tale is in where you put them?

This is such a personal song, actually, that i feel it works best as a solo vocal, because it is a piece that expresses one man's thoughts and emotions, and it is a beautifully humble song, too, that a single voice naturally complements?

It is very much a personal view, but i feel that harmonies work best when they express something more general, that a chorus would naturally sing, or when you are describing something outside of yourself that is magical and multi-layered and so naturally produces harmonies.

i stress that this is very much a personal view and is probably a lot of old rubbish!

i greatly enjoyed the song, in any case, in its present form!

Cheers now

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Elevator_Funk said 2394 days ago (April 4th, 2011)
this is my favorite of the three most recent songs you've posted. Your songs sound great, and I've always been a fan.

Since you asked for advice tho, I could stand to hear you warm up the tone of your guitar on all your songs. Theres lots of stuff on the high end, and the only thing on the lower registers is your voice. If you didn't have a voice like that, this stuff would really need something in the lower registers. It could be as simple as moving your mic closer to your guitar if you are using a mic.
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