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My Last Breath



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Try to get past the intro. It does run a bit long.
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Uploaded: Oct 06, 2007 - 11:52:34 AM
Last Updated: Oct 06, 2007 - 12:02:41 PM Last Played: Jun 24, 2018 - 02:27:41 PM
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peacepiano said 4275 days ago (October 6th, 2007)
First Stop
Hi there. This is my first stop by one of your tunes. I like the big rock band sound, your instruments are well balanced. Vocal melody and rhythm are very good, personally I would like the vocal a little more in front of the instruments so the lyrics would be clearer. The lyrics sound very good, could you add those to the song profile?

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Godchaser said 4275 days ago (October 6th, 2007)
Headed in the...
right direction.Though a tad long, the intro as stated was interesting to me.The overall piece was pretty good dispite some transitions that were a bit rough in a few spots.Liked the lyrics and overall sound of the tune.

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thetiler said 4274 days ago (October 7th, 2007)
Nice fingerstyle
and the singing fits. Like the jingly jangly of the fingerstyle guitar.

Nice singing in the higher register too. Love the float of the synth violins.

Thanks for sharing.
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said 4274 days ago (October 7th, 2007)
Right On!
...first visit here. Nice sound, big sound with subtle touches here and there that work well. You've got a great voice - bring it up front, friend!

The clean guitars noodling around here and there remind me of Randy Bachmann back in the day. He'd often put clean guitar solos or licks over a wall of rock distortion. Nice approach, and not often heard.
FGarofalo said 4274 days ago (October 7th, 2007)
Thank you
for taking the time to listen to the song and am glad that you all enjoyed it. I am a bit lazy about posting lyrics but I'll do it......soon. As far as bringing the vocals up I usually mix with some good headphones and then try it the car and it sounds pretty clear. Have you listened with phones on? Just wonderin. I have to do it this way my gear is in the family room and I have a few minutes here and there to cut vocals. I'm
told by my loved ones that I sound like crap acappella so I wait till they are out of the house and then let er rip. Thanks again for the kind comments I am really enjoying it here at macjam.

Frank. : )
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racerat said 4273 days ago (October 8th, 2007)
Nice tune. 2nd one I've listened to. Full and lush. I agree that the intro is a bit long. I also agree that the vocals need to come up much farther in the mix. You might want to try to accomplish this first by putting a hi-pass filter on them and cut out most the mid and all the low freqs. This will open up the low registers for the instruments and separate your vocals in the mix significantly. If this is not enough, then go for the volume fader.

My voice is not my strongest skill, as well, and I often try to hide it a little in the mix subconsciously. Your voice is just fine and could use the place of sonic honor it deserves.
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Heightened said 4262 days ago (October 19th, 2007)
My Last Breath
We need more of this: solid singing and creative Rock. Thanks

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bent said 2425 days ago (October 29th, 2012)
At first listen-through I found myself wondering why this isn't in the charts. I love the harmonies, the song and the way you have laid it out.

I am actually a little envious of your playing.


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