If you do then I have some too much compression for you. Everything is compressed right to the edge of distortion.
As an excuse I'm saying I'm playing with Samplitude's compression and built-in effects. And actually, I am learning more about those things. The effects that come with Samplitude are really quite good. They went to a lot of trouble engineering them. They have some compressors which (if applied more tastefully than I've done here) sound nice.
Now you should note that there is a guitar missing, and a Hammond keyboard solo, and possibly a grand piano solo.
But I have questions. Questions which need must be answered afore I can go on.
- How many bars should this intro be?
- Should I get rid of the "ringing" in the bass at the beginning of the song?
- Is the vocal singing style right for this song?
- Is the vocal effect right for this song (meaning the band-limited sound, the delay)?
Update: the questions have been answered thuswise:
1. However many bars that was was fine.
2. Yes, lose the ringing. It's just my muting incompetence showing through (editor's note, this was Ethan saying this).
3. I think it's in the ballpark, although that might not be the final take, or overdubs might be in order.
4. I like the vocal effects for the verses, perhaps a dryer sound for the chorus? Or just different effects?
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