Psycho Bluez Track Inside. Please listen and let me know what you all think!?

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  1. riffy

    riffy Member

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    1. Psycho Bluez Track

      Just did this quickly. I really think the guitar in this sounds good and SMOOTH!
      I used delay and phasing on the lead track after recording the signal dry.
      I had a rotary effect on the rhythm track after recording dry as well.
      There was no other processing including any eq of any type used on this track.
      Well, I did normalize it to get an even volume!

      Love to know what you all think of the track..​
    2. Everyone on the Harmony Central Board seems to not like the blues.​

    Gary
     
  2. riffy

    riffy Member

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    Thank man for listening and taking your time to comment. I guess the blues are something a little different to us all:D The guitar is a little processed with the delay and phasing and also the rotary effect on the
    rhythm guitar!

    Gary
     
  3. Telebluze

    Telebluze Gold Supporting Member

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    I'm with coreybox, it's not what I'd call bluze either, but it is pretty cool. It's got a good groove, sort of reminds me of some of the Reverend Billy G's more experimental stuff, ala Recycler. Nonetheless keep on layin' it down man!!!

    Peace
    Ken
     
  4. johnfindlay

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    nice playin/vibrato-maybe a little less eko-for definition.
     
  5. lhallam

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    Take what I say with a grain of salt. I don't claim to be a hot gtrist. This is just one guy's opinion.

    You've got the Pink Floyd vibe going. I dig spooky music. Nice tone, good intention/feel.

    With all that echo going on, it's tough to establish a pocket. Listen and tap your finger along with the hi-hat and listen to see if you are landing in the cracks near the end of phrases.

    A little more clarity between instruments would be nice.

    You've got a lot of gtr sounds in there so give yourself and the listener a little break and allow more space between lines. Miles Davis is a great model using rests as part of the music. You don't have to fill every second with notes, especially on a feel like this.

    This sounds like it would be very good as an ending solo on a vocal tune.

    Good job keeping the number of choruses down. Good stretches, more vibrato on the stretches please.

    All in all sounds good, keep at it.
     

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