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#363778 - 09/03/16 01:06 PM [] Re: Sweet Eyes [Re: David Snyder]
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Originally Posted By: David Snyder
Charlie,

I think the forum and the contest are two different things, so I would post it man. I am with Floyd.

This is a great lesson in "back to the basics" I guess. Your drum sound and guitar sounds are really great and not over-produced, and gosh, they were just stock RB effects. Same thing happened to me in Sonar the other day. I had put together a whole string of high dollar drum effects and they were sounding horrible, so I went into Sonar, and under generic effects chose something with a title like "Good Sounding Drums." And it was 1000 x better!!!

Maybe I have learned yet another lesson here.

smile


Dave, thanks for your continuing support. You are really turning out some toe rolling rockers yourself here recently.

Charlie
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#363779 - 09/03/16 01:07 PM [] Re: Sweet Eyes [Re: JoanneCooper]
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Originally Posted By: JosieC
Hi Charlie. Wow! This is just wonderful. All your hard work definatey paid off. Not easy to try and line up a vocal like that.
Great job!


Thanks JoAnne. It was a lot of fun. I appreciate you taking time to listen and comment here and on SoundCloud.

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#363780 - 09/03/16 01:08 PM [] Re: Sweet Eyes [Re: rodipoet]
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Originally Posted By: rodipoet
What a effort you made to restore your song! And it's woth it. Nice arrangement, nice vocals.


Thanks for listening and commenting Rob. I appreciate it.

Charlie
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#364388 - 09/07/16 07:14 PM [] Re: Sweet Eyes Singer/Songwriter Entry [Re: Joe -PG Music]
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Thanks Joe. I appreciate you taking time to listen.


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#364567 - 09/09/16 12:58 AM [] Re: Sweet Eyes Singer/Songwriter Entry [Re: Charlie Fogle]
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Hi Charlie,

Really enjoyed your song and the story behind it.

It was well worth the effort and a real contender.

Rec
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#364581 - 09/09/16 04:11 AM [] Re: Sweet Eyes Singer/Songwriter Entry [Re: receder]
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Originally Posted By: receder
Hi Charlie,

Really enjoyed your song and the story behind it.

It was well worth the effort and a real contender.

Rec


Thanks for taking time to listen and comment. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

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