The Next Flight

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Jay D
Member Since: Jul 26, 2005

Hi! I just uploaded a brand new song, recorded yesterday (that is to be the 21th of december), called the next flight. I would love to get some comments on that one:) ! the adress is

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Since: Apr 03, 2002

Dec 23, 2005 01:43 pm

please don't double post.

I will listen later when I have a couple minutes...

Czar of Cheese
Since: Jun 09, 2004

Dec 23, 2005 04:39 pm

That's a really great song!! Very pop-oriented, yet not sickly sweet. You and your mates have a great sound. Beatles-influenced for sure!

As far as the mix goes, the vocals need to be a bit stronger and a bit higher in the mix.

Great stuff! I listened to some of your other music as well. I love your sound!

Jay D
Since: Jul 26, 2005

Dec 23, 2005 05:35 pm

Sorry, I won't double post again

Czar of Midi
Since: Apr 04, 2002

Dec 23, 2005 05:45 pm

Gotta agree with jim here. Very pop oriented, Beatle sound. As well you could probably stand to use some reverb gently to liven up the vocals and other instruments. But definately dont go overboard with the reverb. The drums sound pretty dry as they are even though they do sound as if they have some reverb on them. I would maybe try a little compresion on them to give them a little punch then add some reverb to them.

Otherwise I as well listened to some of the other tunes and found them writen very well in the pop rock genre.

Since: May 04, 2003

Dec 23, 2005 06:44 pm

hey dude,
Great song here:)

going with jim here... I also think the vocals could be a bit stronger and higher in the mix!

Is this all mono or is my headphone screweng with me?

if mono... try panning some stuff to open it up a bit


Jay D
Since: Jul 26, 2005

Dec 26, 2005 07:05 pm

thanks a lot guys! yeh you know I'm sort of a newbie when it comes to recording techniques etc, though I've been writing pop songs for quite a while. I can ensure you that loads of your tips will be embraced in the next recording!

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