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Hi,

For me it was time to play some blues again, it resulted in my latest song Blues Injection.

All comments are welcome :)

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nice track, production and guitar!!! ;)

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Hi worshiptuned,

Thank you!! :D

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Not exactly straight blues, but I see where you're going. It moves really nicely, and I love the guitar as always! You have to explain the vocal thing; sounds like some sort of plug-in, akin to the opera you had on some earlier tracks. If that's actually you singing, sorry!
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Hi Early,

Thank you for listening :)
You have to explain the vocal thing
- on Some few tunes I use session singers, but for the most part Opera, Indian, Syrian, Soul, High pitched Irish Girl etc. it`s "East west" libraries, drawing each note or playing it on the PC keyboard :D


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Nice
I like the fast pace and the slow singing combination. nice mix as well.

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Loved it, would've preferred just guitar all the way through though..great listen. :)
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@Massomi and Shadowfax - Thank you so much :D

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Nice guitar throughout, but I found the vocals to be a bit of a distraction as they came in. I know that this is a pretty subjective criticism, but I thought they were a little more gimmicky than there for a musical reason. I also felt that since the guitar was so solidly "real", that the rhythm section sounded a little too "unreal". There wasn't really a distinct bass in the mix. It sounded like the rhythm section was sort of in competition with itself, rather than "locked in", as a bassist, drummer, rhythm guitar/piano might've been. All of that being said, if you are happy with how this came out, that's great.

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That was weird and wonderful, I like it. I use a lot of EW samples too, this is the 1st time I've heard one of the vocal ones tho.
There's something very "Terminator" about hearing a machine singing!
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Hi Chubs,

Thank you! :D

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Hi Swetch,

Thank you for your feedback - much to consider in my next projects :)

But as a "one-man-band" / Producer I cant really afford real musicians as this is merely a hobby ;)

Some songs I made uses session singers, and as always it`s a more pro result - but also a costly one :)

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