- Jul 2, 2015
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MUCH better in my opinion. While there is still some minor resonance in the song (which can actually be fixed with an equalizer), the quality makes it much more enjoyable than its previous version and I can actually appreciate the song itself now. It worked, that's for sure.@Benjamin: Thanks for the feedback, I re-uploaded 'In The Brain', re-mastered a bit, lowering the volume, and lowered the BPM from 115 to 110, which fixed the odd vocals and hopefully the drums? I couldn't really tell what exactly was odd with them, but let me know if that was what worked, if not I'll look into it a bit more. The link in the original post is the updated one, so just use that if you want to re-listen to it.
Damn, you're right. I wanted to write role-playing video game, I don't know why I wrote RPG game.@Benjamin Kuli: I like it, but everything feels out of sync with that percussive plucked string that repeats. It's also a bit repetitive.
RPG Game? Role-playing game game? Uh huh.
Thanks! For some reason the vocals in Ruby weren't mixed how they were on the Studio One software, I tried to amend this problem but couldn't. Overall I did like how these turned out!@TheSt0ryTeller: I like these! Get Lucky is an awesome song, so that was nice to see. I don't really have much criticism, other than I'd say that in Ruby, the voices were largely overpowered by the instruments, but I haven't heard the source and don't know if this was intentional, just something I noticed.