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Hell Inside - A Pseudo-Demo by pimathbrainiac

Started by pimathbrainiac, January 19, 2015, 04:31:06 pm

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pimathbrainiac

So I wrote a song (with lyrics and everything)! My voice sucks, but this counts as my "demo" of sorts. Also potato quality audio because I had to compress the video to upload to youtube.



What do you think?
Well, I'm bach here too!

DJ Omnimaga

I like it so far. :D  If you practice a lot I think you could eventually sing some pretty good songs. It's in tune all the time. There are parts that might sound better one octave higher but I am unsure if it's necessarily a good idea to push one's voice that hard especially at first. Also you're quite good at piano :D It must be pretty hard to not mess up too much when playing and signing an entire song in one sitting (as in, not signing 8 second chunks at a time then mashing them up in audacity)

Is it much harder to sign and play at once than only do one at a time? In a lot of bands, the signer doesn't play any instruments.

pimathbrainiac

Thanks! It is a lot harder to sing and play than to just sing, but with just chords while singing, it's a lot easier than one would think.
Well, I'm bach here too!

CKH4

I really like it but I think that occasionally you attempt to fit too many lyrics into a chord and your voice gets too quiet to hear. I really like the sound of the song.


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