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Studio4


Member Since: 19 Nov 2007
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About Me
We are a group of five musicians, contrary to the name, that got together about two years ago while playing hookie from work. From meager beginnings to our current meager situation, we write try to write from a positive standpoint, Hehe, with a message. Its not beyond us to write a song with a line or two about underwear. About half of our music is faith based, but not the regular style you may have heard.
Seriously, If you like our songs, please comment. If you don't, please comment. We love to get feedback for the sake of growth. Thanks for reading!

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In The Garden
by C. Austin Miles (1868-1946)
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Siempre Tu
by Carlos Cuenca
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Grateful
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News
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You
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Lucky Day
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PhilipHowie
Compositionally, your songs show that you can play in a wide variety of styles while still retaining your own sound, which is good. You might want to look into varying the sound within each song a little more though. Make more of a difference between verse and chorus to keep your listener interested and entertained.

Hope those comments come across as useful and not too critical! Good luck!
6 years ago

PhilipHowie
Hello - sorry it's taken me FOREVER to get around to listening to your tracks and commenting.

Firstly, how do you record your tracks? The production is generally very good but a couple of areas are letting you down. While the instruments are in general very clear, the vocals are often very difficult to hear. If you want people to listen to your clever lyrics, you need to do something about that! As well as tidying up the recording of the vocals, you might consider trimming some frequencies out of particularly the keyboard/string sound which is masking the vocals on eg 'In the Garden'.

Taking a little more care to tune your instruments will also help you to sound more professional - listen to the guitar on 'I Love to Breathe it In' and 'Lucky Day' and the flute on 'Grateful'.
6 years ago




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