Playing with post fader effects
I made this for a battle that it seems isn't going to happen. I think the guy that accepted my challenge may have not stuck around. Anyway, if he comes back I can re-post.
This is more of a test of my recording technique experiments than the song...I don't like my playing in this one, but I did think I improved the tone a bit through the use of some reverb and compression in the mix. This is post fader work on a recorded track, not effects in the guitar. Those that have heard my tone before let me know what you think. You can also check out previous work at my artist page.
Be brutile. I have my own ideas but I don't want to bias your ear. It ain't perfect, but is it an improvement? Any ideas what I might do to make it better?
Forgive the beginning...I haven't learned how to use the fader level recording system yet. I let the beginning be real low so it sounds better through most the track instead of being cranked.
The more sex we have the more we want and the less sex we have the more we want.
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