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Post  Maverick31 on Sat Aug 16, 2014 1:33 pm

I've done like 25 since I last posted, but I'll just post a small sample of them.

Patton's Kool Aid Party- http://picosong.com/cBce

Richard Cheese's version of Rape Me- http://picosong.com/cBcb

Pearl Jam's Black- http://picosong.com/cBcK

Nirvana's cover of Lake of Fire- http://picosong.com/cBcH

Patton's Maritime- http://picosong.com/cBcW

Orbison's Running Scared (sorry for all of the delay)- http://picosong.com/cB9V

And I know I'm still pitchy, but I'm trying here.
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Post  Baritone on Sat Aug 16, 2014 1:54 pm

The original vocals are superimposed to yours making them mistakable sometimes and also get rid of that effect of distant singing which most probably you added using Audacity for some weird reason: that creates a 1960s atmosphere. Also, what's up with your cobain-esque screams? They're pratically one octave higher coming from some rather relaxed lower 4th octave singing and come unexpected... I would have preferred more relaxed and sad-sounding 3rd/4th octave singing a la "The Man Who Sold The World" Nirvana cover instead of mad-sounding screams.
In "Rape Me" cover you sound like a man yelling from inside the car with a megaphone but hey, You're mike patton, after all, so you like to experiment  Whistle 

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Post  Maverick31 on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:03 pm

Baritone wrote:The original vocals are superimposed to yours making them mistakable sometimes and also get rid of that effect of distant singing which most probably you added using Audacity for some weird reason: that creates a 1960s atmosphere. Also, what's up with your cobain-esque screams? They're pratically one octave higher coming from some rather relaxed lower 4th octave singing and come unexpected... I would have preferred more relaxed and sad-sounding 3rd/4th octave singing a la "The Man Who Sold The World" Nirvana cover instead of mad-sounding screams.
In "Rape Me" cover you sound like a man yelling from inside the car with a megaphone but hey, You're mike patton, after all, so you like to experiment  Whistle 
LMAO! That was an awesome review, thank you for that! Sorry for the Cobain-like screams, but it is what it is. I guess I just like doing mad-sounding screams. Wink
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Post  Maverick31 on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:04 pm

BTW- the original vocals aren't superimposed, they're just there, because I sang over the original track.
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Re: Some new covers

Post  Lurex on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:07 pm

then mute it and find a karaoke track - you cannot tell your vocal is there other than by that horrific delay effect that's plaguing the tracks. i don't want to say anything bad, but since i cant hear any actual singing over the sound of the original tracks (which you've been told for years now) it's pointless to listen to them or critique them since i see you haven't stopped hiding behind other peoples voices after listening to just one track.
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Post  Baritone on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:11 pm

If you want your vocals to be judged, they should be more audible, that's all what I'm saying and stop overabusing vocal effects (Man yelling with a microphone etc. etc.) and use them only if you really want others to empathize. Example: Do you want to sing 1950s music and make the listener feel like really they're in the 50s or stuff like that?
Well, use your baritonal singing and quality and add an effect that makes your voice more like you're crooning a la Bing Crosby/Frank Sinatra...

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Post  Lurex on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:15 pm

or don't add any effects, don't use any tracks, and just sing it a capella. or make the track QUIETER. this isn't the first time you've heard this from us so idk why i'm bothering.
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Post  Baritone on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:17 pm

Larry \"The Great" Lurex wrote:or don't add any effects, don't use any tracks, and just sing it a capella.  or make the track QUIETER.  this isn't the first time you've heard this from us so idk why i'm bothering.

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Re: Some new covers

Post  Lurex on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:24 pm

if you quote and bold me one more god damn time i'll scaphise you.
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Post  Maverick31 on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:26 pm

I apologize folks, It's just what I had to offer.
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Post  Baritone on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:27 pm

Larry \"The Great" Lurex wrote:if you quote and bold me one more god damn time i'll scaphise you.

Uh?  Eh 

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