Upstairs to C

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adu328 jams
step I
United States
JDF114 jams
United States
rp3drums518 jams
Ernie4401579 jams
step IV
TeeGee328 jams

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I fell in love with this song when I first heard it a few days ago. Beautiful singing by JDF, reminds me a bit of REM, and the guys did so well with their parts! So I went for cut a log story short, the whole band has been busy behind the scenes on working this one out. I have reached a point though where I no longer know what to tweak - every time I adjust one thing, ...
Tagged as / Sounds like:
dire straits, , REM


What a very good song you guys give my weekend a good start.:W+0
francisco al
bom trabalho legal+1
June 21 2016 09:08:05
francisco al
TeeGee Thank you Francisco :) +0
It´s a cool Song Guys. I've never been thinking about the fact that you could have so much fun.
When I upload these templates, then the first is boring. But that great here is to wikiloops that very many creative minds are here on the road, which can conjure up something "boring" very interesting. Many thanks to you all. And now TG .... great work on your guitar and mixing. I am pleased that you have added your creativity and your ability! Thanks man. :)
June 09 2016 22:43:01
TeeGee Thank YOU!! +1
Hey TG, cool version of JDF's tune .. your guitar part is super groovy man, nice playin broski! :) Like it a lot! The strings are a nice touch too.+1
June 08 2016 17:37:37
TeeGee Thanks man! And I did turn up the bass more than before, I hope you noticed it ;) +1
June 08 2016 17:38:41
Ernie440 LOL, you're a good man!! I did. :) :) +1
1st off, vocals sound great. I really like the soft strings in the chorus, and your guitar add sounds perfect. The rhythm guitar is high end, I know because I mixed it as well and it was tricky, but the end result is good. I think sometimes you have to stop while your ahead with the whole mixing me it sounds good! And yes a great song... thanks for joining...+1
June 08 2016 07:43:48
TeeGee Thanks man! I did what you suggested, including a bit more high end to the drums, I hope you can hear it. It is great when you get help on the mixing! +1
June 08 2016 08:12:45
rp3drums yeah, I noticed... sounds really good. It also helps you appreciate what they do in professional studios...tricky stuff +1
June 08 2016 08:33:57
TeeGee Yes, this is one of the revelations I had since starting to play here at wikiloops. I have so much admiration now for the sound technicians, I never knew how much they have influence on how a song sounds. I wish I could go and see a real sound engineer work, that would be so cool +0
Lenny Cowler
very good:)+1
June 08 2016 07:48:34
Lenny Cowler
TeeGee Thanks man! +1
Love what you did with your guitar chops man. Very clean sounding. 1:24 keys in there? I like that idea a lot in there. Glad you decided to jam man :)+1
June 08 2016 07:47:39
TeeGee Thanks, it was a great song to work on, love the lyrics and the vocals. I did mix some cello for the chorus, as rp3drums suggested that the chorus needed some backing. I tried with my guitar but that was too much, so I went with that. Glad you like it, hopefully we'll do another one soon :) +0
Sounds great TG. Although the vocal is loud enough to overcome the loud rhythm guitar, the guitar seems a tad loud to me. That's the only thing I noticed. I'm a terrible critic and don't like to be one, but I only mention it because you asked. Again, it's a really cool song and work by all :)+1
June 08 2016 00:27:25
TeeGee I appreciate your comments, no worries there. Thanks, It really helps when people give me input about the mixing, it really does! +1
Ya this is awesome such good work by all Bravo+1
June 08 2016 07:48:08
TeeGee Thanks man, appreciate it +1

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