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ok, volume is fixed, and the title too. Maybe soon I will mix it better or perhaps just move on to better things. Thanks to those who gave excellent advice on previous version.

and the #2 version has been deleted (actually this is #2).

Guest said

crazy good guitar tones, I like it.

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unadjustedeye said

yes you can

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b3nny said

oddly attractive, great job

Guest said

keep it going...love this so much Id love to colab....what is your email?

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Sandy Gritt said

really digging it. creepy, catchy...itchy, scratchy. sweet groove.

Guest said

good shit as we say out here in the East coast!

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Klarion said

I can move to this beat :))

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Dave Berry said

You got it going on, great creativity here.

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sinuata said

Nice track; the bass & guitar fit well together, tonally. I can't upload an unsegmented version of MFR to alonetone because of the 40Mb limit, but you can download it here instead: http://www.sinuata.net/sounds/mfr/sinuata-%20MFR%20%28unbroken%29.mp3 enjoy!

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trying to send you some info but it doesn't seem to be going through.

Guest said

more tracks fella.

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Jason Earls said

awesome man, killer groove.

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Johnny Stone said

Nice one mate it sounds very cool to me.

Guest said

ohhhhhhh beauutiful fuzzz

Guest said

Inna-Garage-Band-a-Davida! Very 60's Psychedelic Feel!

Guest said

Yeah, definitely has a cool retro rock feel! Love the spoken word stuff too - especially in the intro.

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mmi said

itunes->preferences->playback->Sound Check is the thing that is taking the quiet mp3 from garageband and upping the volume (it's probably normalizing; meaning it scans the file for the loudest part of the wave and adjusts the volume such that that loudest bit is at 0dB - or some other set loudness) Little known thing in Garageband... Track->Show Master Track Now, click the info button (bottom right). You'll see that you can apply all kinds of mastering presets here. Try some out. Congrats on the audio interface.

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c}{imps 8 my ears said

nice baum..eerie fantastic..

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Wildgeas Music said

Sounds pretty good on my end. I like this tune man. sorta 60's metal.

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Mrs. Nussbaum's Credit Card said

re:ghost, thanks for the feedback. I tried uploading it earlier with the levels much lower (not redlining at all). The result was that the volume was o low on alonetone you could barely hear it. I deleted it, went back and raised the levels till they were just barely hitting red at loud parts. Result was louder volume on alonetone, but still pretty quiet.

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ghst said

in regards to your reduced volume issue, it is most likely because the recording at some point in the signal process was distorted, so when you mixed it down in garage band it 'auto-normalized' it, meaning it reduced the volume to a point at which the signal on the main out in garageband was not distorting (red lining/going past 0 db). i would look to make sure that none of your inputs are red lining or that the mix on the main out is not red lining, then when you mix down in garageband and send to itunes the volume will most likely not be reduced. now as far as the song, i look forward to when you eq it and such, it has this kind of lounge demented sound to it. i imagine myself in a gritty scene potentially on an old nearly broken elevator.

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