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Just an acoustic version I threw together when I was bored. GarageBand is such a wonderful tool!

MP3: 128.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 4.30 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 4:42
Date uploaded: Apr 09, 2012, 00:24 EDT Show more info
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I like the new version. The guitar playing sounds much stronger than it has in past versions of this track. I think that you could really use a break somewhere around 00:50 seconds in and just strum for like 16 seconds or so. Also, did you record the vocals separately from the main guitar track? If so, you might want to get another lead vocal track, though I like the backup vocals. Either way, you could at least double up on the lead vocals. The Beatles did this a lot to great effect...Thanks for sharing!!! -Shoham
 Apr 09, 2012, 15:18 EDT
The Airvents 
As always, thank you for the suggestions! When you say another lead, do you mean back and forth lead? Like a duet of sorts?
flag (Apr 13, 2012, 11:44 EDT)
WalaWalaWala 
I think what would be good would be to double up on the vocals, here's an example from The Beatles' first album: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwpBUQSSnwA In the first ten seconds they mulktitracked the lead vocals (Paul), so not really call and response, or even harmonies, but multiple takes of the same line, and in stereo. This is a technique that George Martin, The Beatles' producer invented. and which they used a lot, and helped popularize in the 60's. It makes it sound like there's a bunch of singers, instead of just one. I think it also has the effect of making other people want to sing along as well. -Shoham
flag (Apr 13, 2012, 13:18 EDT)
WalaWalaWala 
Here's another example from Raum: http://www.feed-forward.net/w.4058_Child_of_Nature
flag (Apr 22, 2012, 15:27 EDT)