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Raleigh Road (EP edit)

By Abludo on May 31, 2020 9:07 pm

So I’ve edited week 15, changed the key, re-recorded it, wrote lyrics and added more parts. More produced drums as well. Really loving this! I’ve been finishing up a few other edits to put together an EP of 5 songs called “Saying Goodbye Till the Summer” which I’ll release in a couple weeks. Hope you enjoy this refined song smile

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June 1, 2020 12:45 pm

Beautiful song and production. Great job on the vocals and harmony. I like the subtle delay effect. This song could easily be twice as long.  Ends too soon!

June 5, 2020 12:17 pm

I like the additions, however the previous version had a certain level of low-keyness to it. I feel you can combine both versions, using the old one as intro and bridge in addition to this song.

It'd also satisfy NWSPR, because it'd make the song twice as long.

June 6, 2020 9:54 am
NWSPR wrote:

Beautiful song and production. Great job on the vocals and harmony. I like the subtle delay effect. This song could easily be twice as long.  Ends too soon!

Devieus wrote:

I like the additions, however the previous version had a certain level of low-keyness to it. I feel you can combine both versions, using the old one as intro and bridge in addition to this song.

It'd also satisfy NWSPR, because it'd make the song twice as long.

Thanks guys! I agree with you Devieus - I liked the low-key-ness - but that came with the key. The bass guitar couldn't have so much prominence in the key I changed it to, so I could sing comfortably.

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