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https://soundcloud.com/stephan-mathos/the-dreamingand-the-damage-done-instrumental A few weeks ago I posted this track and got a lot of mixed reviews regarding the vocals. After a lot of thought, I'm strongly considering dumping the vocals entirely and leaving this track as an instrumental only. I originally wrote this song as an instrumental and I feel like the vocals ultimately distract from the sound. I also made some subtle enhancements to the guitar tone and beat programming. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts on the instrumental vs vocal version. Vox version is on my Soundcloud. Any feedback would be massively appreciated. Thanks again.
What I am wondering from this song is whether the theme of running (jogging) and the idea of running towards happiness in the form of a loved one come together adequately. Does one get a sense of the narrator's struggle to get where he is? Run From Monday I saw you walking your dog As my lungs Begged for more fuel, I played it cool I would have ran to catch you But I had Miles to go, I'm far from home The tension, like a sickness, Does embrace Weighted shoulders, Taking over The sidewalk is unyielding Propelling me from this place Exhale the dark Now my life starts [Chorus] Today is a paper cut, today is a paper cut Frequent exposure makes the skin rough Layers of crosshatch, strange to the touch Tomorrow another one, tomorrow another one There were times when This distance Was out of reach I was not good Enough, and Neither was she [bridge] I've been practicing, can't you tell All the things I do so well I've been practicing how to speak With tenderness, before I sleep Like most good things I hold true This starts and ends with you
Hello everyone. I recently made a track: https://soundcloud.com/dreamcatcherdream/pleiades-pattern-reprise?in=dreamcatcherdream/sets/poolsides I am kindly asking for some critique about the track and what I should do to make it better. Thank you very much for your answers!