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B-soul
Broken Part II
B-soulBroken Part II
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This is a song dealing with mental health and my issues coping

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4 Responses to “Broken Part II”

  1. The music is well made and effective, especially the keys, the vocals not on the same level. Imagine the singer as ******* son of Tom Waits and it makes a fab parody, but, as I think it is a serious piece I have some suggestions.
    Use a subtractive eq method to remove the “honk” and tame the “rasp”. Frank Sinatra yer not, but I think with subtractive eq and colorful compression this could move into Morrison territory, sit better with the backer and be a more effective tune in general for you.

    Daug

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