I think this is the strongest track Amy has recorded in her career so far. Her vocals are the so controlled but in terms of production, she's definitely stripped back. For each line, there are definitely fewer vocal tracks playing at once and it sounds much better. One thing I always disliked about Evanescence songs is the sheer amount of tracks playing at once, sometimes everything just blurs when the band is playing on top of it. That doesn't happen on this song and I think it's because there's no obligation to have a guitar or drum part - it just happens naturally.
Post by FallenEvArmy on Jan 15, 2015 13:30:08 GMT -6
I got a little nostalgic today when I realized that I hadn't mixed or edited any Ev songs for a while, so I decided to edit the ending so that it sounds more natural. Instead of it ending abruptly, it loops for a bit whilst fading out.
I don't think I can post the download link here, but if you visit the video on YouTube itself, you can find a link in the description Hope you guys like it.
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