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    Kevin254
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-07

    I’m a musician, songwriter, and striving audio engineer looking to improve my music production abilities...

    Currently, what I keep noticing is that every time I put together my guitar and bass parts, they sound fine to me initially, but as soon as it’s time to overdub my drummer’s parts, everything I worked on sounds sluggish, janky, and I just start feeling overwhelming doubt in my abilities... we both are recording to the same click, and our parts sound fine isolated, but together they don’t work.

    I don’t know what the problem is. I know it’s not a problem when we play live together because we sync up so well, but obviously not when it comes to overdubs... What do I do? Some people mention if I’m going to record my parts beforehand, then I should record to a basic drum beat to get more of a feel. On some stuff I do for others it’s no problem, my parts come out fine.

    However I if I try doing that with my music, it changes the feel of what I’m working on... Is this just the nature of the beast that is music production? Or do I just suck and need to get better at playing to a click? Is this a drummer issue thinking they are perfect at keeping tempo with a click? I'm lost.https://19216881.org/ https://1921681001.link/ https://19216801.digital/

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