I've been mostly lurking on this forum, I guess I'm feeling brave enough to submit my latest opus for critique. Recorded and mixed in Mixcraft Pro Studio 7, a collaboration of various remote...collaborators. A guitarist from Sweden, a midi contributor from Oklahoma, a keyboardist from...somewhere, and me in way upstate New York. I usually float a demo to my virtual bandmates, let them contribute whatever they feel like, then massage all hell out of it on my desktop. I'm pretty sure they don't recognize their parts when I'm finished with them I like to think of my musical style as Gordon Lightfoot and John Denver getting high with Paul McCartney at Bing Crosby's house. They all were alive and active at one point in my life. THAT would have been a jam, my friends! I'm not shooting for commercialism, obviously, but I am working toward a vanity album release this summer of some of my favorites. I didn't spend a load of time on the mastering, none actually, just pulled down a iZotope Ozone 5 preset out of laziness. When I pop out a CD I'm planning on having it professionally mastered by Cass Anawaty at Sunbreak Music. I picked up a rec to him from some thread on this forum and had him do a single for me last month, I was very pleased. Hopefully he'll give me a discount for the gladhanding! Love me some dynamic range, hope that shows. Also, screw drums! I promise to take any and all criticism or suggestions seriously. Thanks for listening!