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Hello, I hope you can help me on this. Sorry my grammar, the spanish is my native languaje. The thing is that Im the vocalist and songwritter of my recently formed band (kinda synth rock style) and we're having some trouble dealing with the arpeggiator beat. Some sound presets of the arpeggiator are quite simple and we can follow the beat with no problem, but we are trying some more interesting and complex sounds and then, if we dont turn the synth to the loudest we lose the beat, but then it sound turns too much invasive. What alternatives do you recommend to solve this situation. We are for now: vocals, guitar, bass, synth and we are about to add the drums (wich could make the situation worse). Help please!
Sooooooo, I read this is the place I can promote a song I released back in March. You can search for More Than by Arms Like Trees on all the music stuffs (Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, etc...). I made a lot of mistakes in my life and they cost me everything. After Christ redeemed me and I was reconnected with my sons, I recorded, mixed/produced, and mastered this song. I am working on an album with an acoustic album plan after that and then I have a concept album after that planned. I look forward to any feedback. I am not the best singer in the world, but I couldn't find anybody else who would take that part on. Thank you guys. Soli Deo Gloria, Boyd II
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