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So as a test of my ability to record a song in Cubase SX, I put together this short little rock track called Quit Complaining.

My first problem with it was that a few friends of mine had issues with the ending, which I’m not sure how to fix. So I’ll wait until someone gives me specific instructions.

My second problem with it is that I just recently found out that the verse guitar riff is almost exactly the same as the riff in “She Hates Me” by Puddle of Mudd (which I like a lot). They’re fairly different tracks, but yet I’m still apparently accidentally a hack, which sucks. I usually prefer to deliberately be a hack instead of having it surprise me like this.

So I’ve uploaded it. You can check it out and judge me. It’ll be fun.

Posted on - October 25, 2002 [at] 8:07 pm by Brad
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3 Comments on this post

Jools on Complaints
October 26, 2002 at 3:12 pm

I can’t complain about Quit Complaining. The slight nasal quality of the singing was good and thae only improvement I can think of is the adding of a stalker’s creepy voicemail message (a la Difficult Situation).

Stuarty C on Complaints
October 27, 2002 at 11:36 am

It’s a good, chugging alt rock song. I like the recording. Personally, I think the ending works well. Good stuff, if a little generic.

dcomposed on Complaints
October 28, 2002 at 10:18 pm

I think the ending is super good. It reminds me of a truck backing up. Why that is good I don’t know, but it works.

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