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Darkness is calling looking for some vocals!

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Allright.. as much as i hate to admit it.. it takes far more effort than i can manage at this moment to get vocals recorded on my own. It´s a lot of trial and error, and gazillion takes to get just something little bit recorded (it´s quite possibly i´m too harsh critic, but so far i´ve hated everything i´ve recored.. so to the trash it goes).

I was wondering if theres maybe someone  who might be willing to give it a try? Really, really gritty male vocals, and/or some female vocals preferably.. but i am willing to give everything a chance. Here´s the current song in need of finishing.. I would REALLY appreciate any help i can get.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/25tpd58c2dyw98f/2019 Project 18 reworked 2017 project 26d .mp3?dl=0

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44 minutes ago, TRPD said:

Hello! I would be interested in taking a shot and laying down some vocals. I was wondering if you had lyrics in mind or a vocal direction? 
Thanks,

Hey. Thanks for showing interest. It´s been a long day and i´m not far away from bedtime, but i´ll get back to you tomorrow. :) 

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19 hours ago, TRPD said:

Hello! I would be interested in taking a shot and laying down some vocals. I was wondering if you had lyrics in mind or a vocal direction? 
Thanks,

Someone managed to reach out to me before you yesterday.. so i´ll show him respect and won´t date more than one person at a time.. Sorry for not responding sooner, but i wasn´t finished talking to the other guy yesterday, and was so tired and mentally drained after a superlong day that i just couldn´t do any more interactions.. needed my downtime and sleep! :)  

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