johnnycake commented on June 13, 2009
Steve, I didn't want to like this, but I can't help myself...sort of like the way I felt about Stavros Flatly. You have found a really interesting sound and visual brief moment in all of our lives that created a lasting impression, and twisted it around into new shapes with respectful curiosity and good fun.
gentlerain commented on June 12, 2009
Score: 10 Steve,I liked the cresendo (I think that's what it is called) effect at the beginning and liked
the explosion into her singing. That is kinda the way her voice clicked into my head when she sang the first note on stage! I also liked the 'Stars Wars' outer-space sounds in the background. This would be catchy to the younger generation. Thanks for sharing. It was 'cool'...I think that's what the kids say now days. :D PS: I'm trying to be a 'cool' grandmother!!!
marijosmusic commented on June 12, 2009
It is no good idea. Susan's voice is nice, don't needs mixing effect!
someone who cares commented on June 11, 2009
Steve, that was great fun. Good for you. I hope others see what Susan's voice can do once she's in a studio with all of the wonderful sound effects and all. Susan's got a great voice and doesn't need any gimmicks, but it is fun to do things that can also catch the eye of the younger crowd.
camisu11 commented on June 11, 2009
Thanks Steve! I love the vibration and the trance!
sonia g commented on June 11, 2009
Very nice ! The trance sound gave to wonderful metallic Susan's voice a higher bright. She doesn't needs it,for sure, but I liked this effect.
LucyB commented on June 11, 2009
Oh Good Grief, this is akin to throwing slimy MUD on a priceless painting. I guess I just don't understand!!