LORDY LORDY by Ronald Arduini

Ronald Arduini

Broadjam Artist: Ronald Arduini
Song: LORDY LORDY

Reviewer: Ali Edwards

Positive Comments: great unique jazz. like the vocal feel and intensity. Some neat changes and added short harmonys.

Constructive Comments: some parts of singing get slightly rushed and come back a little off pace. but great style. Some parts of lyrics were very hard to hear or understand of what was been sung/said.keep an eye out for drums being to over powering, specially on the cymbals.nice job.

I Really Love Your Mind by Bill Dake

Bill Dake

Broadjam Artist: Bill Dake
Song: I Really Love Your Mind

Reviewer: Ali Edwards

Positive Comments: nice chord structures and vocal management.

Constructive Comments: the overall recording is a Tad too loud. i would think about the drumming sequence and look to see if it could have been tighter. “Quantize” is a good option if your not primarily a drummer and if the option to use it is there.a good song, just need to tweak a bit.

Destined to Fly by Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)

Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)

Broadjam Artist: Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)
Song: Destined to Fly

Reviewer: Ali Edwards

Positive Comments: love all concepts of this tune. reminds me a bit of Fourplay”like the changes . The crescendo was a nice touch along with the lead out to the ending.

Constructive Comments: (only a thought) perhaps the guitar and string/brass that enter in the crescendo/breakdown, don’t need to be quite so powerful, that it distracts away from the percussion and pads.nice work,.!

The Red Light by Jeff Maguire

Jeff Maguire

Broadjam Artist: Jeff Maguire
Song: The Red Light

Reviewer: Ali Edwards

Positive Comments: drum arrangements works well with the tune. trumpet is a good sample for most part, and the fills work well with the arrangement.

Constructive Comments: it starts off well, and the notes of the trumpet (for what ill call the verse) when it kicks in can be quite piercing. the chorus parts with the stabs work well with the percussion, but a certain frequency/s on the trumpet during the Verse parts, is need of reduction. this will help stop the harshness of the trumpet through the song. second part of trumpet verse would sound exciting if perhaps the trumpet dropped in volume a little and played in the mid mix, while another instrument was added to compliment the trumpet. nice job.

The Sicilian by Aaron Hamblin

Aaron Hamblin

Broadjam Artist: Aaron Hamblin
Song: The Sicilian

Reviewer: Randy Calligan

Positive Comments: This is a very nice piece of music that I have to believe could be used in a large number of applications from movies to television. Very nice

Constructive Comments: Bottom end was a little muddy… I would’ve compressed it… but if that’s all I can find to bitch about you must be doing great

safe landing1 by Elester Steele

Elester Steele

Broadjam Artist: Elester Steele
Song: safe landing1

Reviewer: Marcel

Positive Comments: Nice instrumental and guitar work. Could be used in many ways. Very tight arrangement and backing tracks. Good listening either way, good work.

Constructive Comments: Not a whole lot to add. Good guitar and not too intrusive, let’s the song breathe. Many guitarists would overdo it on a song like this. Well done.

Let The Stars Decide / Rock Indie by Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Broadjam Artist: Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods
Song: Let The Stars Decide / Rock Indie

Reviewer: Marcel

Positive Comments: Interesting vibe. Good clean recording. Has a 70’s vibe going which I personally like.

Constructive Comments: The vocals in the verses could use a little boost, it’s a nice compact song and well arranged. Good production. Maybe a few aahs or oohs in the chorus could help boost it a little.