all the lights were plainly green
Here is a very obvious independent record.
The picture on the cover is very cool…showing the top of
an old car sticking up out of the sand on a beach. The insert
booklet is a hand-made 8-page creation, done very well considering.
I am going to get right into being critical on the recording.
I heard a combination of good and horrible technique. I heard
phasing issues, improper distances from instruments, however
it is very consistent throughout.
I can hear that the songwriting is very good. I like the
songs. Scott is definitely going in the right direction,
but has a way to go still in capturing the true essence of
his sound. I would gladly give direction and suggestions
if they are open. But the sound is just not solid. The drumming
falls out of time from start to finish. Practice with a metronome.
I will give this album a general thumbs up for a good attempt.
Keep it up!
1 (however, needs some work), “Here I Go”
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Beyer is a trained musician, performer, songwriter, arranger,
and self-taught businessman. After spending five years
in the Army Band he moved back to Portland, OR and began
designing sound systems and marketing pro audio gear.
He later was hired to book for a local Portland venue,
putting bands on stage seven nights a week where he reviewed
all CDs submitted. In 1998 he formed Beyer Sound Productions
with a goal to serve musicians.