On February 5. it will be one full year of relationship with my girlfriend. I'm playing bass for almost 4 months now, and classical guitar for somewhere more than a year. I'm mostly self-thought. I first wrote the lyrics and the simple B-A-E chord progression 6 months ago and sang it for her 18th birthday playing it on acoustic. From then on, the idea of turning that into my first full song has been lingering around my head. So when I started playing bass, I developed a few bass lines I could use... and I found a friend who wants to be a producer, so he's into that stuff. We recorded it with basic equipment, pretty much. Some cheap microphone, a basic Line6 DI, and some headphones. A Squier Standard Jazz and some mid range Ibanez guitar. We did the drums in some program, I can't recall witch one. I played the bass. I played rhythm guitar, as well. He did the fills and the solo, the fills were basically all my ideas and he came up with the solo, (which uses a part of Beat It by MJ), and he's playing for 10 years so I had to tell him to simplify it so it sounds like something I could play. I also did the main and backing vocals. Here it is *LOOK DOWN A FEW POSTS FOR THE LINK* Your opinion means a lot to me, especially about the bass part. Because we didn't have a lot of time (it took us 10hrs), I didn't really dial in the tone I wanted, he just set it up to his likings. I don't think the bass tone is prominent enough and I'm not sure it cuts through well enough, especially since he obviously cranked the bass on his guitar EQ, which I don't like. (He's primarily a metal player, so that might be why he did it.) What do you think about the mix? I wanted to get a more mid ranged, slightly more trebly, bridge open tone focused sound.