Wow, buddy. That sounds pretty sad. Are you sure they're as bad as you think? It's often hard if not impossible to perform, write, record, etc. the way we imagine in our heads. I've heard countless artists say some of their least favorite songs are their most popular. Not exactly what you're saying, but it illustrates my point. Having someone else, impartial (not a relative or friend) listen to your work and give you constructive feedback is worth its weight in gold. I'd be glad to listen to some of your work and let you know what I think.davidira wrote: ↑Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:40 amI get red light suck syndrome. Working on a track - trying me best to edit the 'suck' out of my performance. Surrendered - gonna go back and do it right. Wrong at the source - wrong everywhere else. I don't get it - simple lines that I would have no problem playing live and singing over - then when I review the recording (which I thought was OK at time of take) - it just plain sucks!
Of course, if you're told that your impressions are correct, then do the usual. Practice more, take more lessons and oh, this is equally important, get to know the editing software that is out there that fixes pitch, timing, and become familiar with 'comping'. Works like a charm.