“Wandering” – Love the chords at the intro and the melody of the singing at the onset. Yet it sounds like at least 2 unison tracks were attempted for the vocals and one of the tracks seems slightly out of tune throughout the whole song. It catches the feel of “wandering” though. I get a sense that the song is about dreams coming through in another dimension, but not in this one.
“Smooth Rings” – On this song I immediately felt that the bass guitar and drums, and the poetic talking on the verses, are competing against each other for attention. Vocals, drums, and bass are the only instruments present. The drummer is fantastic, but sometimes I felt what’s being played on drums is overpowering the bass and singing. In addition, the timing of bass rifts are a little off with the drums sometimes. It is hard to nail down whether the drummer needs to adapt to Jeff or Jeff to the drummer.
“D.O.L. Part 1 The Golden Ratio” – It is discovered in this song that D.O.L. means, “Dreaming Out Loud”. He did a much better job than prior songs at organizing the percussion to match the different sections. Yet the tracks don’t seem mixed (balanced) with the vocals well.
Jeff Whitt is on the right track for getting his Multi-Demensional Depth Perception album’s message out there. My concern is that the album was rush recorded and that many of the songs were not practiced enough to nail exactly how he wants them to be perceived (no pun intended) by the public. I recommend an entire Album redo with a professional producer and a clearer website that helps to reveal the backstory and mission of his project without any confusion. New potential fans can then make a decisive decision whether to follow his career or not.