Hey man. God music, you need better control of the vocal distortion though, as some frequencies causes that self-oscillation kind of runaway feedback. It can be done by EQing before the distortion effect or adding some kind of levelling threshold to pull back the troublesome bands. The other thing that I noticed was vocal clicks. You need to gate your vocals (I’m not a “vocal” guy) or manually edit to get rid of these mouth noises (Listen @0:45 - 0:54 for example). The last thing, I’d say, is the retro feel - It just feels like dreamy distortion to me. Maybe low pass it some, to tame the highs, or try a really tight band-pass. The self-oscillation may sound OK then too. I’d look into how the device you want to replicate works, and the spectral landscape it produces. But it’s not retro enough for me anyway. I thought you’d want honest feedback, that’s why we post on here, after all. These are just my reactions. Good luck with it!
(BTW, I can hear pitch correction in that vocal, right? I’m just curious. I can really hear some artefacts @~1:13)
I really appreciate the feedback, that’s what I am looking for to improve my music production skills. I am just experimenting with retro sound, (by cutting high and some low bands) yes there are some corrections using cubase 12 VariAudio that’s probably what is creating some of the artefacts… I will certainly take your advice under consideration and improve the vocal track…