When I attended a University music program, probably the one most beneficial things we did was a "Peer Review" amongst our fellow guitarists. Basically, all the guitarists would take turns performing a piece that they were working on, and the others would write one NEGATIVE comment for every one positive comment. This was so huge for me, because so often as musicians we shy away from criticizing each other (to each other's faces), or we take it personally if someone does criticize our playing and get defensive. The format of One Positive/One Negative, where everyone received some form of criticism helped me become aware of my faults without making me feel defensive.
We already have a video with members playing thread. I'm hoping this can be mostly an audio thread where people can post links to recordings they've done, and other members can offer their criticism not only the playing, but on the composition, arranging, recording, mixing, etc. If people leave their egos at the door and other members leave brutally honest but not spiteful criticisms, one can really be made aware of what they have to work on as a musician. What this shouldn't be is a "Hey check out my song!" thread, where other people say "hey man sounds good!" or make no comments at all.
So I'll start off, with an original composition. For me, I don't even want any positive comments, only negative please. Positive feedback sometimes has made me think I don't need to work on that anymore.
If for some reason you made it through that, the rest of that recording session is here:
All of the tunes are original besides Litha and The Saga of Harrison Crabfeathers.