Define (Hard Rock Album, GP5, RSE MP3s)


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aceral1715
07-10-2009, 04:08 PM
Hey guys, its been a while since i've been on here, but I've been saving all of my compositions until I had a whole album ready and here it is :D

Define has 9 songs which are, more or less, all hard rock. It has 2 instrumental pieces, Never Say Goodbye and Over The Sunrise. I may add more songs to it in the future.

For the MP3's, you must right-click and save target as to get them, or you can open their URLs in your media player. If someone knows how to embed them or make them small enough to attach, please tell me.

This is the first album I've ever composed, so crit is really welcome, and C4C, as always.

Without further ado, here are the track listings.


1) My Apocalypse - This song was on UG a while back, but I'm guessing its faded away now, but it's one of my favourites off this album. (MP3 (http://www.balasrus.com/vishal/my apocalypse.mp3))

2) Enemy - This one was on here a while back too. It's among the first songs I ever composed. (MP3 (http://www.balasrus.com/vishal/enemy.mp3))

3) Raining Fire - This one was on UG as well, I think. It doesn't have a vocal melody yet. (MP3 (http://www.balasrus.com/vishal/raining fire.mp3))

4) Never Say Goodbye - This song was composed for a friend who was moving out of the country. It's one of the instrumentals on the album. (MP3 (http://www.balasrus.com/vishal/never say goodbye.mp3))

5) Shine - This is another one of the first songs I ever composed, and it's a really simple song. (MP3 (http://www.balasrus.com/vishal/shine.mp3))

6) Over The Sunrise - This is the first instrumental song I ever composed. The mp3 is an actual recording, albeit a badly mixed one. (MP3 (http://www.balasrus.com/vishal/over the sunrise (better drums).mp3)) (NO GP5, ONLY MP3)

7) Harmony - This is one of the more melodious songs on the album and the only one that doesn't have a guitar solo :P (MP3 (http://www.balasrus.com/vishal/harmony.mp3))

8) Define - This is one of the more different songs I composed as it has multiple choruses that are repeated and I think there are only 1 or 2 verses in the whole song. (MP3 (http://www.balasrus.com/vishal/define.mp3))

9) The Beacon - This is the longest song I have composed to date (10:36) and is the big finale for the album. It consists of 2 parts of which the second is probably the favourite piece of music I have ever made so far. The mp3 is a little older than the GP file, so there may be small differences. (MP3 (http://www.balasrus.com/vishal/the beacon rse.mp3))

Lyrics will be posted in a separate post because they won't fit in here.

aceral1715
07-10-2009, 04:13 PM
LYRICS



My Apocalypse

VERSE 1
Gotta breathe,
Gotta breathe to keep on living.
Gotta feel,
What life's got me feeling.

Gotta dream,
Gotta dream of freedom.
Gotta fight,
Fight this deadly venom.

VERSE 2
Gotta see,
Gotta look deep inside.
Gotta believe.
Defy being defied.

Gotta lie,
And say whatever it takes.
Gotta smile,
Like the world ain't about to break.

CHORUS
Wicked eyes,
Follow my every move,
Vicious tongues,
Fortell my doom.

Don't wanna watch,
As the sands of time slip.
I won't let this be,
My apocalypse.

VERSE 3
Gotta wait,
Wait for the signs.
For me to grow,
And crush my confines.

Gotta rise up,
Gotta cross the battlefield.
Face the enemy,
Claim my victory.

CHORUS

GUITAR SOLO

CHORUS x2



Enemy

VERSE 1
Don't tell me,
That I can't live in the past, and
Don't try to get me,
To change my mind.

Don't fight me,
Until I'm broken inside, and
Don't be my enemy,
Tonight.

CHORUS
Cause the sooner you're gone,
The sooner I can breathe,
Don't make me beg,
I just need you to hear me,
My door is open,
So feel free to leave,
And never return.

VERSE 2
Don't believe,
That you've won this war, and
Don't grieve,
For this permanent scar.

Don't make this harder,
Than it needs to be,
You don't wanna leave,
Bruised and bloody.

CHORUS

BREAKDOWN - Powerchords (Whispered)
Flee my friend,
From the darkening night.
Flee my enemy,
Before your soul ignites.
Flee my brother,
From the shadow's embrace.
Flee my killer,
From the jaws of fate.

BREAKDOWN - Harmony riff (Screamo)
Flee my friend,
From the darkening night.
Flee my enemy,
Before your soul ignites.
Flee my brother,
From the shadow's embrace.
Flee my killer,
From the jaws of fate.

GUITAR SOLO

CHORUS x2

OUTROVERSE 1
Don't tell me,
That I can't live in the past, and
Don't try to get me,
To change my mind.

Don't fight me,
Until I'm broken inside, and
Don't be my enemy,
Tonight.

CHORUS
Cause the sooner you're gone,
The sooner I can breathe,
Don't make me beg,
I just need you to hear me,
My door is open,
So feel free to leave,
And never return.

VERSE 2
Don't believe,
That you've won this war, and
Don't grieve,
For this permanent scar.

Don't make this harder,
Than it needs to be,
You don't wanna leave,
Bruised and bloody.

CHORUS

BREAKDOWN - Powerchords (Whispered)
Flee my friend,
From the darkening night.
Flee my enemy,
Before your soul ignites.
Flee my brother,
From the shadow's embrace.
Flee my killer,
From the jaws of fate.

BREAKDOWN - Harmony riff (Screamo)
Flee my friend,
From the darkening night.
Flee my enemy,
Before your soul ignites.
Flee my brother,
From the shadow's embrace.
Flee my killer,
From the jaws of fate.

GUITAR SOLO

CHORUS x2

OUTRO



Raining Fire

VERSE 1
Raise your arms,
Carry on,
March to the beat of the drums.

Under the setting sun,
Sinking beneath the horizon,
The vultures gather,
Hunger in their eyes.

VERSE 2
The enemy ain't too far,
They're getting close.

In fact they're in our hearts,
Oh, in our very bones.

CHORUS
Why do we go on,
How much more,
Do they,
Require,
Me to be.

And will,
I still be here tonight,
When it's raining,
Fire,
On me.
Whoa Whoa.

INTERLUDE

VERSE 3
Life always seems so,
Beautiful,
When you're lying,
Outside death's door.

Oh, there's nowhere to run,
And now there's nowhere to hide,
And here they come,
It's time.

CHORUS

GUITAR SOLO 1

CHORUS

BRIDGE(Instrumental)

GUITAR SOLO 2

CHORUS x2



Shine - Lyrics in vocal track of GP5

aceral1715
07-10-2009, 04:16 PM
REMAINING LYRICS



Harmony

VERSE 1
A blow,
To the heart,
Leaving me exposed.

Your words,
Giving me,
More than I can hold.
(ooh)

VERSE 2
Turn,
Away,
All my apologies.
(Whoa-o-o-o)

Don't,
Leave me here,
Down on my knees.

Oh,

PRE-CHORUS
The fire,
In your eyes,
burns me.
Don't you see that,
Between you,
And me,
There exists perfect harmony.

CHORUS
Oh,
Strike my note,
I'll strike yours,
And together,
We'll make a song.

With,
The two of us,
Alone in the world,
Just where,
We belong.

VERSE 3
It's time,
That you met,
The real me.

I've never,
Shown you,
What I could be.

Oh,

PRE-CHORUS
There's more,
To this,
Than what you can see.
Let me show you that,
Between you,
And me,
There exists perfect harmony.


CHORUS
Oh,
Strike my note,
I'll strike yours,
And together,
We'll make a song.

With,
The two of us,
Alone in the world,
Just where,
We belong.

CHORUS(2)
Right,
By your side,
I'll be holding your hand,
Through this,
Hurricane.

It'll,
Never last,
Against us,
'Cause we're,
Beyond pain.

OUTRO CHORUS
Oh,
Strike my note,
I'll strike yours,
And together,
We'll make a song.

With,
The two of us,
Alone in the world,
Just where,
We belong.



Define

VERSE 1

Left in the corner,
Like a pile of dust.
Don't I matter,
Anymore?

Scarred from attacks,
And insults,
Even though I don't let it,
Show.

PRE-CHORUS

Let me in,
I don't deserve this,
Punishment.

Let it end,
I swear i'm,
Innocent.

CHORUS A

Oh, you shot me in the heart,
But your words hurt more.
I asked you for a chance,
But you left me on the floor.

Like my killer in the dark,
Come to settle an old score.
With his knife in his hand,
But i'm not ready to close the door.

INSTRUMENTAL BRIDGE I

INTERLUDE

CHORUS B

All the smiles,
Just faces for the lies.(For lies)
Friendly faces sneer at me,
From behind.

What i've lost,
Won't come back with time. (With time)
Who I am,
Is something I can't Define.

CHORUS A

Oh, you shot me in the heart,
But your words hurt more.
I asked you for a chance,
But you left me on the floor.

Like my killer in the dark,
Come to settle an old score.
With his knife in his hand,
But i'm not ready to close the door.

INTERLUDE

GUITAR SOLO

INTERLUDE

INSTRUMENTAL BRIDGE II

CHORUS B

CHORUS A

CHORUS A(with guitar lead) x2



The Beacon

VERSE 1

Footprints in the sand,
Blown away by the winds of change.
Yesterday's tears,
Still fall like rain. (Ooh)

VERSE 2

Clouds fill the sky,
Banishing the last rays of light.
As heaven's angels go home,
Leaving me alone, tonight.

CHORUS

Oh,
Where can I hide,
When I am the enemy?
Oh,
How can I choose a side,
When choices become deadly?

Give me,
A reason to fight.
Make me believe,
I'll still be alive tonight.
If I should be,
The next to die,
Do what you must,
And follow me into the light.

VERSE 3

All my thoughts,
Scream within my head,
(Rest)
But nobody hears them.
All the knots,
That tie me to life,
Have,
Been severed.

As I sit here and rot,
My time away,
One last question,
Still remains.

CHORUS

Oh,
Where can I hide,
When I am the enemy?
Oh,
How can I choose a side,
When choices become deadly?

Give me,
A reason to fight.
Make me believe,
I'll still be alive tonight.
If I should be,
The next to die,
Do what you must,
And follow me into the light.


6/8 BREAKDOWN I


CHORUS

Oh,
Where can I hide,
When I am the enemy?
Oh,
How can I choose a side,
When choices become deadly?

Give me,
A reason to fight.
Make me believe,
I'll still be alive tonight.
If I should be,
The next to die,
Do what you must,
And follow me into the light.

CHORUS

Oh,
Where can I hide,
When I am the enemy?
Oh,
How can I choose a side,
When choices become deadly?

Give me,
A reason to fight.
Make me believe,
I'll still be alive tonight.
If I should be,
The next to die,
Do what you must,
And follow me into the light.


6/8 Breakdown II

(SEC 1)
Look into the eyes,
Of the people that surround you.
Look into their eyes,
The eyes hold the truth.

(SEC 2 | Vocal Canon)
You can't just stand up,
And walk away.
(You can't just stand up,
And walk away.)

Not when you're stuck,
In the gravity of fate.
(Not when you're stuck,
In the gravity of fate.)

Vocals go "Ooh" during guitar lead

You can't just stand up,
And walk away.
(You can't just stand up,
And walk away.)

Not when you're stuck,
In the gravity of fate.
(Not when you're stuck,
In the gravity of fate.)

Vocals go "Ooh" during guitar lead
x2


BUILD-UP


CHORUS

Oh,
Where can I hide,
When I am the enemy?
Oh,
How can I choose a side,
When choices become deadly?

Give me,
A reason to fight.
Make me believe,
I'll still be alive tonight.
If I should be,
The next to die,
Do what you must,
And follow me into the light.

CHORUS

Oh,
Where can I hide,
When I am the enemy?
Oh,
How can I choose a side,
When choices become deadly?

Give me,
A reason to fight.
Make me believe,
I'll still be alive tonight.
If I should be,
The next to die,
Do what you must,
And follow me into the light.


(End of Part 1 / Start of Part 2)


Verse (1 OR 5)

Footprints in the sand,
Blown away by the winds of change.
Yesterday's tears,
Still fall like rain.

Clouds fill the sky,
Banishing the last rays of light.
As heaven's angels go home,
Leaving me alone, tonight.

CHORUS (Different, with same lyrics)

Oh,
Where can I hide,
When I am the enemy?
Oh,
How can I choose a side,
When choices become deadly?

Give me,
A reason to fight.
Make me believe,
I'll still be alive tonight.
If I'm,
The next to die,
Do what you must,
And follow me into the light.


GUITAR SOLO (over different chorus' chord progression)


CHORUS (Different, with same lyrics)

Oh,
Where can I hide,
When I am the enemy?
Oh,
How can I choose a side,
When choices become deadly?

Give me,
A reason to fight.
Make me believe,
I'll still be alive tonight.
If I should be,
The next to die,
Do what you must,
And follow me into the light.

CHORUS (Original)

Oh,
Where can I hide,
When I am the enemy?
Oh,
How can I choose a side,
When choices become deadly?

Give me,
A reason to fight.
Make me believe,
I'll still be alive tonight.
If I should be,
The next to die,
Do what you must,
And follow me into the light.

Amuro Jay
07-11-2009, 11:52 PM
I listened to My Apocalypse because it had an intriguing title.

Quality songwriting there. The melodies are great, and they linger in your mind long after the song finishes. Transitions were excellent throughout the entire song. If you ever record this with a full band, send me a link, I'd love to hear it.

jimmyled
07-12-2009, 09:20 AM
My Apocalypse: Reminded me of A7X. The name is taken BTW. Really nice Intro. The Interlude and the verses were very nice. I liked how the melody fit with the guitar. The second verse was even better, but I think the melody should be changed a bit. The Chorus reminded me of another song, but you probably wouldn't know it, as it's by an Israeli band. The third verse was also really nice. The Solo was real quality, Both challenging to the player and nice. I liked how the song ended. On the whole, A Masterpiece.
Enemy: Also sounds like A7X (Not a bad thing, the Waking the fallen the fallen style). Intro was amazing. Verses were high quality too, I liked how only the Bass played. Chorus was nice too, a little too generic, but not too bad. Breakdown wasn't really a Breakdown, more of a bridge, but NVM. It was really nice. Solo was very good too, Not as good as the one on My Apocalypse. The ending Chorus was pretty nice, fitting as the Outro, although putting the main riff there was good too. Very well written.
Raining Fire: Intro was really good, as were the verses, though a little repetitive. Chorus was very nice too, although it reminded me of Pennyroyal Tea. I liked the third verse best. The Solo was nice, a little too simple. Bridge was just Beautiful. Second Solo was very good, much better than the first. The Outro Solo in the Chorus was really nice. So far I would buy the **** out of this album.
Never Say Goodbye: Intro was very nice, I especially liked the slower part which continued in the verse, which was even better. Pre-Chorus was fine. Chorus was very nice. Second Verse was really good. I didn't really like the four Choruses together. Bridge was a little of a let-down, too major for my taste. Solo was nice, a little too technical and lacking Melody, but still very good. Outro was nice, a little repetitive, but the ending was really good. Worst off the album, although that's not saying much.
Shine: Intro was really great. Shame the verse were exactly the same, but never-mind. Chorus was so far best chorus off the album probably. You should make the lead guitar do that bend in the Chorus. Solo was really good, an example of equalized Technicality and Melody. Only one thing, on most of the songs on the album the chorus appears too many times. Amazing song though.
Well, I'll continue the review later, as I have band practice later today and have to practice.
Edit: OK, I'm back.
Over the Sunrise: Intro made me think of a Fog Horn. The Lead Guitar was really nice. Light kind of song. Very nice, reminded me a little of Santana or David Gilmour and the sea. I would definitely listen to it. Pity there was no GP file though...
Harmony: Intro and the Verses were reminiscent of Pixies (a good thing). So was the Pre-chorus, but at least the melody changed. The chorus was like that too, a little different, but you should vary. I really liked the Outro Chorus, as I like Violins. On the whole a little sold out, but still good.
Define: Intro was beautiful. Verses were really good, though I think you should have only used one guitar. Pre-Chorus was really nice. Interlude and Chorus were also good, a little generic. Bridge was amazing. Chorus B was better than A IMO. Solo was great, as was the interlude, which is really a second Solo. Second Bridge was also really good because of the Drums. As usual though, too many Choruses.
The Beacon: Intro was really good. Verse was also good, but should have come straight after the aggressive part of the intro. Chorus was pretty nice, a little generic. I liked what the main guitar did there, should be louder. I liked the 6/8 part, shows understanding of theory (the change, and using 6/8 and not 3/4). The second 6/8 part was really epic. Congrats. The one after that was also really good. The build-up was too long, I suggest a drum solo. Bar 230 was also amazing. Alternate chorus was really good, maybe better than the original, but it's good that you used them both. The verse was also really nice. The solo was really really great. Another perfect example of Melody and Technicality. On the next Chorus (first one) I think you should have only used one clean guitar. On the whole great song, made me think of the sea.
I would definitely buy this album if it comes out. You've got some quality songwriting skills, though you need to cut down on the Choruses.
Oh, C4C? My songs (I hope) (http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=20700749#post20700749)

jbridge90
07-12-2009, 09:29 AM
Ohh I cant wait! Listening now!

As I'm listening:
My Apocalypse: Isn't that the title of a Metallica song? Haha just messing with you. Well the intro stood out as one of my favorite parts, definitely enjoyed it, even though it reminded me of a slowed down Unholy Confessions. The verses were great, the clean chords really added something. The drums fit quite well, and the solo was spot on. Your use of effects really added something. All in all, great job.

Enemy: Hmm I don't hear any A7X in this one, but I do hear a sort of Sum 41 pop-punkish vibe in the intro for sure. It's very refreshing, so please don't take it as a bad thing. The melody was pretty good, especially during the chorus, I really enjoyed those the most. Oh and the drum beat was very authoritative. Oh another part that was pretty awesome was your pre-solo part about halfway through the song. The bass stood out quite well. The solo had a very classic rock feel to it

Raining Fire: I really like the clean part you were playing in the beginning. I was actually kind of disappointed when you switched to distortion afterwards because I was really enjoying it. It was a good idea to have the bass playing what it was during the verse. It helped retain the feeling that the clean part started. The lead part throughout was very cool. How do you get your solos to fit so ****ing well man, I wasn't disappointed by a single solo I heard on the whole album. Especially this one.

Never Say Goodbye: To be honest, kind of my least favorite song. During some parts, the guitar parts that were meshed together seemed to just create chaos. I mean, I know I can't write even close to this well, but thats just the feeling I got when I listened to it. I really liked the bass part though, and the flam you were doing on the drums during the first minute or so fit really well. The chorus has alot of soul.

Shine: God this is a really beautiful song. As you said, kind of simple, but nonetheless really soulful. It seems like it would be a song about finding hope when it doesn't seem like there's a reason to. I could really picture a beautiful music video to this. This is probably my favorite song, and if you had to choose singles for this album, this would definitely be one. It has a really great sing along quality to it. Well done

Over the Sunrise: The open hi hat was a turn off, it just really didn't seem to fit, although that may have been the mix. I would have chosen to play on the ride myself, but to each his own. This seems like another simple song. But the lead melodies are beautiful. If you wanted to, you could definitely form some lyrics for this song. The solo was great, but sounded kind of rushed in the very beginning. But as you mentioned, the mix is bad, so that may have been why it sounds like that. The fadeout was a nice way to end it.

Harmony: I love melodious songs, so I was pretty eager to listen to this one. I loved the palm-muted intro, and when the lead came in, it really built a great atmosphere. The drum part was awesome, and it seemed like some pretty driving lyrics could be sung over the music. The pre-chorus was nice, and it flowed into the chorus nicely. Throughout the album I've noticed that your song structure has always been top notch. Its one of the more forgettable songs on the album, but its still really good, and the outro sets it apart.

Define: Dang dude nice intro with that cymbal work. In fact, all the drumming throughout the song was dang good. I especially liked the tom work in the first verse. The first chorus had an anthem like quality to it that I liked. As different as this song was from the others because of structure, I have the least to say about it, ironically. I mean, just good job overall. The one thing I can say though is that you know how to build a song that doesn't let listeners lose interest.

The Beacon: The feedback was a nice touch. You really caught me off guard because I expected the intro to last longer, and you suddenly just launched into the distorted guitar. It was cool though, and its not necessarily a bad thing to throw your listeners through a loop. I have to say that I LOVE the bass line during the verse. During the rest of the songs, I didn't really take too much notice in the bass because the guitar or vocal melodies always stole the show, but you finally gave the bass some sex room on this song, and it sounds sweet. The chorus is very driving, and I think recorded with full instruments, it would really kick the crap out of me. The break with the Middle Eastern sounding lead part was very cool. The song around 3 minutes in got kind of repetitive, but it quickly turned into a melodic part that I really enjoyed, which also led into your first solo. The drum work was good during this part. I think you finished the song off quite well in kind of a let loose-rock out way. Its one of the more memorable songs off the album, and a damn fine way to end this thing


So overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this album, and would buy/download it anyday :) 10/10

Although I'm definitely not on the level you are, do you think you could critique this stuff and maybe give me some pointers?

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=20673195#post20673195

whalepudding
07-12-2009, 09:37 AM
Jesus. You're going to need a eunich.

Loved the songs I've heard, especially Define and My Apocalypse, they've been my favourites so far. Great songwriting, I'd love to hear these songs recorded.

I can't say I have any criticism, apart from maybe the first time the chorus of My Apocalypse finishes, it's a bit anticlimatic going into the not-at-all-heavy interlude, playing the main riff with heavy drums a couple of times first might be better. And you know both Metallica and Arch Enemy have a song with that name, right?

EDIT: And I didn't like the violins in Harmony at all I'm afraid. Have to say I loved what was going on in the chorus though.

jimmyled
07-12-2009, 11:29 AM
Ohh I cant wait! Listening now!

As I'm listening:
My Apocalypse: even though it reminded me of a slowed down Unholy Confessions.

Don't you mean Clairvoyant Disease?

aceral1715
07-13-2009, 11:44 AM
Thanks for all the feedback guys. I would record this if I could, but it's hard for me to find anyone else to play since most other musicians I know are already in bands, or just not that good. It's also summer hols now, so everyones travelling, but I can see what I can do in September when school starts again. The school has a drum kit and recording equipment, so I might be able to get it done :)

retrohelix
07-13-2009, 01:32 PM
Thanks for the crit. I dunno what song to pick to crit from you though... um...

Never say goodbye
Nice clean intro and with nice ride pattern. The production is a bit... fuzzy? But I'm sure you already know that. The bass was a nice touch.

The drum roll was a good idea and fit really well. I can't tell whats going on too much with guitar because it's so gainy, and that makes me think of doom metal. I love doom metal but I don't think that was your intention for this piece?

Anyway, the muttering/vocals made the song very interesting in parts that were pretty simple on their own. Nice breakdown riff after the solo... with yet again another solo. I liked it a lot.

Overall, I really liked this song, I think the drum roll with the muttering over it was my favorite... The only thing that dragged it down was the production, are you using just a line-in lead?

aceral1715
07-13-2009, 02:54 PM
Thanks for the crit. I dunno what song to pick to crit from you though... um...

Never say goodbye
Nice clean intro and with nice ride pattern. The production is a bit... fuzzy? But I'm sure you already know that. The bass was a nice touch.

The drum roll was a good idea and fit really well. I can't tell whats going on too much with guitar because it's so gainy, and that makes me think of doom metal. I love doom metal but I don't think that was your intention for this piece?

Anyway, the muttering/vocals made the song very interesting in parts that were pretty simple on their own. Nice breakdown riff after the solo... with yet again another solo. I liked it a lot.

Overall, I really liked this song, I think the drum roll with the muttering over it was my favorite... The only thing that dragged it down was the production, are you using just a line-in lead?

Well, I recorded the mp3s straight off of guitar pro. I used a lead with a jack to connect my comp to my pod x3 live and that to reaper which I usually use to record. My computer doesnt do internal recording, so I had to have the complicated setup :P The bad sound quality is party because I can't mix each track separately because it records them all together to one track and, even if I could mix it separately, my horrible mixing skills would ruin that as well :P

Never Say Goodbye is one of the instrumental songs, so the main lead isn't a vocal line or anything, it's supposed to be a guitar, but thanks for the crit anyway :P

sfaune92
07-26-2009, 03:34 AM
gonna crit My Apocalypse and Never Say Goodbye

I can see that both of the songs are great. There are a few places where the guitars sounds a lit messed up in Never Say Goodbye. The bassline is good on Never Say Goodbye, in My Apocalypse however, it's just roots.
The vocal melody in the start of the chorus of My Apocalypse just made me think of "I kissed a girl, and it felt so right". LOL

But as a overall it was great.

My Apocalypse = 9 / 10 (because of the bassline)
Never Say Goodbye = 8 / 10 (because of the guitar sounding a little chaotic in moments)




AND YOUR COMMENT ABOVE COMFUSE ME.
You said you recorded them straight of guitar rig, but used pod x3?

aceral1715
07-26-2009, 05:30 PM
AND YOUR COMMENT ABOVE COMFUSE ME.
You said you recorded them straight of guitar rig, but used pod x3?

haha, no. I connected my computer to my pod x3 live, and that back to my computer so that I could record GUITAR PRO playing out the song. My computer can't record internally, hence the complicated set up :P