|12-31-2009, 02:47 PM||#1|
UG's only Holo
Join Date: Oct 2008
Metal Instrumental C4C
This song started out as a metal cover of a rock/funk/blues song but halfway through I decided to do something new.
That means, the first half of the song shares its chords vaguely with this song.
The solos, except for the first 4 bars as you will see when you listen to both songs, are also free and not taken from the other song in any way.
It's made for RSE, the MIDI mix in the gp4 file blows.
I'll upload an mp3 recording on my profile shortly, you should check it out if you don't have RSE
C4C as always
edit:mp3 is up
Last edited by thorbor : 02-02-2010 at 09:37 AM.
|12-31-2009, 03:54 PM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Finally a real metal song without the ''prog tech post hardcore'' shit =) Nice solo Btw
|12-31-2009, 04:10 PM||#3|
slaps basses and faces.
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Towards the end of the solo got a little boring for me, but still, I liked it. It didn't rely on dissonance, or double bass beats or anything like a lot of pieces I've seen on here; instead, it kept interest with solid riffing.
At bar 22, I think it sounds better if the second rhythm guitar plays an E powerchord on the first beat, then holds it until it starts playing again at 24.
At bar 45, I think it adds to it if you put a dotted-halfnote octave chord on rhythm guitar one, played open A, seventh fret D, and have the note on D slide out downwards.
Starting at 62, try working with adding in a bit of the crash cymbal; I think it could give it a bit of a "bigger" sound.
I make weird electronic music. Check it out.
A Great Big Knot of Piano Strings [Electronic/Post-Rock]
Forever And Ever [Post-Rock]
Last edited by herby190 : 12-31-2009 at 04:24 PM.
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