EpiExplorer
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Join date: May 2008
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#2
Well, I like that you took my suggestion and used it, thats awesome

But, the way you've implemented it into the original track kinda turned into a real mess.. None of the lead playing works well with the chords, and its a little dull in that respect too.

Also I've been an ass and edited it a lot sorreh
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GS LEAD 5
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Join date: Oct 2007
4,966 IQ
#3
Quote by EpiExplorer
Well, I like that you took my suggestion and used it, thats awesome

But, the way you've implemented it into the original track kinda turned into a real mess.. None of the lead playing works well with the chords, and its a little dull in that respect too.

Also I've been an ass and edited it a lot sorreh


Lmao no problem mate. I'm seeing this from phone right now. I'l give it a look once i get home. Thanks for takibg the trouble to work on it, really appreciate the help

EDIT: Really liked what you did with it. Mind if I keep it that way? You'll get full credit, of course (with your real name, not EpiExplorer should it reach the recording stage
Last edited by GS LEAD 5 at Dec 3, 2012,
amonamarthmetal
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#8
the chords were fugly and made me sad.
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xbitmetal
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Join date: Aug 2009
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#10
I can hear some nice idea, but honestly I hear mostly over dissonant melodies without groovy timing.