#1
its called "A Name" and its on my profile

For this song I tired to experiment with time signatures, it goes 5/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/8, 4/4, there is only one guitar track on the body (minus the intro and outro). My favorite part is the polyrhythmic part towards the end.


Hope you like it tell me what you think!

And as always crit for crit

Ps. dont make fun of the crappy recording quality, its a guitar plugged straight in to my pc and it took me a max of 15 mins. to record this
Durka
#2
Niiice I like it a lot. I use a lot of hammer tackers or "robot tapping" in my songs for my band. You shouldve used some distortion!! That might have sounded pretty sweet!! Keep up the good work!!! I like the effects


Crit mine?


https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1020557
#5
man thats really cool..how long did it take you to write that?


thanks for commenting on my song, too.
#6
it was one of those where I was thinking deeply about something and it just came out in about an hour, except for the polyrhythmic part, that took me about a week to write and master,

ps there are no effects just overdubs on the intro and outro
Durka
#8
Quote by l33TgUiT@rd00d
Niiice I like it a lot. I use a lot of hammer tackers or "robot tapping" in my songs for my band. You shouldve used some distortion!! That might have sounded pretty sweet!! Keep up the good work!!! I like the effects


Crit mine?


https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1020557

nah distortion on this would've beenn wayy to muddy, maybe a little delay might produce a nice effect and maybe some reverb but distortion would make this wayyyyyyy to muddy. I personally think it's fine the way it is

And I absolutely love this, and im sorry to say but the polyrhythmatic part is probably my least favorite part of this (still pretty f***ing awesome), although it performs as an excellent transition into the outro, the intro and outro are easily the best parts of this. Great wpork this is excellent!

c4c? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1020637
#15
that was amazing! haha. kinda puts mine to shame. im digging the multiple finger tapping. its really something special. youve got a good grasp of timing and rhythm.
#16
nice! not alot i can crit other than recording quality.

as a solo piece this is very good
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#17
Whoa... this is super cool. The first minute was particularly nice. I don't have much to say since it was so well put together and the texture was excellent. Perhaps you could have added some more layers to the end but i'm just being needlessly picky because it was great.

You're probably not into what i've written but C4C?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1335578
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#20
Very nice. Very light and clean, but not thin. Well put together, but I wish that it had more of a stereo image. It was nice and complex, but it felt like all the parts were 'stacked' on top of eachother, which I did not like. It was well-played, and, overall, you did a good job with it. I just wish that it had more space to it.


Here's my latest:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1396754
#22
wow nice, i like it. Pretty much all the transitions were smooth except for the one at about :40, it just sounded a bit off. But good tone and a good atmosphere. This would work great as an intro or an outro to a song or album. think you could take a look at mine? its on the front page of the original recordings list, but no one seems to be listening...
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#23
This song reminds me of something that Justin King would write.

That being said the song itself is really melodic, which is what I love, but I would add other instruments, like a seperate bass and subtle percussion, it'd add more atmosphere and depth to the song. Dunno if you were already planning that or not.

For next time, try to to hit the harmonics a little more accurately so they really sound out. I could barely hear them but I know they'd definitely be worth hearing.

Nice work on the dynamics, sound I feel like the song should build up or follow a crescendo before each new rhythm section. Just my opinion though.

Leave some feedback on mine?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1406838&highlight=under+the+pineapple+trees
Last edited by Kurt-Corgan at Jan 29, 2011,
#24
Dude, you seriously need to chill out on the 'bumping'.
Read the rules.

Also, I listened and I like the complicated parts, but half of it had notes that just didn't work at all for me which I believe are the simplest riffs in the song. It's alright, but you need to work on it some more. Could be really nice with more time put in.

As a fellow 'tapper', would you check mine out?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1387071
#26
Wow, that was pretty damn sexy.
different from anything i've heard today, very nice to listen too
keep up the good work