#1
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Any feedback would be appreciated. I want to make sure I am going in the right direction with this. My intention is to attempt to progress folk metal (or whatever) as a genre with some death metalesque vocals over acoustics. I put down what sounds to me like a good intro, and I am working on a rhythm so I just was messing around after 45 seconds (but I kind of like the rhythm).

PS: I wrote the intro at 1 o clock in the morning and the guitar is tuned wierdly (EEEAAE). I got bored and annoyed that I couldn't write anything good, so this turned out. Kind of amusing, actually.
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#2
sounds pretty cool, never knew how cool that tuning could sound. Very dark sounding, except when you started the rhythm it didnt really sound that good, so maybe try the rhythm as a 2nd track over the original track. but pretty cool intro i bet it turn out into a good song

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#4
I was going for some sort of ethnic type of feel, and when I speed it up it sounds even more spanish like.

The rhythm track after the intro is a different rhythm than the one used in the intro (harmonized arpeggiated chords).

I'll get to critiquing both of yours now. Thanks.
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