#1
(In my profile: "Decision")

This one I tried to keep it simple. It might sound repetative-- this is intentional. I wanted the theme to repeat. Plus it allows for the possibility of vocals later.

I played guitars, bass, piano for this.

Let me know what you think! I'm happy to listen to your stuff in return.
#2
i dont have any stuff for u to listen to, but this is pretty ****in badass man!
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#4
Hey man! Crit4crit?

The first thing I thought when I heard your intro and guitar tone was: Placebo. And that's a compliment! I adore your tone... Your playing was good, I didn't hear any mistakes or anything.

About the song structure itself: I love the slow buildup, but like you said, it's repetitive, even if it's supposed to be. It needs vocals, to make it completely awesome! I love it as it is already, though...

Cheers mate! Crit mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1048026
ZeG
#6
Although it's repetative like you've said, I quite like it! Nice atmosphere it got and the solo's inbetween keep the same feeling, very good! The thing I disliked a bit where the rhythm guitars at 2 min, they sounded a bit too dirty for me, a bit less destortion and I think it would sound a bit better imho!

crit mine?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1043662
#7
Pretty nice work, I'd say. Good slow build, and I definitely get why the repetition here is intentional. Its a nice collection of riffs, I would bring the guitar up in the mix a bit maybe, and add some compression to the drums, but other than that sounds good. I loved the section around 4:00 when the other guitar drop out, but maybe some delay or a big reverb would help that single distortion guitar fill the space.

Cool track, and thanks for the crit!
#8
Great work there, i love the repetition! Very soothing. It doesnt throw anything at you, which in this case is good. Good buildup and a nice toning down of the song in the end. Everything just seemed to fit perfectly.


Cheers for the crit, and ill be looking forward to more of your recordings