#1
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/irishman/music/all/play556276

Check it out guys tell me what you think.
Equipment used:

Ibanez RG1570L -> Dunlop Octavio (kicks in about the 4:20 mark) -> Morley PWOV Wah -> Peavey Valveking 112 w/ Eminence Wizard -> Samsung Q7 mic -> E-MU 0202 USB -> Cubase LE Recording Software

All bass and Drums were done on cubase

Added a little delay on cubase to beef up the lead a bit

Thanks for taking the time. Leave a link if you want me to crit. something in return

Last edited by irishman at Mar 27, 2009,
#2
I enjoyed it man, one of my favourite instrumentals. I will say that the lead lines got a little repetitive toward the end, but the production and tones used were very nice indeed. Although a strat would of been way more suiting The octavio did sound very authentic though, nice touch.
#3
thats excellent only thing is you could of dialed down the tone on the guitars a bit
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#4
very nice, i loved the delay on it, it was very smooth, and i don't think i heard any mistakes
Amazing quality, i like maybe in the future i would turn up the background just a bit, the lead kinda overpowered the rhythm, but overall very very nice job, it was stunning
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#5
Guitar tones are great, mixing is good, but the drums are pretty lame in comparison (I know they're just programmed) and kind of hold the track back. nice panning of the rhythm guitar. care to crit mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1072345
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#6
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I enjoyed it man, one of my favourite instrumentals. I will say that the lead lines got a little repetitive toward the end, but the production and tones used were very nice indeed. Although a strat would of been way more suiting The octavio did sound very authentic though, nice touch.


I know what you mean, there's been one on my wish list for a while

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Guitar tones are great, mixing is good, but the drums are pretty lame in comparison (I know they're just programmed) and kind of hold the track back. nice panning of the rhythm guitar. care to crit mine? http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/foru...d.php?t=1072345

cheers mate, yeah the more i listen to it, the worse the drums sound. the edition of cubase i have only has like 5 different drum sounds to sample from, so i was a bit limited by that :P gonna try to beef it up a bit though in the future.

th everyone else, thanks for the comment. dont forget to leave a link if you want me to crit