#1
hay guys
I was working on a groovy riff-thingy, and this is what came out!
It still needs a bassline, working on that as we speak!

check it out, drop a link and i'll hit you back with some crit!
#3
The idea is really good. A lot of potential.
Especially the intro build-up thing.
This would make a really nice track if you improved on a few things:

1. Your distorted high end is really fizzy...see if you can do something about that.
Post EQ-ing or maybe adjust mike placement.

2. Drums were off beat....easily fixable.

3. You might want to try some double tracking....it really improves the song.
Especially the bits with the rhythm guitar and leads playing together.

Like i said, great tune.
Easily made even better.


https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1153766
#4
Quote by unet

3. You might want to try some double tracking....it really improves the song.
Especially the bits with the rhythm guitar and leads playing together.


Actually it's only one guitar!
i play a certain frethstyle, which is a mix of lead and rythm, lythm!
#5
Or Read?


Seriously though....even with the single guitar track, doubling it and introducing a tiny delay (i use 0.01 ms) before one track. really helps.
Obviously, one track panned to the left, one to the right.
Try it.
#6
yeah i tried that, but it cloggs up most of the headspace (makes it too muddy) whenever I pan the same track left and right, haven't used the delay idea though, I don't have any either
#7
It won't work without the delay unless you recorded each track individually.

Use Audacity,
It can introduce a small amount silence in a track.

By delay i don't mean delay ay ay ay.
I mean one track should be slightly ahead of the other.