#1
First song I've done in awhile, I'm hoping it's a good come back, let me know what you think!

It's called Acid Woe

http://myspace.com/mattorourke
Nicks and dents are battle scars...they give a guitar history.


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#2
Awesome track man! i never know what to expect when someone posts metal on such a diverse website....but this is definitely metal! I was hoping for vocals but it's still pretty badass without....I might just scream along while I listen....see if anything comes about. Hahaha 5/5
#5
Thats good, i also liked the guiatr in the intro of metalkitten VII (the one closest to Beyond Insanity in the list).
#7
Wow! Wasn't expecting so many responses haha, thank you all.

To answer your questions:

For the drums this was actually my first time trying out EZdrummer with the DKFH. I was also EXTREMELY pleased with how they sounded. I was able to take their loops and just cut, mix, and match to what I needed them to do. I could also do some custom programming to the midi files in Acoustica Mixcraft. It's a much better alternative to clicking buttons in Beatcraft [which is what I normally use].

As for the guitars and such: For this specific recording I used a Jackson jRR-94 with GFS pickups [they're overwound to a 16k output, found them for $30 on a site called GuitarFetish.com] I love the output, very chunky for distortion, and very warm for cleans. The amp I used is a Randall Rg150 G3 series. I used the line out and mic'd the cab for a full sound and sent those to a cheap Behringer mixer which goes to my pc and straight to Mixcraft. Such simplicity, but such results haha.

I appreciate you all taking the time to listen!
Nicks and dents are battle scars...they give a guitar history.


Quote by Homer Simpson
When you think about it, mud is just wet dirt.