#3
Quote by fullyc
Good job,like your tone!!


cheers man it took awhile. what you using?
#5
You must be the most metal dentist there is Great cover, although I like your cover of Helpless better. Also, look for a way to record guitars straight through your soundbord. Software amps can sound really big with the proper hardware. In the present, the rhythm parts sound beefy enough, but a little restrained, they don't quite cut through. Either way, very good playing !
#6
Dude, I like your originals. You should get in a band and become famous so people can make Guitar Tab books for your music.......


Your mother likes it ruff, Trebeck.
#7
Quote by you = fail
Dude, I like your originals. You should get in a band and become famous so people can make Guitar Tab books for your music.......



yeah i wish lol. i'd love a band just every time i try no ones interested. maybe i'll again and see what happens, maybe put a link to my page on the ad.
#8
Quote by AbsenceOfFaith
You must be the most metal dentist there is


yeah kinda worrying eh?
#9
Nice, dead on good tone. But what exactly did you use to mix with etc? The rhythm felt like it could've been a bit more crushing on the downbeats >_> a little compression maybez?
bah! nvm, it's still a good cover ^_^

C4C? Doom 2 game ost cover
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1170435

also made a YouTube vid of it if you feel like hitting it up 8D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2W8oJgDIG-Q
Last edited by Night at Jul 27, 2009,
#10
Quote by Night
Nice, dead on good tone. But what exactly did you use to mix with etc?


i used reaper to record and mix the final edit, working on nothing else matters next so should be tough to crack.