#1
I picked up my guitar for the first time in like.. a month yesterday, and this was the product

Drums could be better, and it's not quite finished yet, but the ending will probably just be a fade out anyway.

If I can be bothered, I'll finish it later today, then record tomorrow.


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Attachments:
intro.mid
#2
It's pretty good, but repeats way too much; this probably shouldn't be over a minute. Otherwise, it's really well done. I gotta ask though, why'd you put it in midi when you could have put a GP version up?

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#3
Wow, you can play piano with your guitar?

It's very good, the piano sets a real epic fell, and I don't bandy that word around like most UGers do. The drums were good as they were, kind of minimalist and there to keep time. I think that if this is for an intro to an ablum or whatever, it should break down a little in the end and build up with feedback and ambient noise, but it all depends on what kind of song it leads in to.
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#4
Very dark and moody, yeah. Just the way I like it. Reminds me a lot of The Gale from Above the Weeping World with how it bursts in like that with the guitars and drums. The harmonies are great in this. I swear, it sounds like you got four or five guitars going on at once.

The end was a bit abrupt, though. I think that it's great the way everything stopped like that, but I think what might sound cool is if you let the choir ring out for maybe two more measures with those few notes that were like *dun... dun dun dun dun....* or something.''

It would make a beastly album opener, that's for sure.