#1
In my profile, just did this today. Very little editing done to it so if you have suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated. This is an intro to another song I wrote a while ago that I plan on rerecording.
#3
Well, I wouldn't recommend the way I'm doing it, as a USB-guitar cable adds a lot of noise to your signal and it takes a lot of editing to get a tight sound most of the time (although this part took next to none). Get yourself a USB interface, or a firewire one if you want to, but you don't need it to record guitar, despite what some may tell you. I would recommend the POD Studio series, but I recently had a bad experience with that so go with something like the M-Audio fast track or something similar. I've heard good things about that one though. After that I just load up a VST amp sim and an OD stompbox and gate and that's pretty much it.
#4
I definitely like the riff. It's one of those strange ones that reach out and grab you. As far as tone and quality go, it's all good. Can't wait to hear the whole song.

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#5
Quote by RisingForce1990
I definitely like the riff. It's one of those strange ones that reach out and grab you. As far as tone and quality go, it's all good. Can't wait to hear the whole song.


Thanks. The rhythm for that riff is 2 notes and the lead is 2 notes . It's a miracle it sounds good.
#6
that sounds pretty "professional" for just a usb connection
but yeah... getting off topic a bit...
no pods for me.... im about to get some studio equipment soon...
i shouldve got it already, but all i can say is.. dont go to morocco with any check in baggages.... it'll never get there!
but yeah
at the moment i use a 5€ msn mic!! shitty mics FTW!!!!
#7
lmao@POD not being studio gear. Anything is studio gear, what counts is the person behind it. Sam- guitars sound sick bro the only major comment I have other then the WHOLE track being too loud is that bass drum is super low in your mix. For the style you are doing, and so commonly record I'd have that bass drum sticking out a bit more to hit you in the face but thats me, other then that man the progression you've made in your mixing technique is pretty sick, great job dude, and great guitar tone. Glad Revalver is workin well for yah.
#8
Like the sound of those riffs dude! Reminds me of Fear Factory (I'm not a fan)! A cool vibe of industrial metal. Needs more oil drum! (jk)

Sound tight, I like it!
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