#1
I re-recorded one of my old songs and put drums to it. It's called Destined, and it's on my profile, or you can watch it here.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Vr_MJRvOec

Let me know what you think! C4C of course!

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#2
The lead part had a pretty "sloppy" (for lack of a better word, the technique was spot on from what I could hear) tone in parts. Maybe try playing around with compression- that usually fixes such things for me given sufficient patience. The drums weren't to my taste, but whatever floats your boat I guess.

*edited bit*
Rhythm (anything apart from the high pitched bits, actually) was pretty nice tone-wise. Can't pick out anything explicitly about the playing/tone apart from the above. */edit*

You're welcome to C4C any of my stuff here or in S&L... the stuff in my sig is all S&L, but if you can find any of my old midi pieces I'm sure they'd appreciate the attention.
Last edited by MopMaster at Jul 8, 2010,
#3
Ok so I start off listening and i'm thinking... meh another bland metal instrumental but then suddenly the lead guitar kicks in and i'm thinking that it's fantastic. Sure, the rhythm parts are pretty boring but the leads sound really nice and pure if that makes sense. A nice tone in my opinion with some great shredding and some really nice melodies. Drums are too high in the mix though and leads to low.

C4C?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1335578
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#4
Its an intense song, but the tone on your lead guitar makes the notes sound like they 'bleed' into eachother, even though you're picking them separately. Other than that, its pretty good. tell me, did you record drums out of an electric kit or did you program them through software?

take a listen to mine? Its a LOT different... Just acoustic guitar and voice.
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1335543
#5
Thanks for listening you guys. Some of the lead parts may be a bit off initially, since it's pretty hard to switch from shred to sweeping instantaneously, and I did use a shitload of reverb on them too.

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#6
Yeah, i would have EQ'd or gain boosted the guitars, they need more high-mid presence.

Your playing (from what i can tell) is far better than mine, so i congratulate you on that bit

Drums are killer, even if they are software
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Ibanez RG4EXFM1
Peavey 5150II All Tube 120w Head
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