#1
Hi there!

Found a new mic today so I'll upload some more songs in awhile,4 Sodom,a Testament and probably a Pantera one too!


http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/Youri/music/all/play863571


This was my first song that I could play without watching,while headbanging,in short,while feeling it
Sometimes a 2 or 3 notes alternative pick comes in,not much but I noticed that I sometimes do this,ugh..rest is downpicked!
Constructive criticism appreciated!
Blackstar HT5 Combo
Jackson RR24
Epiphone Annihilation V red

Loving guitar playing since;June'09
Last edited by Youri at Jul 8, 2010,
#3
Quote by JudgeDrey
Can't...get...file....

Maybe you could upload to your UG profile? (Not everyone has dropbox )

Here's a couple Metallica covers for ya..
Orion (from original song backing track)
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1332842

Helpless (from midi+VSTs backing track)
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1335600


Sorry!
Can't seem to find an Upload button,hmmp still searching in Control Panel!

EDIT: check updated main post
Blackstar HT5 Combo
Jackson RR24
Epiphone Annihilation V red

Loving guitar playing since;June'09
Last edited by Youri at Jul 8, 2010,
#5
I thought it was allright. You're playing is seems good enough, though the recording quality and your tone weren't that great.
#6
Yea my microphone is low budget quality,it's actually a mic from a headset,so go figure..
So the tone isn't the same as I'm hearing inhere.
Played at 140bpm.

And I'll get M-Audio to record this summer so it'll be recorded directly with GuitarRig4 :-)
Blackstar HT5 Combo
Jackson RR24
Epiphone Annihilation V red

Loving guitar playing since;June'09
#7
It's funny cause I can hear the real song in the background faintly, so you're obviously not playing it too slow if you're playing along with the original, aye? Good job though dude.

One thing I'd suggest is take advantage of the millions of backing tracks available out there on the interweb.

Click me for backing tracks!

Backing tracks are fun, and a good way to practice timing without following the actual song and masking your own guitar with the guitar from the real song.

Some backing tracks are made from the real songs(ie: from Guitar Hero).
Some backing tracks are made from midi files.
The ones from midi files can sound terrible if the midi instruments are left at default, but some can be made to sound incredible if the midi instruments are changed around with VST's and shit and EQed properly...ect.

Check em out if you haven't already. Much more fun than jamming with the actual song, and better for your audience also.

peace