#1
http://soundcloud.com/galactic-pegasus/lambent-galactic-pegasus

Please let me know what you think! This one took a long time to write, and I think it came out great!

Also, a huge thanks to Depths (http://soundcloud.com/depthsnc). One of their guitarists mixed/mastered this song for me, and it would not sound nearly as epic without it! So please check them out

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Thanks!
#4
Pretty good, it sounds like you got the right sound. There are a couple places when the guitar is a little off (although I have a tough time with that too) but it is not very noticeable. The riffs are pretty good too, leads sound nice. Overall it sounds good, keep at it yo.
#5
Pretty intense! I think you could add some reverb and compression to the drums to make them sound more realistic and maybe make the guitars a bit brighter because they sound a bit muddy to me right now but other than that, I liked it! Keep up the jammin!
#7
Quote by XanderDylan
Pretty intense! I think you could add some reverb and compression to the drums to make them sound more realistic and maybe make the guitars a bit brighter because they sound a bit muddy to me right now but other than that, I liked it! Keep up the jammin!

im with you, i thought the guitars needed to be a bit brighter and the drums imo are too loud (or the guitars need to come up, take your pick) as for the drums they sound very electronic / fake (despite the good sample quality). i'd spend some time editing the velocity on the hits, good midi editing takes a long time but can give you some awesome results.

all in all though i really liked the song and thought musically it was good and the final product that you have right now really is pretty good, just if it passed through my hands these are the changes i would make before i gave it back and said "thats worth buying right there"

also throughout the song it sounds like the guitars fall in and out of time, i had to listen a couple times to really catch what sounded off but yeah. it's not as tight as it should be (unless you were going for some kinda polyrhythmical thing with the guitars in which case i guess mission kinda succesful?)
#8
Thank you for the comments! I was not doing a polyrythmical thing unfortuantely haha, I guess I just had poor timing in some areas :/

The muddiness may be due to my interface. It is cheap and does not have a volume input level control, so the recordings always clip a lot unfortunately. This causes some problems with setting the volume too loud and etc.
#9
That would explain it. I liked it, but it did seem a bit muddy, and the drums could sound more realistic. The actual song is very good though.
#11
You can open up the mixer in POD Farm and lower the input volume until it's not clipping; if you have active pickups, it's also a possibility that they're clipping by themselves (not a bad thing).