#2
Nicely done, might have some overused riffs but it does well for the song. The Djent riff definitely helped the song move along better, maybe should've been used it more throughout, also i liked the transition towards the final chorus, that made the song more memorable. Solid song overall even though it is a bit "generic". Give me your 2 cents on mine
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1456394
#3
The lack of bass was bothering me, so I wrote some grooves for your song.

Hriday!Edit: I also added some percussion at bars 13 to 16.
Attachments:
Most People Were Silent [Now With Bass!].zip
Last edited by hriday_hazarika at Jun 30, 2011,
#4
In all honesty, that was one of the best songs I've heard from this style of music. I generally loath metalcore, but very much enjoy post-rock. The atmosphere is very well done to say the least. I honestly felt it could have fit in with the tracks on The Devil Wears Prada's Zombie EP.
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#5
Quote by hriday_hazarika
The lack of bass was bothering me, so I wrote some grooves for your song.

Hriday!Edit: I also added some percussion at bars 13 to 16.


Ah! Thank you so much! I was planning to write bass but I didn't have the time. (I was on a trip)
#7
Quote by chexered
I hate to bump this again,
but if anyone is interested in the recorded version of this song, it is here:
http://soundcloud.com/ddeltadeltaa/the-dharma-initiative-most


Yay, you used my bass tab!

Who played the bass? Or did you run it through a VST?

The production sounds kinda muddy, but since this is only a demo, I suppose that's alright. Good work!