#1
Erm, yeah so this is kinda short and I recorded it with Audacity and one mic.
Sorry, it's kinda sucky quality, what I would appreciate is some feedback (no pun intended - you'll see) as to the actual song. You gotta turn it up btw.

No vocals (I can't sing), I did drums and guitar (using my bro's guitar...mine has broken string)

In short, do you like the demo?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gk2ViIO9QAU

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#2
Sounds like one from Metallica. Audio not the best cause the hissing and buzz... Try and get your mic closer and use some audio software like audacity to remove the background noise.
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Sounds like one from Metallica. Audio not the best cause the hissing and buzz... Try and get your mic closer and use some audio software like audacity to remove the background noise.


Aha, that's what my bro said (about the intro anyway) its the chorus effect and opening chord...

Erm, thing is, the buzz is from one speaker (left) not sure how to remove in audacity...I'll play around with it.

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#4
It sounds like it's written well, the quality coming from my right speaker sounds ok, if only it was in stereo.

I like it, but I think you need to work on your quality production more. Try getting Reaper, and recording in that, it's way more useful than Audacity. If you had it in stereo, and it wasen't just coming out of the right speaker, I could of gave you a more useful crit...sorry.


C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=27727619#post27727619
#5
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It sounds like it's written well, the quality coming from my right speaker sounds ok, if only it was in stereo.

I like it, but I think you need to work on your quality production more. Try getting Reaper, and recording in that, it's way more useful than Audacity. If you had it in stereo, and it wasen't just coming out of the right speaker, I could of gave you a more useful crit...sorry.


C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=27727619#post27727619


You're right, I really think I need to sort out the recording. This was just my first attempt :P

Had no real equipment...just a mic. I can put it into Mono across both speakers...but that annoying buzz...argh

Pretty novice

Sure, I'll check out your chunes ;D

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