#1
Check it out, its on my profile. 2nd cover I made.

The sweeps in the beginning aren't perfect, but I'm not the best at sweeping.

Also I'm pretty happy with my guitar sound since my guitar was around 180 dollars!
#2
very nice, i feel like the snare and kick needed to be mixed in a bit better, other than that very very nice!

im not much of an attack attack fan but chekc out my cover, i also have an emmure cover on profile

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1477898

ps, the breakdown was sick as shit
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--The Rig--
Peavey 5150 Head
BBE 362 SONIC MAXIMIZER
dbx 266xl COMPRESSOR GATE
Q215 PEAVEY EQ
Mesa 4x12 Standard Rectifier cab
ESP,LTD Viper 400 baritone (fitted with EMG81,85 actives)
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#3
Yeah, definitely work on those sweeps. Slow them right down with a metronome and practice it slow for a day or two, slowly increase the speed and you'll get it a lot quicker. It's the only way rather than rushing into it.

How are you recording it?

Check out my Satch cover, cheers! https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1478154
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#4
I made the cover with guitar rig 5 and a crappy 180 dollar ibanez gio. I used a program called "riffworks" to record, but Im thinking of getting a better, "real" recording software. For my setup, Im pretty happy with the tone though.

Yeah, I know I definitely have to practice the sweeps slower, I just wanted to make a cover quickly.

Im trying to learn their song, "children of fire" which has some sweeping in the chorus im learning.

Ill check out your covers when Im at my house.