#1
I mixed a heavier thrash version of Tenacious D's Master Exploder. I made this a little while ago and I'm planning on doing another Tenacious d thrash remake so I was hoping I could get some tips or critique. Let me know what you think of the mixing, technique, playing, anything. I will C4C as much as possible.

Thanks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KQMafB_5g0
#2
Well it's impossible to recreate such a masterpiece, but you came close. I could dance to this.
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#3
I like it man, keep it up!
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amazing...you sir deserve a lol stack




#5
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Well it's impossible to recreate such a masterpiece, but you came close. I could dance to this.

Yes haha I agree it is impossible. I just thought about how cool the song would sound with some heavier guitars and thrashy drums so I tried my best to do it haha.
#8
Sounds pretty good! I like the drum sounds and your guitar tone is nice too. I think the track is generally lacking some high end. Maybe more cymbal-age , or just using open hi hats instead of the closed one throughout most of the track, would sort that out and also give it a more aggressive thrashy feel.

So yeah it's a pretty awesome cover overall, obviously the vocals are the original so i'm not gonna praise you on that haha

Nice job man, and thanks for checking out my track too!
#9
That.
Was.
****ing.
AWESOME!

Great job dude, I love both the original and this version you've created. How do you get the vocal track out from songs like that? Never really knew how. If I had to say something negative, I'd say I think the echo/reverb was too harsh during the solos but other than that I loved it. Keep it up!

c4c? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1517817