#2
Pretty cool, the use of the choral noises in the background definitely make for an intereresting sonisphere. Everything did seem a bit quiet though, other than that, sounds good man.

C4C?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1488545
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#3
wow that was a beautifully produced, epic track. you should definitely start doing gigs with a band if you hvaent already, this stuff needs to be heard!
loved the overall feel and progression, and especially the choir synths. How do you get those sounds btw? i try to get an epic sound using the programmable choir synth presets in fl studio, but i cant seem to hit the sweet spot, so i end up using microsoft midi output ones instead.

anyways, the only things i have against your recording are the solos- you definitely should have spent some more time getting the timings and tone right- they sound like something an amateur producer would record, whereas everything else sounds so professional and high quality- definitely and imbalance. nothing to do with the composition or anything, just that you should have spent some more effort, because, to me at least, the guitar solos are usually the climax of the song, and you don't want it to stand out for the wrong reasons.

overall nice recording- love the dt sound. i followed you and commented on your track. hope to hear from you soon!
c4c? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=28350579#post28350579
Last edited by naybnbyuwn at Oct 18, 2011,
#4
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How do you get those sounds btw? i try to get an epic sound using the programmable choir synth presets in fl studio, but i cant seem to hit the sweet spot, so i end up using microsoft midi output ones instead.]


All of my synths are VSTi's I've grabbed from sites like DSK (http://www.dskmusic.com/) and Free Music Software (http://freemusicsoftware.org/category/vsti). I do still use regular MIDI once in a while, like the vibraphone in this one and my last post.

Yeah, those solos. lol Each of them were improvised during each of the re-recordings I did, so I just kind tried to tweak them until they sounded a bit better. I finally figured out exactly what I played recently, so then next time I record the song, the quality will be immensely better. lol
#5
Production is real good, you must have spent your time on that! I like the melodies in the intro it has a real nice feel to it. It flows perfectly into the clean riff. I like your riffing a lot, and whatever effects your using are awesome. You playing is very well executed, the guitar work is tight. I like the sound of the drums too. There's nothing to complain about, this is entirely a great a song! A good combination of heavy and softer parts, and the whole thing is real progressive like you said. The leads, awesome and well played. I especially like the one at around 3.52. Good job on this song man I started following you

Check out my melodeath song with no drums?
http://soundcloud.com/touke/a-shield-to-conceal-no-drums
#6
seems like the bass has been over emphasized on the guitars.try to humanize your drums.EQ some of your synths your guitars so bassy. NICE CONCEPT on the song im gonna make one this!!!
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#8
Dude your music is epic! Totaly somthing i would buy if you recorded a full-lenght!
Can you please give me some feedback about my progressive metal song?:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1488995