#1
Hello! This is my latest creation, just recorded and edited a few hours ago. I know some of the mixing is out of sync in a few parts, but nothing that really takes away from the music for me. My recording gear is not phenomenal, but I can get my ideas down atleast!

Here it is!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsmYNEFiIFk

C4C!

EDIT: just realized I didn't fade out the ending like a meant to, don't listen to the whole thing expecting it to change!
Music must be honest to be timeless.
Last edited by boratian at Oct 23, 2011,
#2
Dude, your tone is awesome haha. Like you said about my song, I like this from the first note! Real funky intro, man. I like where the song goes after that, but I really wanted to hear some drums in there. If you want, you can make a drum track and send it to me as a midi file and I'll convert it into some real good sounding presets like the ones in my song. Besides that, the structure is alright, but I feel like it changes a bit too much. And the sweeping part, forgot where it was - was a little too random but well played. I suggest working on your songwriting structures and also tighten up your playing. That said, great job on this and thanks for commenting
#3
The main part of the song is the first half, so just in case anyone is intimidated by the song length (trust me, i usually avoid really long ones too) just critique the first half or so, thats what I focused the most on, the second half is the beginning to another song I wrote that I felt worked as a quiet extended bridge. I might actually re-record this second half at some point to be heavier with distortion.
Music must be honest to be timeless.
#4
boratian,
I like the guitar riffs (sounds funky on the intro!), though the playing is a bit sloppy on the intro. The speed metal riff has better playing, though the guitar tone could be better on that. Kind of sounds like 3 separate songs because the guitar riffs often have radically different style. Please review my music at this link:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1490985
#5
really nice tones, but i would recommend focusing on one of those various genres of your riffs, especially the funky/blues one in the intro (mine personal favourite), and making the drums, bass etc. nice progression.
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#6
Disclaimer: Obviously music is totally subjective.

That said. I did not like the tone. It seemed very flat to me and all mid with no high or low? I can definitely see the guitar skill in it, but the sheer speed and non-melodic nature of it did not appeal to me, no offense. Would love to hear it again with some drums at least.

C4C: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=28416413#post28416413
#7
I really liked the tone for the intro - the playing could be a little more tight but I can tell that you are a great guitarist just by the way you create groove with your playing!

Overall it sounds like 3 different songs - with the intro being the most interesting.

If you have any questions about recording or programming drums feel free to ask - you've got great skills and decent ideas so its a shame that you dont have a good production to showcase them!

Check out my cover of NIN, it sounds a bit better than my black metal productions )

http://soundcloud.com/harpo777/nine-inch-nails-wretched-cover

Cheers!
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Carvin DC 727 Custom w/ Bare Knuckle Pickups
ENGL E625 Fireball 60
BM 2x12" Celestion Vintage30 Custom cab
Line6 POD x3 Live
Behringer V-Tone GMX210, lol.

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