#1
http://soundcloud.com/indy_fire/win-or-lose

a second slice of the Indy project. This has a slight stoner feel at the start? I dunno.
but it's kinda grungy as far as the riff goes.
drums are again from my friend in the states http://www.dooleydrums.com/.
well worth checking him out for some free tracks.
Please comment on the tracks and give any kinda of feedback good or bad.
post your links as well so I can give those all improtant crits out.
#2
First and foremost: great quality on everything. I love the guitar tones.
The bass is great, really smooth tone and provides a great foundation for some soloing.
The lead I like for the most part, but I feel like certain parts of it are a little awkward. The phrasing could use a little work at times.
Have you considered putting vocals to this? Obviously they wouldn't fit over every part, but in some areas the guitar starts to take on more of a rhythm role and it would fit to have some singing.

C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1503091
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Like the White Stripes, RHCP, or Cage the Elephant? Check out mah band!
#3
Reminds me a lot of Sabbath and Zeppelin.
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#5
Quote by kraftmacaroni
First and foremost: great quality on everything. I love the guitar tones.
The bass is great, really smooth tone and provides a great foundation for some soloing.
The lead I like for the most part, but I feel like certain parts of it are a little awkward. The phrasing could use a little work at times.
Have you considered putting vocals to this? Obviously they wouldn't fit over every part, but in some areas the guitar starts to take on more of a rhythm role and it would fit to have some singing.

C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1503091


Cheers dude, The playing was mostly improv so there's parts where it either drops time or a duff not drops in...But I hear alot of that in the early rock recordings, kinda makes me sound human, some of those modern rock and metal solos almost sound programmed cause there so on the nail.

I have someone interested in trying some vox over it, infact I'm emailing it to him now so...if i works I'll post it up.

as for bands stuff, damn good rock right there, good job.
#6
Quote by jjbarnes
Reminds me a lot of Sabbath and Zeppelin.


2 very good bands to liken me to, thanks mate.
#7
Quote by DanielShaw123
Nice work again man! How you recording the guitar and bass? Sounds like a really full mix. I agree with the Sabbath and Zeppelin, and again, hints of Jimi sprinkled throughout!

Awesome.


Hey 2 dudes saying that, made my day!!!

The recording is pretty basic to be honest, Two drum tracks, one mixed lower with some reverb on just to fil it out. Again the bass has two tracks to have that thick sound to fill out under the guitar, and finally just one guitar track! No double tracks or multiple amps.
Guitar and bass was recorded though my Line6 guitarport using Podfarm(great tones out of the bag) and I use Reaper as my DAW.
The bass is the same guitar as the lead...I don't own a real bass guitar.....I use a morpheus droptune to get the bass sound from it. Poss the best pedal anyone has brought me, good for gigs too, cause I'm a foot stomp from detuning through and entire octave.
I was kinda just messing with these tracks and improvising, but the misses said they are good get em out there.
Had some great feedback off the folks who have heard em.