#3
I'd like it better if I could hear the drums all the way through. There are parts where the guitar completely eats the snare. Otherwise, cool.
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#4
This is cool. Nice riffs, solid drums. A little more bass would be nice, with a slightly better tone. The pause at 1:13 is amazing. Really effective. As well as 1:53. Very nice. The rest is solid too. Good energy. A slightly better ending would have been nice, but that might just be because I'm personally not big on fadeouts. But regardless, this is a solid piece of work Vocals would be nice. Can't sing? Who cares Do you mind checking mine out? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1509419
#5
this is just so dirty, are you going for a lofi or do you just have shit equipment? because the lofi really works, its just a little too lofi if thats what youre going for. but i agree that pause was perfect
i hear electric wizard dopemine vocals? what do you plan on doing?
#6
Totally agree with you on the drum levels! Didn't have a bass guitar so I had to lower the recording an octave, and the fadeout was kinda thrown in, not a fan of it either. As far as the sound It's kinda both tbh, I'm really into lo-fi and I have shit equipment, kinda makes it more true to the genre I suppose.
#7
I can dig it. I like the guitar tone - it's very fitting. It's a very Black Keys and kinda vintage vibe you've got in this song. I love the whole lo-fi garage rock revival sound, and I think this song will be great once you add in the vocals. Hell, I think it's great as it is.

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https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1510671
#8
Quote by ARom22
I can dig it. I like the guitar tone - it's very fitting. It's a very Black Keys and kinda vintage vibe you've got in this song. I love the whole lo-fi garage rock revival sound, and I think this song will be great once you add in the vocals. Hell, I think it's great as it is.

C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1510671


haha the old Black Key's records were big influence on my playing, it's good to hear that. They were one of the main reasons I gave up " Shredding ".