#2
I dig the beginning it has a great ambient feel to it. The overall tone of the guitar sound like your playing up higher on the neck sounds great. The woosh @ 40ish gives an overall cinematic feel and ads space. I enjoyed listening to this. Yeah man you should practice playing guitar again you've got talent. Idk why people say it's like riding a bike. I don't think anyone will ever lose there musical talent. But then again practice makes perfect

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Last edited by Jonathan Trejo at Mar 25, 2012,
#4
I like the beginning fades the balance is nice throughout the song. You keep a good beat throughout the song but I wish you would have made the main riff change a little more then it did. Take some time and really develop that riff to keep things lively. Other then that good job keep it up.

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#5
I like the beginning fades the balance is nice throughout the song. You keep a good beat throughout the song but I wish you would have made the main riff change a little more then it did. Take some time and really develop that riff to keep things lively. Other then that good job keep it up.

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Originally Posted by JAHellraiser
Go into Guitar Center and tell them you are willing to spend $3000 on as many Spider and MG half stacks as they can give you.
#7
Ah someone who uses dynamics, thank the lord. Cool song. I like the feel a lot. The constant beat in the background is a nice sense of time. As with most songs, I feel it's a bit too repetitive but I think I've just been spoiled by everything I've been studying recently. The effects you use are cool though, they definitely enhance the piece without sounding cheesy. I could see this going on a film score easy. Great job!

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#9
Thanks for the positive feedback everyone i'll do my rounds of c4c after i finish up this recording im working on!