#1
So this is something that just kind of happened, not really sure what to call it. It was programmed/looped with Garageband and of course threw in some guitar work. Let me know what you think!

https://soundcloud.com/daniel-griffin-2/night-sky
#2
I thought it was pretty nice, I especially liked the solo. Understated but effective. I think you should delve into it and flesh it out some more.

here's my latest: http://youtu.be/LcPrSk63suM

it's pretty much me on guitar with a processor and a drum track. I don't have looping capabilities so i use my delay to kinda get a droney sound. This is probably the fastest i have ever recorded, this is like the fourth recording i have ever done and i did it all in like two hours.
#3
Quote by erichzann
I thought it was pretty nice, I especially liked the solo. Understated but effective. I think you should delve into it and flesh it out some more.

here's my latest: http://youtu.be/LcPrSk63suM

it's pretty much me on guitar with a processor and a drum track. I don't have looping capabilities so i use my delay to kinda get a droney sound. This is probably the fastest i have ever recorded, this is like the fourth recording i have ever done and i did it all in like two hours.


Cool sounds man, very simple but effective. Keep it up!
#4
The track sounds very well mixed. The dynamics are very punchy. THe clap/snare is very in your face. The solo also sounds very nice. I liked it and to nitpick I'd just suggest adding some tension for added dynamic.

I just listened to it again. I really like this wavy synth that comes in and out. Very nice.
Last edited by nyandres at Feb 25, 2014,
#7
Definitely has it's own original sound. Good beat, but it gets way too repetitive after about 20 seconds in, because that's the only beat going on. Switch it up some, man. This could have a lot more done to it. The solo is good, but needs more presence in the mix. Sound a little bit low in volume (just barely). Add some delay/reverb to back the solo. It would add a much bolder sound. he rhythm guitar, to me, is almost non-existent. I heard a rhythm part for maybe 15 seconds at most. I do enjoy that synth in the back. Nice touch. This track needs a lot more work done to it, but I do enjoy what it is so far. I hear some potential.

C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1635370
#8
I like it, and i think i know what you mean by it "just kind of happened" because thats pretty much how all my recordings happen in garageband. At first I felt like there was too much shit going on but it sounds better when the guitar comes in because its more focused. And that opening beat is a good set up for it. It sounds a little over processed but i wouldn't worry about that its not as important as the composition part.
#9
Thanks for all the input guys, I really put minimal thought into this thing. I just kinda started playing around and this is what happened haha. Definitely a fun learning experience working on something thats way out of genre for me.
#10
I dig this tune. It gets a bit repetitive in the beginning, but when the solo kicks in, it's really nice. I agree that you should flesh this out, work on it a bit more and repost your results! I'd love to hear this with a lot more feeling and maybe even some vocals if you could find a way to incorporate them in. Keep on keeping on, m'friend!

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1634283
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I sound like an angry Yoda...is that a good thing...or a bad thing? lol