#2
Sounds pretty good dude. Not a big fan of that guitar tone. The Ryhthm tracks were pretty tight but some of the lead licks need a bit touched up and a little more finess. Also, the djenty stuff sounds a bit too choppy? Like, I am not exactly sure what is causing that feel to it. Did you edit your DI's in those area's? Anyways, good job bud. Keep having fun!
#3
the rhythm was great, i feel like the drums were well composed, however, if they were real it would make the rhythm guitar easier to listen too. i'm out a drummer at the moment so i understand theres only so much you can do. the leads were fantastic in my opinion. i would love to hear some vocals to compliment the lead licks and give the song a bit more breathing room, allowing the leads to hold back a bit at certain points of the song. really enjoyed the composition though and in my opinion thats number one.

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#4
Quote by surjer
Sounds pretty good dude. Not a big fan of that guitar tone. The Ryhthm tracks were pretty tight but some of the lead licks need a bit touched up and a little more finess. Also, the djenty stuff sounds a bit too choppy? Like, I am not exactly sure what is causing that feel to it. Did you edit your DI's in those area's? Anyways, good job bud. Keep having fun!


Thanks for the criticism. I did edit my rhythm guitars to see if I could make them sound tighter, but if its too noticeable I probably won't do it as much.
#5
I really like the drums, would sound great on real ones. Contrary to surjer, I really adore the guitar tone. Lead work is very cool and tasty on top of the nice rhythm of the rhythm guitars. The "breakdowns" like the one at 1:12 sound a bit generic to me, but they add some needed dynamic contrast. I liked the part with the arpeggi, works surprisingly well with the heavy rhythm guitars on top.

Very good overall, nice job. Check out my music in my signature.
#6
Thanks for your feedback on my song!

Right away I find this really impressive, everything comes through clearly and precisely.
Some great riff work and a superb lead tone to my ears.
The drums sounded super impressive to be sampled, definitely one of the better examples I've seen of what can be done with them.
I like the little mellow drop about halfway through a lot. Fantastic work.
#7
DirtyChain,
I have done design work on drilling rigs that attach to cranes, including one that went to the Nevada Test Site (where they used to explode atomic bombs). I can do calculations concerning stress and strain (strain being deflection, not mental strain; engineering stuff). Your tune: interesting stop/start rhythm. Guitar playing is good/tight. Drums fit the song well. Nice tune (kind of like djent, but better) & audio quality! Please review my music at this link:

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#8
I do like the rhythm throughout the song. A lot of the leads are tasteful and fit in very well except at 2:12 that little phrase was awkward to my ears but the way you got out from it and ended it was nice. As far as what I would of done if I had your kind of rhythm capabilities under my fingers, Id try to add some more kinds of chords. Otherwise I like your style, it was a great listen and thanks for your feedback.
#9
Awesome track man

The rhythm was solid, and the contrast between that and the lead was really pleasant on the ear
#10
I really like this
I think the over tightness is a slight issue but that's balanced out by the song itself, although I think if I were mixing it, I'd go for something a little more Marshally and 'open' sounding. The lead tone was great though.
Personally, I'd also go for a bass tone with a bit more growl.
May I ask what gear you used for this?
Overall, I like this a lot!


Could you possibly have a listen to my tone test and tell me what you think?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1688575
#11
Quote by CorrosionMedia
I really like this
I think the over tightness is a slight issue but that's balanced out by the song itself, although I think if I were mixing it, I'd go for something a little more Marshally and 'open' sounding. The lead tone was great though.
Personally, I'd also go for a bass tone with a bit more growl.
May I ask what gear you used for this?
Overall, I like this a lot!


Could you possibly have a listen to my tone test and tell me what you think?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1688575


Thanks, man.
I already decided not to over edit my guitars, so I don't have that "over tightness." For this track, I used my LTD MH-103QM plug directly in my audio interface then applied some LePou amps. For my bass, I record a dry guitar then lower the pitch and apply a bass amp sim.
#12
Hi mate. The production on this is massive. I liked the guitar tones- they sounds huge and the playing is tight throughout. The fairly "lazy" leads (not in a bad way!) helped prevent the song sounding robotic which a lot of djent-y rhythm tracks can. I would have been tempted to back the rhythm levels down a bit in a few places to let the leads shine a bit more but that's a very minor point as it is generally well mixed. A nice track!

C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1688703