#2
I liked it, i would've started singing along if i knew the words. Well done. What effects do you have going there? I really like the sound you've got.
#5
sounded cool, timing was slightly off in certain place, but overall a very good job - 9/10

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#6
Ok, Im a massive fan of In Flames, and I have to say I was fairly impressed, few parts were itchy but none the less I love seeing someone attempt In Flames!

Can I ask where did you get the backing track?
#10
That tone is crushing!!! Excellent job on this (levels aside). What software do you use to record? There is a plug in called Ozone that I think could really bring the bass and drums out in this. But as is, This is a really well played, well done rendition!! Great job.
#12
Pretty damn good cover but the recording quality is pretty bad. Might be too much distortion though.
#13
Quote by belgarion1919
That tone is crushing!!! Excellent job on this (levels aside). What software do you use to record? There is a plug in called Ozone that I think could really bring the bass and drums out in this. But as is, This is a really well played, well done rendition!! Great job.


Thanks dood, i was just using some software called Sony Vegas. I find it easier to do than Audacity. What programme is Ozone for ??