#1
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Called Untitled, Some parts have a lot of white noise, and some parts are quite messy to say the least, I would like to know your thoughts on it though (keep in mind when it is done it will be recorded without errors and white noise). Thanks.
#2
i like it
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#3
Considering you are still in your first year of playing, good so for. I am sure you are aware that the tone needs a lot of work. The clean tone wasn't bad, typical metal band clean tone. But that "distorted" tone...... With something like a Pod or similiar device you could nail 100% better tones. With the right tone that "heavy" part would sound pretty heavy. Add a powerful drummer and you got the makings of a good metal tune.

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#6
Chorus effect is a nice choice for the intro, you should accent the chords more so it sounds "wetter". For the nu-metal sound, or metal sound you want to achieve, as was stated some better hardware would give you the bassier tone you want to get kids moshing n stuff (i mean thats why you guys do it right ;D ?). Overall good piece, in terms of rythm. Hold onto this idea and use it as a starting point to progress.

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Chorus effect is a nice choice for the intro, you should accent the chords more so it sounds "wetter". For the nu-metal sound, or metal sound you want to achieve, as was stated some better hardware would give you the bassier tone you want to get kids moshing n stuff (i mean thats why you guys do it right ;D ?). Overall good piece, in terms of rythm. Hold onto this idea and use it as a starting point to progress.

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I wouldn't call it nu-metal but I have my bass turned low on my amp, I could just turn that up I assume?
#8
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its all in your ear and your preference , but bass does give it a "kick", too much bass just distorts it. Also depends on how you hit the strings as well while playing.
#10
It had a nice rhythm. I liked it. It sounds a little rough now, but I think you'll get it down. I listened to it all the way through. It's really good for only six months of playing. The part immediately following the clean sounds good & the heavy part. I could see a bass pulling off the fill with the guitar still still doing the double strums well.

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#11
It's a little rough, not quite what I was expecting. Tone needs to be worked on as everyone said, but other than that. . .6/3/10 I suppose.
#12
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I really like the intro, it sounds perfect.

The distortion sounds aweful and annoying. You need to bass it up and turn down the mids. I think it will sound good as soon as you work out the kinks... oh, I'm not so sure with the outro... it's not within the same structure as the main riff.

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It's not an outro, but yah the distortion sounds bad through my mic.