#3
drums need to be turned down and guitar needs to be turned up
im a drummer, so take my advice when i say that the drums dont need to be so fast for the entire beginning, you should break it up a bit
the song needs to be beefed up a little bit, maybe with some hardcore bass
towards the end when you start varying everything a bit, it starts sounding a lot better
good work

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#4
Yeah, drums could be lowered a little. The tone could be a bit... sharper? brighter? Not too sure the word I'm looking for, but it's a bit muffled on that track. You're timing isn't horrible actually. It's a good rhythem track, but wasn't interesting enough by itself. Get yourself a singer and a bassist, and it'd be a decent song. The solo could use some more shape, as opposed to just a big shred of random notes. It wasn't bad per say, but lacked a little feeling and just general flow. By the way, very good for a 14 year old.

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Last edited by Revalk at Mar 22, 2007,