#1
I made this in about 30 minutes. it needs guitar and drums if anyone wants to do that, I'm just too lazy. I do realize it sounds a bit like mastodon though. c4c thanks
Attachments:
A Work In Progress.zip
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#2
Rocking bassline! It's tricky to play, I love it lol. It kinda sounds like Tool in a way, although it's hard to determine what genre of music your trying to produce. Some parts sound like metalcore and other sound something like Tool or something similar, so I don't know it I can write you any parts. But that bass was enough to keep me listening. I like how you're not using the bass as just a background/rhythm instrument, it's actually producing it's own little lead in a way. Can't wait to hear it with the other instruments. 8/10

C4C this one please.
http://ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=801049
#3
i must say

best thing ive heard on bass here in a long time

great job

i was hoping for an amazing bass solo though

that main riff just is awesome though
nothing really at all wrong

ill see what i can do with some guitars and drums for ya in a bit

overall though 10/10 amazing

c4c?https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=13083954#post13083954


EDIT:
heres a preview
just some stuff, no fills or anything yet just basics
Attachments:
bass riffage.zip
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Last edited by envoykrawkwar7 at Mar 2, 2008,
#4
thanks for the input guys
any more?
If I ever win the lottery, I will make a restaurant and call it "Thank you for calling, how may I help you" so when someone calls, I can say "Thank you for calling thank you for calling how may I help you how may I help you"
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