#2
Link is broken dude, it takes me to my profile.
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That was a different Feb08er that threatened to suck you off
I remember that


Sadly, I was the threatened.
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Let it be known that I concur with everything this gentleman says, ever.



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#4
Why don't you actually read what TooFast said.
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#5
good, but wasnt too impressed, seemed a bit rushed, the main riff and solo needed to be more chunky (maybe more distortion). Best bit was the main chord's (more than a feeling bit) which sounded great.
#6
Quote by skilly1
good, but wasnt too impressed, seemed a bit rushed, the main riff and solo needed to be more chunky (maybe more distortion). Best bit was the main chord's (more than a feeling bit) which sounded great.



Thanks for the feedback, I couldnt find a drum beat to match the song and this was the closest i could get so i tried to paly with the drums which were a bit fast.
#7
Quote by masterk1818
Thanks for the feedback, I couldnt find a drum beat to match the song and this was the closest i could get so i tried to paly with the drums which were a bit fast.

Dude, if you need a really simple to use drum loop editor, use this:

http://www.rinki.net/pekka/monkey/#

it's java, and it launches in your browser. I use it all the time to create simple little drum loops for making new song ideas. Make your own loop and go to town.
#8
Quote by Airman Kai
Dude, if you need a really simple to use drum loop editor, use this:

http://www.rinki.net/pekka/monkey/#

it's java, and it launches in your browser. I use it all the time to create simple little drum loops for making new song ideas. Make your own loop and go to town.



Thanks man