#1
Hey, check out this riff that I've made.
It begins with a Metallica influenced intro with an Angel of Death tribute riff after it.
Just ignore the name of the song, it was for a joke me and my friends have

My song on YouTube

The recording is very basic, some parts out of time and I could do a lot better, but I'm going to Wakestock Festival in about an hour so it's the best I could do for now.

Tell me what you think, any constructive criticism welcome.
Thanks, Webbo.
#2
the intro was pretty good
but when that riff comes in, it's awesome
nice
It's hard to kill a monster with a knife
But judging from the blood on my hands,
He won't be back for a while
#3
Can i come and play? no really it's a joke..

You are right, recording is very basic, but if you gonna make an ep is this the sort
quality you want? don't understand me wrong the guitarplaying is not bad
but it deserves the best quality..

What is your recording method? software, hardware..
greets
glenn
#5
Quote by rushie
Can i come and play? no really it's a joke..

You are right, recording is very basic, but if you gonna make an ep is this the sort
quality you want? don't understand me wrong the guitarplaying is not bad
but it deserves the best quality..

What is your recording method? software, hardware..
greets
glenn


Cheers, well basically i'm just using the MacBook's internal mic with Garageband amateur i know!
The band was meant to just be a joke, so the quality doesn't have to be professional.
I've been looking for a good drum program, do you have any suggestions?
Webbo.
#6
I liked it! The intro was good and the riff was way cool. Way too short though. I didn't like the tone of the lead guitar though. It wasn't bad, but it's not my cup of tea. Of course things like that always depend on what the artist is looking for anyway. Overall I think it's a good start to something cool!

I use Addictive Drums. The samples are very good and there are alot of them. It's got a nice independent mixer that allows you to adjust each drum seperately, it's got built in effects, panning, shapping, you name it. You can pretty much make your drums sound like anything you want. I think they have a demo if you want to download it. I'm not sure if they have a Mac version though. But most plugins do.


-Wadester

Crit this if you have the time.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=898572
#7
I now quality on youtube is not the best, but for a recording
with the MacBook's internal mic with Garageband.. not bad.

The band was meant to just be a joke, o.k didn't know it..

My suggestions: i once used a free drum program called hammerhead 1.0
but that's more hip hop, i have bought a year ago dfhs but have to learn lot before i
gonna use it, also i have my computer to be upgraded..
At the moment maybe a good suggestion is to use drum samples from a cd like
the bass mania for metal music, you have all sorts of style's there..
i use them at the moment and they are not bad.. cost's not much..
simple type bass mania in google and on the second website you can visit..

Ok alright rock ooooooooooooooooon