#1
Im still working on it, just want to now how its going so far ? Is it bad or decent?
Its just the rhytm guitar and drums in it at the moment, you can find it in my profile, crit mine and ill crit your song
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#2
i liked it, but im not sure what kind of metal you are going for, but to match your tone id make it sound more minor in your main riffs (like 0:01 to 0:33 and like 0:40 to the end)
other than that, it sounds great!
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#3
Really good riffs. Nothing id really change there.
Im not sure about the guitar tone, its a bIt fuzzy for my liking.
It feels like the drums could perhaps drive the song more, not that I can talk as i terribe at tracking good drum parts.
Pritty good actually, I hope to hear the finished product at some point.

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#4
Very nice man. Had a good beat to it.. not sure I'm a fan of the little drum segment around the :33 mark, but the rest was very good. I'd like to hear it more fleshed out (finished).
#5
thanks for the crits

its not a real guitar playing atm, just midi sounds :P that i EQed a bit
when i finish the song im going to record it with my engl and give it a massive tone :P

I have never played drums, so i have a pretty hard time to make them, but im working on it

And im kinda trying to do some happy metal ^^
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#6
hey i liked the riff it was pretty good for it to be midi, but i have a question how do u make the drum beats wat program do u use? u should crit my song its the demo
#7
i write a drum tab in guitar pro, where i write the song..

then i export the drum track as a midi file, and add the midi file to Reaper and put on the EzDrummer plugin effect, to get it to sound like real drums and render it and mix it with the guitar part that u can record from guitar pro with export as wave
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#8
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i write a drum tab in guitar pro, where i write the song..

then i export the drum track as a midi file, and add the midi file to Reaper and put on the EzDrummer plugin effect, to get it to sound like real drums and render it and mix it with the guitar part that u can record from guitar pro with export as wave


wow thats a pretty cool processes i gota try it lol
#9
Very interesting groove; it's always nice to hear something that's not a barrage where everything gets mixed together. I like the stutter-note/accent sequence; you've got a great start to this one.

Keep up the good work.

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#10
happy metal
gotcha!
than i guess its pretty much amazing!
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#11
i changed it a bit, still in profile, is it better or worse ?
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