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I found this online, would be awesome if someone finished it and added drums and bass haha, check it out

http://www.mediafire.com/?8cuh0f75adhv68e
I found this online, would be awesome if someone finished it and added drums and bass haha, check it out

http://www.mediafire.com/?8cuh0f75adhv68e
Thank you guys!

Yeah I did the Cinema cover back when this was still a solo project haha :p
I haven't posted here in a long time! My band released our debut EP back in September 2012, thought some of you might like it

The whole EP was self recorded, in my basement, using just a POD Studio GX for guitar and bass tracking, and a Rode NT1-A mic for vocals. Drums were all programmed using guitar pro. It was mixed and mastered by Vision Studio (https://www.facebook.com/VisionStudioNC?fref=ts)

You can download it for free or donate if you feel so inclined, here's the link!

Bandcamp:
http://galacticpegasus.bandcamp.com/album/mirages-ep

Youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xC3n1Zrbmlo

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/galacticpegasus
I haven't posted here in a long time! My band released our debut EP back in September 2012, thought some of you might like it

The whole EP was self recorded, in my basement, using just a POD Studio GX for guitar and bass tracking, and a Rode NT1-A mic for vocals. Drums were all programmed using guitar pro. It was mixed and mastered by Vision Studio (https://www.facebook.com/VisionStudioNC?fref=ts)

You can download it for free or donate if you feel so inclined, here's the link!

Bandcamp:
http://galacticpegasus.bandcamp.com/album/mirages-ep

Youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xC3n1Zrbmlo

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/galacticpegasus
http://youtu.be/A6FXEKsJTs0

Download link to guitar pro and PDF tabs in the video description, as well as instrumental version, enjoy!
Bandcamp:
http://galacticpegasus.bandcamp.com/album/mirages-ep

Hope you guys enjoy! For fans of Born of Osiris, Volumes, Veil of Maya etc.

We are a 5-piece djent/progressive influenced metalcore band from BC, Canada. We recorded this EP by recording all bass and guitar DI's with a simple POD Studio GX. The vocals were recorded using a Tascam interface and Rode NT1-A condenser mic.

We sent all DI's and vocals over to our friend Chris at Vision Studios for mixing and mastering.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mcu_0uleLck

Guitars:
POD Farm
EZMix

Bass:
ezmix

drums:
superior drummer 2.0
ezmix
drumagog

master bus:
ozone 5
http://youtu.be/ifC3KRcx-4M

Equipment:

Ibanez RG7321 with Liquifire/Crunchlab
Ibane SR505BM
Schecter... idk what model

Drums are superior drummer with drumagog and ezmix

tones were a combination of pod farm, redwirez and cla suite.
Thanks guys. I used drop F for this recording because the lowest note in the song was an F, so I thought it would sound cool to have the guitar in that tuning haha.

And there's no point in buying an 8 string if I am only gonna use the first 2 strings! :p
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8a4kZ1T--I

Guitars:
Ibanez RG7321 with CrunchLab/Liquifire
POD Farm
Redwirez
CLA Guitar

Bass:
Ibanez SR505BM
CLA Bass (no amp modelling at all, just DI into this vst)

Drums:
SD2.0, kick and snare replaced using drumagog

Synths are Omnisphere, the only extra thing I did was add a boost at 60Hz for the bass drops.

Vocals were recorded with a guitar hero mic believe it or not, then applied some compression and CLA vocals vst

Ozone 5 is on the master bus

Galactic Pegasus on facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/galacticpegasus
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKoXX6BcQnQ

I added in some 7 string chugs and stuff just to give it a bit more, add something new to the song, nothing too crazy.
http://youtu.be/brd94PiHJYY

please let me know what you think
Thanks! And yeah lol, I stuck a whitechapel sticker on the poster
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfJ7AXTAoHI

Please check it out, really proud of this one! I'm the dude playing guitar/bass in the video haha.
Quote by laid-to-waste
this shit had 1/66 the views it has today

good job man

oh, and your original music's dope

Thank you! I'm blown away at how much attention it is getting, and it's really helping my actual music project, thanks for taking the time to check it out
Looooooooooooool wtf
I do as well, I just thought it'd be funny to satire it anyways, and hope that most people have a sense of humor about it
My first viral video That would be sweet
Thank you all, lolol
Thank you! I'm not sure how he learned haha, I am the one doing the guest vocals and the instruments

Thanks for checking it out and glad you enjoyed it
http://youtu.be/WSD14F1yboY

Please let me know what you think! This is my first vocal cover (where I only do vocals) and I wanted to test out this new mic I bought today.

The vocals were all pre-recorded, and the only effects I added was some reverb and compression

Thanks!
http://youtu.be/mpi4qusJ68U

Please let me know what you think!

Ibanez RG7321
Ibanez SR505BM
Reaper
Superior Drummer 2.0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIwaUDzw7fE&feature=youtu.be

Ibanez RG7321 w/ crunch lab, liquifire
POD Farm
Redwirez
CLA guitar

Ibanez SR505BM
CLA Bass

Superior Drummer 2.0

Reaper

Please let me know what you think and check out the respective artists involved in this song

Thanks
http://youtu.be/rl8V-5LZKrg

I (Galactic Pegasus) did all of the isntruments and mixing/mastering. Vocals were done by Darian Mazloomi of Argent Strand!

Thanks for watching
Quote by Eggmond
is it any different in concept of shoenbergs method of rolling a dice and using tone rows? just because this method is used to create dull unmelodic riffs doesnt mean it doesnt have potential


Exactly. Or what about After the Burial's Pi? They created a breakdown based on the number pi.

"The actual tempo is 120 beats per minute (bpm). You can hear this by listening for the closed hi-hat that is panned left: it is playing constant eighth-notes.

The snare is on beat three in 4/4 time at 120 bpm.

A crash cymbal accents beat one of the first measure in 4/4. It is repeated every four measures.

Now this is where it gets tricky: the china cymbal.

It's hard to feel the breakdown in Pi at 120 bpm, and this is mostly due to the china cymbal, which is playing a 4 over 3 (4/3) dotted-eighth note ostinato that begins on the "E" of one.

Confused?

Check it out: A quarter note is equal to one beat in 4/4 time, but so are two eighth notes, or 4 sixteenth notes. It's all about subdividing note values.

When you count a measure of 4/4 in quarter notes, it's: 1, 2, 3, 4.

When counting in eighth notes, it's: 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +. (a plus sign refers to the spoken count "and" ex. "One and two and three and four and")

When counting in sixteenths, it's: 1 E + A 2 E + A 3 E + A 4 E + A. (Spoken: "One e and a two e and a three e and a four e and a)

So when I say the china starts on the "E" of one, I'm referring to the spoken counting value assigned to the second 16th note in a quarter note duration.

A dotted eighth note is a duration of three 16th notes, an ostinato is a persistently repeated pattern. Basically, the china plays on the bold-capitalized letters:

one E and a TWO e and A three e AND a four E and a ONE e and A etc.

Starting to get it? Cool.

At last, the reason Pi is what it is: the Double-bass pattern.

The formula of Pi for the kick drum was pretty far fetched at first, but seemed to work well once the track was finished. The numbers and rests in the formula translate to 16th notes on the kick drum, and 16th note rests. There is no kick drum beats where there are snare drums. Sooo, here it is:

With the decimal point BEFORE the number, and starting with the first number, move that many decimal points to the right and insert that many 16th note rests. Use one 16th note rest to divide the numbers you passed (when applicable). Continue on throughout the rest of the figure. No repeats.

So basically for the first step, you'd place the point (pt) before the first number, three: (pt)3.14159265

Next you jump the decimal three points to the right: 3.14(pt)159265

That's where you insert three 16th rests, and insert one 16th note rest between the other numbers you passed: 3(16th rest)1(16th rest)4(dotted-eighth)159265

Now, your decimal lies in between the 4 and the 1. So, following the formula, you move one point to the right of the 1 and insert one 16th note rest. There are no numbers to separate with single 16th rests, so you move onto the next number, which is 5, and follow the same instructions.

That's all there is to it! The formula extends out to 71 decimal points

Oh, and by the way...there's an extra special secret buried within the song that will be up to YOU to figure out

Enjoy."
http://youtu.be/4vsDm9D8WWA

Please let me know what you think! All the details are in the video description
Haha, yeah that's fair enough man. I understand where you are coming from. I'm not trying to say that anyone should or should not use it.

I wouldn't condone an entire song written in this fashion of course, but I mean for a short section or to start the flow of creativity or get over writer's block I don't see why not.
I don't personally see a problem with it. You don't have to strictly do what teh cards tell you or something. I just see it as a good way to get over writer's block, you might not particularly use the riff/breakdown that ends up happening, but I mean you can branch off from it and make it your own.

Again I haven't used this method in the writing of any of my songs, but I don't see why there should be a problem if I decided to. And besides that, it's fun to do and something simple if you are bored.