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Yeah I think its a bit 'track 6 on Machine Head' by Deep Purple of them if you catch my drift
I don't know why they won't un-green me. But I have 'retired' to the powers that be and am no longer performing any duties.
Then click quote instead of reply.
Nice, I have never tried one of those mini ENGLs but I remember being a bit younger and really wanting an ENGL cause KSE and a lot of metal bands I liked were using them. The only ENGL I have tried was a Blackmore and it was very brief. Killer sound though
Yeah I know, it threw me off for a while
Nice. Those are really sweet looking and a killer deal for the price really. What color? Sweet hardware upgrades too.
What are you using for amps nowadays?
Sounds like youre doing pretty well. What kind of ESP?
We have a like button now too
Long time, no see. How have you been?
Yeah, I double tracked the vocals ,for that kinda 90s feel. I'm just not a good singer haha.Hmm. really liked the energy. I think the vocals are mixed a little wrong. Some parts sound spot on, but some clash quite hard. Did you you track the same vocal parts twice?
But other than that it sounds really good. It's been so long since I've listened to punk, reminds me of my days wearing bandanas and long, emo cut hair. You've definitely got the punk touch. Keep at it.
Thanks for reviewing my track. This track definitely has some excitement. There are parts where the guitar and drums lock in real well and it sounds really tight. The main thing that needs improvement is the mix. A little too much high end, but also there s alot of muddiness in the mix, try a high pass filter on your guitars and that should clean things up. Also try scanning with a parametric eq on your guitars to find the sections that are really harsh and do a 3-5bd cutt in those areas.
Great track! I agree that the high end is a bit much. Great playing, and I love the dynamics in the tune. The playing is also very tight, and I think the sound of the guitars are awesome. So overall a great track, but I would agree with the poster above that the mix needs some work. I found this tune very enjoyable, and it really isn't my genre, so well done!
"Where to Djents" --- I felt that the mix was a little to compressed and trebly. I felt at certain parts, the cymbals, guitars, synth and snare were all fighting to be heard in the higher register particular at about 1:00-1:12. Similarly the leads at 1:30-2:00 were drowned out by the cymbals. I hear this approach in other artists that mix Djent too, but I feel this leaves sections sounding a little sterile, when I know there's a lot of dynamic potential available. Overall, I think there's an excellent foundation here, but I believe working a bit more on the mix would improve delivery of the track itself.
Could you check out my track Pilfered seeds at https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1705702 ?
I don't know if you're a Periphery fan, but they released a video recently that would be right up your alley...
no sir, never heard of them. but i'm into webers mostly.
Nice, I really dig the tones you're getting out of that thing for sure.
Yeah it sounds great for sure. Sweet grind on it. Great playing too
What are you mic'ing it with?
Hey brett! so you're a cheddarhead now?
Nice, I don't think I have ever tried the Gigmaster 15 but it seems pretty sweet. How does it compare to the Screamer?
Splawns are nice, what does your buddy run? A Hot Rod?
Right now I'm bouncing between a Rectoverb and a Vintage Club 30. Might be getting a local dude to do me up a nice 18 watter combo though if I get tired of the VC.
Nice and yeah its a bit silly with the reply/quote button. I mean 1 just bolds a name
Sounds like quite a bit of fun man. What kind of ENGL?