Discussion in 'Musicians' started by nickeax, Nov 9, 2008.
i really enjoyed that..
Wow.. there's definitely some talent in here!
Especially liked nickeax's freakout sounds and the building tension of thraxeh's instrumental.
Here's work in progress:
This is what the inside of my head sounds like. Lots of swirling layered droning hi-gain guitars. Squier/Fender Tele into a Line6 Pod X3, then further processed in Ableton Live.
I've got a few unfinished drone tracks that I'd like to properly string together one of these days...
Heh I thought I'd add to this thread, not sure if my style really fits in with all the guitars though
Anyway - a track I wrote this morning after 3 days of being out partying, been listening to a lot of 80's music (in case you can't tell from the track)
Will You Love Me
Basically got the exact sound I was looking for, not sure about the arrangement or if certain parts are too boring?
Man, that gave me massive 80's flashbacks. Those drums absolutely nail that 80's sound. Especially the little rolls on the snare.
It's like I'm back in school listening to Pet Shop Boys or Thompson Twins in my room again...
flash backs to all my old amiga games!
hey that drummer's kit sounds so awesome...
Damn that sounds cool.
I've been listening to alot of MOS and the electro in that just hits the right vibe for the mood of the song any more of your work?
I just finished this
Lyrics are quite random.
Around 1:40, how did you get the horrible short distorted sound?
You have a normal bassline and then the distorted accents.
These are just a couple of short demo tune things I made today while testing out how the Dimarzios from my RG sound in my new S series. All guitar parts are the S320, song one was reamped in GR3, song two was straight from the line out of my boss multifx thing.
HELL of a tone test man. Those both sounded great.
What proggy are you using to record these and lay down drums? I'm on the search and can't seem to find anything reliable :S
Not too shabby on the shredding either, very nice and smooth.
Thanks Mettool. I use Ableton to lay down my parts and to arrange everything together, and for drums I've recently started using Addictive drums. Here's the demos for both if you want to check them out:
As always love those guitars man.
Also that 2nd track reminded me of Apollo 440 - but harder
Thx Ed, I love my new S series so much I've hardly touched any of my other guitars since I got it.
This is it with the new pickups installed:
This is our band, playing some blues.
I made a few different formats.
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Yet MP3 wasn't an option?
I'm an idiot! I forgot about mp3 altogether...
First song from a demo im finishing.
Second song from same demo.
This is one of my bands songs, It was recorded live and then vocals done after. I did all the tracking/mic placement and mixing/producing.
I'm the bass player and I did backup vocals.
Snare - sm57
Kick - some random large diagram condenser, i used it cause it had a pad, hahaha, ended up working quite well i thought.
57 close miced, and then a Rode M3 3 feet away on the extension cabinet.