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Trial By Fire (Intro)

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Dec 18, 2007 | 12:08 AM EST
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4.03 / 5.00

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Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal
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I thought this could still be used for a flash since it sounds perfect for some bloody, violent, knife-stabbing animation...I dunno.

Was kind of stuck on where to go with this, so please give some suggestions!

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SpedsonaPlaneSpedsonaPlane

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This could be just what I needed

lets see, it has the feel I'm looking for.



ZayanuZarocZayanuZaroc

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I have used your music here (below)

I have used your music here > http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view /432810
also awesome song!



Suspended-3rd-ChordSuspended-3rd-Chord

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Suggestions?

thats a pretty sick heavy riff, nice metal sound, like the pinch harmonics. If your tone had more gain and compression (if you got a pedal) they could squeal like a pig. Does remind me a little of Slayer.

I'm not sure of your equipment but you could probably squeeze a little bit better of a production sound-although its alright for an intro. I'd put some reverb on the guitar in the intro with the less heavy guitars to add some depth-then decrease the level of reverb once you get into the main sequence, and add a more heavier tone. If you got an actual bass or some synthesized bass on your computer(again not sure of your setup) you could play a heavy power chord riff with EQed mids on the guitar and leave room for a booming bass-making a super heavy sound.

well, I'm not super creative but it does sound like this riff is going to turn into something fast paced with a rocking blast beat, so in the intro you could gradually make the hi hats louder, spice up the rhythm a bit, and add a snare hit every 3 bars or so raising intensity to smoothly transition into a heavy riff. Again just jossling around some ideas, but by reading your description you want something badass sounding right :P? So I would keep a similar riff to the one you used in the intro on the lead guitars, with the rhythm gutiar playing a fast power chord riff backed by a fast blast beat.

good luck man, you're off too quite a good start.



tigerclawxtigerclawx

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

kinda good

Its ok, but it would be cool if you make like a full length version of this...?


PulmonaryAcademy responds:

I'm just stuck on where to go with it. So, maybe PM me with some suggestions?