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[M-Jose] Ascendancy of Ecstasy

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Jun 11, 2008 | 7:42 AM EDT
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3.1 MB
3 min 20 sec
Score
3.51 / 5.00

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Rated 3.51 / 5 stars
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Metal, Rock - General Rock
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Author Comments

Firstly, for the love of god, it took me ages to make so if you're going to rate this listen to the whole thing...it should go without saying but if you're going to zero it then please tell me why.

It started off with the little intro chords and went on from there. For me this is quite an experimental piece:
The short intro is one of the outro riffs but with the notes arranged in reverse order, recorded, and then played backwards.
The outro is made up of my favourite four riffs from the previous solos, all overlapped on top of each other, which creates a pretty trippy outro.

If you like the general swing of this then check out the Ecstasy Interlude - it's basically the intro for this, so it's pretty chilled if you like that sort of thing...

Enjoy!

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SkatingIsGeneticSkatingIsGenetic

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice.

Sounds like you were doing a lot of downstrokes during the beginning.

It sounded really choppy, and I was expecting something much smoother.

The electric solo was very nice, that was a sweet ad in.

You fixed my part at 1:43ish. When you did the harmony, it was a good idea, but the notes you chose to harmonize with went away from the overall key of the song.

I agree, I still like the intro more, but this is good too.

Keep it up man!


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paradimensionalparadimensional

Rated 5 / 5 stars

...unexpected!

Okay, when the electric guitar came in, I thought, "dang, he ruined it!" But then, as I thought about it, who would want a piece to be exactly the same as its predecessor?

I still like twilight interlude more, but this is great in its own way.

Great drums at the beginning!



wyldfyre1wyldfyre1

Rated 4 / 5 stars

sounds familure.. but not so familure heh.

some of this i was like WHOA I know this..oh wait.. hehe i don't. lol Great drum track. Great guitar work. the guitar that comes in at 55 seconds does need a little work it has a bit of a annoying screatching sound that takes some of the beauty out of the song. I know whaty ou were going for though and keep that idea in mind! Just change the sound a bit. Over all great work!

Wyldfyre1


MetalJ0se responds:

cheers dude.