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Jan 4, 2009 | 1:24 PM EST
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Song
1.5 MB
1 min 40 sec
Score
1.21 / 5.00

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Rated 1.21 / 5 stars
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826 Plays | 81 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Classic Rock
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Author Comments

Ok , I did Sample this but as you can tell it is really edited around and sounds nothing like garage band dumb loops. I really Tried on this one so i'd appreciate it if you would give real criticism and not "STFU NOOB AND STOP USING LOOPS" Just listen to it and you will know that i worked hard on this.

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LenardNotLennyLenardNotLenny

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Just some advice

You can use Garageband, and still make original music. Just don't use pre-made loops or Magic Garageband *cough*this song*cough*. Use the musical keyboard tool, and create your own synths, or better yet, record something yourself. Don't blame your lack of program options (which you don't have in the first place) for being targeted.



jesuswinsatlifejesuswinsatlife

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A piece of advice.

If you don't want the criticism, just switch programs and stop placing yourself in a position where people can easily target you. Yes you might have sampled the song, but it's distorted and sounds quite bad. Again, sounds like loops. Not necessarily a bad thing, but loops are supposed to be a background beat.

Drum and Bass artists use loops for the background on top of their own patters to fill and spice up their tracks. Some dance artists like myself use hihat loops to variate the percussion a bit.

Try branching off onto better programs and furthering your skill. I can see you've got some good ideas, but GarageBand can only take you so far. Might I recommend looking into Reason or ProTools?

See ya.


LakeWonder responds:

My programs are limited as a mac user. I have some programs im working on thought that aren't at crappy.