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I am Hell! {Goth Metal}

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Oct 24, 2009 | 5:45 PM EDT
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6.4 MB
2 min 49 sec
Score
3.94 / 5.00

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Rated 3.94 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is my new song made on FL Studio 8. This is the first time when I recorded a real guitar.

I'd like to listen advices of improving the quality of my guitar sound.
I'm learning how to play on guitar miself for half a year, and I''ll be glad if you can guide my study with a good advices for it.
Which guitar is better for rock and metal? Right now I'm using Yamaha Patifica.

And please vote and review fairly - I tried my best to record my guitar on the best quality.

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monkeygearmonkeygear

Rated 5 / 5 stars

freakin awsome

dude ur songs r the best u should some up on youtube ud get alot of hits



4KugeropA4KugeropA

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow...

man,i loved it.. i added at favorites... you rock dude and how can i get q full free version of fl studio┬┐



pb02125pb02125

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

pretty sick

i can feel my soul becoming blacker as i listen to this.
the only thing i would change is throw in a heavy ass kick and listen to VisionsOfDoom's guitar suggestion. and crank the motherfuckin gain even higher on whatever amp ur using

rock on, Lorens


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TheLonesomeGothTheLonesomeGoth

Rated 5 / 5 stars

not bad

for a rock and metal sound i use a Washburn X29,


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VisionsOfDoomVisionsOfDoom

Rated 4 / 5 stars

good stuff

ok... the BEST way to make your guitar sound better would be to simply let me do it^^

anyways, scrap that yamaha and use a gibson. and turn up the bass. to FULL volume.
and you put more emphasis on creating a rhythmic feel by reducing the length of the notes (e.g. in the part that starts at 0:16), not letting the chords ring for several bars without palm-muting the strings. that always sounds quite messy to me. just think of a concise rythm and then hammer it on a tape.

and about the song, well it kinda lacks melody. it just sounds like a backing track.

I suggest writing a solo for the beginning of the song first 8 bars, until 0:16), as kind of an intro to provide atmosphere. and thats were the lyrics are supposed to start, and last for 16 bars until 0:48. that's were the C-part starts (right?). It kinda sounds like a break, which is a good thing, so you could simply leave it like that.

the part that starts at 01:58 sounds quite distinct, imo the guitar simply should double the melody of the bell-sounding thing.

overall 8/10.

hope I provided you with some good ideas, just keep up the good work this song has some real ass-kicking potential if you crank it up (a real good drummer would be nice as well).


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