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Last old song I'll post here, next will be new stuff!
This one is a song I firstly did for myself, but that my other guitarist wanted for my band. Unfortunately, we had to give up on it, as it was way too technical drumwise and required samples to be played on stage (and we don't have the money to buy the gear yet ;__; ). So it remained in my computer, without any vocals as usual with my old stuff. I used TSE x30 for the guitars with s-preshigh IR, bass is just my guitar downtuned, loaded through the AmpegSVX VST. Drum is Superior Drummer (or Metal Foundry, can't remember).
That's the last old song I had for you guys, next time I'll post a brand new song with vocals! It'll be a "prelude" for my upcoming EP that I'm planning on releasing by the end of august.
Don't expect anything too fancy please, but be sure to check it out! :)
EDIT: thanks to the latest review, I remembered why we actually didn't keep the song. It wasn't intended to be played live, as it was just a test song I composed to find a djenty sound to my guitars x) It is in fact composed of 3 riffs I had put together (guess you'll easily be able to notice where one ends and the other begins ahah). Truth is, the beginning sounds a lot like Intake by Volumes (if you haven't checked them yet, do it now), and I remember going back and forth between the song uploaded on one track in Cubase and my mix, to try to find a similar drum and guitar sound. Obviously, I failed, but this song still helped me a lot finding the sound for my album.
I'll be posting a new song next week, stay tuned!
C ya very soon!
Sam D. Hyde