When I Return

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Uploaded
Jul 27, 2012 | 8:21 PM EDT
File Info
Song
7.6 MB
3 min 20 sec
Score
4.40 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 4.40 / 5 stars
Plays
360 Plays
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
Tags:
techno
guitars
classical

Author Comments

Hey everyone I experimented a bit with the entire song, the vocals I aren't sure if its any good, but I am hoping you could listen to it and tell me what you all think :) I would greatly appreciated it :)

I used EZDrummer and Nexus Inside of fruity loops for most of the song. The guitars are done with POD Farm.

Reviews


TheLitchTheLitch

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Half a star for courage enough to post this. Vocals are wretched, out of time, out of key, did you record with a trash can lid? I don't think you should sing on your tracks if you're going to post more. The drums are incredibly low in the mix and the progression of the chords is repetitive. Potential, though seriously deep, is there. Try again.



HugLovingPandaHugLovingPanda

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Some of the reviews on this were to generous, I'm going to be blunt here...the singing was terrible and the song was messy.



pearljam10pearljam10

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yay you finally did a song! and what an interesting song it is. It doesn't really sound like anything I've heard before which is a good thing. The song has intense atmosphere. The vocals are really mysterious and sound really megaphoned/radio like. Are some of the vocals backwards?

Now as for the mixing, I would turn the drums up quite a bit so they are more driving. As for the other instruments I think they would benefit greatly from some panning. Everything besides lead vocals, bass, and the kick drum/snare can be panned around and it will really make all the difference.

So yeah, I'm glad you finally made a song :)! Also, I didn't know you could play guitar! Keep at it man, If this is a song you made two years ago then I can't wait to hear something new :)


vishalhd responds:

Thanks alot for the review man! I always strive for something new and original, that's why I take so long to make a track. When I made this song, I didn't have a microphone, so I recorded it in my bathroom, using my cybershot camera, What your hearing is probably the reverb I added in, as well as the other stuff.

I tried to pan some of the guitars, like in the pseudo bridge/breakdown. But they were slightly out of phase. I will will attempt to redo the mastering and see if I can get it to sound better.

I can also play the acoustic guitar! :D :P But I have really trying to gear up with guitars, I have a youtube channel (VishalMediaMusic) where I do covers, but for some strange reason, I always do the audio perfect and screw up the video, and have sync problems *sighs* Poor Musicians problems.

Thanks alot for the review again man! :) Once I complete the newer song I am working on I will put it up here.


TzunamiTzunami

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It doesn't sound too bad. You have yourself a nice start, but you'd definitely want to look into learning the basics of mixing and music theory if you don't them by now. Besides the leveling issues, adding variation to your track, with changing melodies and harmonies, would work out well as well. Keep practicing and experimenting and I'm sure you'll get it.


vishalhd responds:

Thanks for the review man. :) I thought it needed some mixing and mastering. To tell you the truth I did this track like 2 years ago. I only recently added in the guitars. :)