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Finally! after a week of work it's finished! my first track using my guitar :3 I've been playing guitar since I was 17 (so roughly 3 years now) I haven't practised much since I started making music electronically, but I do dabble every now and then.
I've always wanted to make something with a rock/metal influence but never had the recording equipment to do so. I started off making a dubstep track with one of the coolest custom dubstep basses I ever made (from scratch). I put a lot of time into mastering it and trying to get the best possible sound I could.
Half way through I decided to do a little seperate experiment by recording some guitar... with my headset... yep, my recording equipment consist of a Â£10.00 headset. Anyway, I recorded some samples which didn't sound half bad. I figured I could master them enough to sound half decent. So I sliced up some samples so they wouldn't sound too out of place in a robotic computer track and incorperated them into the dubstep track into some kind of rock/metal/techno/dubstep hybrid!
I spent every day for the past week trying to make this perfect recording the same things over and over, adding and removing so many things and trying to make everything work. It isn't perfect, I'm aware of the flaws. But there's only so much you can do when your recording equipment consist of a Â£10.00 headset :P