Shiny Metal Blues (WIP)

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Nov 30, 2013 | 12:07 AM EST
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Song
1.6 MB
1 min 26 sec
Score
0 / 5.00

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

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Genres:
Other - Experimental
Tags:
fast
experimental
metal
blues

Author Comments

My first true attempt at synthesized music (i usually play my mason hamlin)

This was rather experimental, attempting to combine elements of blues (the whole thing is in b flat blues) with more of a metal or hard rock sound. Still quite in progress. I'd appreciate and tips and/or criticism.

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ObsidianSnowObsidianSnow

Rated 3 / 5 stars

This is an interesting entry. I really don't know where to place it...

Anyway, here's some constructive criticism for you!

Right off the top, I'll tell you that you're putting a little too much distortion on that guitar, imo. If you're doing it that way because you're going for a more metal kind of sound, you'll be better off changing the distortion itself than increasing the damage output on it.

Your piece sounds really dry - some reverb and delay would be good things to add, to give the song some "space" in the sound.

You could stand to bring the piano down a notch.

Play with some EQ (equalization) - right now things sound a little muddy. Part of that can be solved by using some effective equalization techniques. There are some great tutorials on EQ methods out there, I recommend spending some time looking at those and experimenting.

There seems to be a blip at the end of your guitar riff, which makes it sound a little non-contiguous. Not sure if that's a recording thing, or a release setting, or what. Not a big thing, but you'll definitely want to look into little things like that if you want to present a polished product.

Lastly, don't be discouraged if it sounds like I'm nailing you with a bunch of things I don't like - I'm telling you these things because I want to help you, and you sound like you want to get better. We've all been there, and I know how that can feel.

Keep pushing, OfficeGalactic.