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Oct 13, 2007 | 6:45 PM EDT
File Info
2.2 MB
2 min 25 sec
1.91 / 5.00

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

Rated 1.91 / 5 stars
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571 Plays | 85 Downloads
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Author Comments

The first trial of my guitar equipment and new recording software.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty groovy...

I'm not really going to mark you down for sound quality at all, since I know from personal experience how hard it is to home record. The song itself? Power chords and a nice sounding little lead all with a pretty punk/grunge sound. I agree with that other guy, it sounds kinda Nirvana-esque. Especially your lead. But it wasn't too creative, at least not in my opinion. I found it a bit repetitive, and I cringed at the points where your lead comes in too early. But it takes practice, you'll get better. Work with syncing your tracks a bit. Overall, though, I liked it. It was crunchy and raw, and I like that. Keep it up.

KAMagicwarrior responds:

yeah, the quality does suck (live cpu mike and 15 watt amp...cause i cant use my stack in the house >.<). The riff was basic, hence the wasnt meant to be flashy, just a way to check the recording method, which sounds ok at best, and to startup my account...(all that was just a flashy way of saying ive only been playing for a year). as for the solo coming in too early, i used my loop station for the rythym and if you listen well enough, you can hear that the loop is slightly off....there is a small blank space which threw me off at every repetition. as for syncing the track, like i said: live i couldn't fix that other than re-record it, and i diddn't feel like it....i think that i'll make another, better version of this later, but for now, thanx for the constructive criticizm


Rated 3 / 5 stars


to the audio portal! Nice little tune - Nirvana inspired? ;P A little bit one-sided on the playing but pretty nice for your first trail. :)

I recommend that you get yourself a hold of a decent drum-prog. or vst as well like EZdrummer (vst) or acoustica beatcraft (prog., pretty ok for the start)

Keep it up dude! 4/5 welcome gift. ;)

KAMagicwarrior responds:

thanx for the drum programs...ive been looking for a good one but couldn't find anything decent...those may work.....if you happen to have any other music programs, i need stuff...all i have is audacity for recording ( cause it's good AND free), and i could use some better music editing/creating software....preferably free cause i waste all my money on video games, guitar stuff, and Magic: the gathering cards (hooray Lorwyn !).