This is UBER fuck heavy. Haha. Dig it. Test, eh? Wow man.
I likes a lot.
I saw your response about snares, I have a few snare samples I haven't used yet, if you'd be interested in them. haha. Also, if you use the "dry room" setting it will fatten the fuck out of some of the standard samples.
Anyways, kick ass FUCK.
4.18 / 5.00 (+ 0.055)
woah, thanks for the review man! Glad to hear from some of the legit metallers here on NG, and I'm glad you liked the song!
And yeah definitely I'd be interested in checkin' out some snare sample, I'll send you a pm :D
if this is just a test...
then what the fuck is the real deal gonna sound like?
evil! that's what!
well, more evil, i guess... god, the tone is so dirty... your string must surely be flapping in the wind. If you decide to go any lower you're gonna hafta put bass strings on your guitar.
dug it man... i'm gettin' really psyched about the direction your music is going in...
Haha thanks man, yeah for some reason the past several songs I've written have been getting progressively more aggressive and such. And yeah, guitar tuned down to Ab haha, the lowest string was a .062, it was indeed flopping around. And actually I have a cheap guitar that I mess around with that I actually put bass strings on once, I tuned it like an octave lower and it was so muddy and disgusting but it was brutal and intense!
Logic = ownage.
I use logic for everything. Once you get the hang of everything, you will never want to switch to anything else.
Jeez, how low are you tuned? Sounds very ballzy. The guitars are a little too distorted, but could be a stylistic mean. The ending riff was very cool, the harmonies really added a nice feel.
What kind of drums are you using? Almost sound like real ones, the snare sort of sounds like an empty can though :D
Guitars are tuned in Drop Ab (Bb standard: 6 semitones lower than normal, with the bottom string dropped another 2), And yees I lurbs my distortion :D :D
Drums are DFH samples, I likes em. and tbh I started off with a thicker more processed snare sound, but after awhile it started to sound machine-like, so I'm still searching for a semi-organic snare sound.
tyz for the review :)
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.