It's all there.
It's all there.
tuned down to A#!?
A SIX STRING!?
Man that's amazing, you are great.
(I want a 8 string guitar too, but the one produced by ESP .)
(I'm the Ibanez fan)
I think the song could use more guitar and a bit less synth. Some parts where there were synth, i think would've worked better if it was guitar instead. Especially in the beginning and during the chorus-ish riff played throughout the song.
Don't get me wrong though, this is a nice tune. The ending with the leads was what bumps the score i wanted to give you from a 3 to a 4. i think the overall song could use a bit more though, like guitar leads during the chorus-ish riff that match the synths, and a bit more technicality on the guitar.
Well that's my opinion. I'll be sure to look into your future works.
Well, you got the opinion part right! As for the technicality it is as TECHINCAL AS IT CAN GET (try to play regular six string with a floating trem tuned down to A# and then tell me what kind of technique it requiers to keep the strings form wobbling)! The lack of speed playing doesn't mean less technique quite the opposite, this song has more on the composition side. And 99% of the composers wold have used effected guitars instead of synths, but I'm part of that other 1%! :)
Thank for listening do, come by to check some other stuff, I got plenty of that prog. technical 100% guitar composed metal!
Drop A#, are you breaking my balls or what?!? I hope that's at least a 7 string you're using, I think it's illegal to tune a 6 string down that low.
All I can say is bring the bass down a bit in the bass drum and shoot its mids up alot for a better metal boom.
Check out my stuff!
Nope it's a regular 6 string and I agree that is illegal to tune it so low... That's why I'm saving some money for an 8 string and that would be a completely new experience! The song needs a little more production yes, but I don't have that much time to work on it.
Check my stuff in future for some other thrills! :)
sick pinch harmonics :D
keep up the good work :P
The drop tuning to A# is what makes them so "juicy".
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.