could've been better with drums...
but who cares it's still muthafucking kick ass
I grew up on heavy metal and rock. Rap isn't my thing. I hardly never hear techno these days and this song reminds me of those days, always it kind of scary me a little because I had my speakers on full blast. Sounds very tough. Great work! Keep it up dude.
lol -- yeah this one was pretty loud. I guess you can send me a bill for your busted speakers. :) Thanks for another review dude!
This sounds tough!
Heavy metal, my parent grew up listening to that kind of music. Now a days, you hear a lot of Rap and Rock, where's Techno! Well, anyways, this sounded very tough. If I would put my speakers on full blast, they would probably explode. Keep doing the good work! Nice job!
Thanks a lot dude! This came about after I was listening to a lot of Symphony X music, and I had just gotten this guitar at the time, so I was playing fast stuff on it constantly. Glad you liked it!
I loved it!
I loved it so much that I copied it to cool edit and put drums and bass and some background noize to it. Spent 3 hours on it. I dig your style. It's only 1 minute long, but I want more.
That's awesome man -- thanks a lot. I'm toying with the idea of making this into a full length song but I just haven't got around to developing it. I bet this would sound a whole lot better with backing instrumentation. Good idea.
More stuff like this will be coming soon, as I'm trying to put heavier more virtuosic stuff together for samples for the site. Thanks for listening.
What are you using to record?Overall your tone was nice and your guitar sounds great.Keep it up man you sem to be a good player.
Also you've been posting like crazy man.I have a lot of reviewing to do.
Thanks a lot man!
The guitar is an Ibanez RG1570 (I think it was called a 570 when I bought it), pewter grey with stock pickups. The amp is a Line 6 Spider (1st edition), using the amp's delay/reverb effects.
The mic is a Shure SM-57 pencil mic, placed approximately 3-5" from the center of the speaker cone. My midi/audio input is a Tascam US-122.
The program I'm using for now is Cubasis (LE??), but I'll soon be graduating to the full Cubase.
[On second thought, I may have recorded this particular track or others straight into Total Recorder... but I think this one was done with the full above set up.]
Thanks again for the review dude! Keep 'em comin'.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.