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AudioSurfer - Gerudo Valley

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This is a cover of the song "Gerudo Valley" From the Legend Of Zelda!

~AudioSurfer~ Is a project I have spent the past year slaving over. There are roughly 45 Audiosurfer songs to date, and all of them were hand-crafted by myself. All songs are basically drum loops, then I wrote a rhythm guitar over that, then I wrote a bassline over that, and then wrote a lead guitar over that. All sounds and sound effects are completely organic, and were made by me with no keyboards or synths.

My sound is a combination of Buckethead and Surf rock with a little bit of everything thrown in. If you listen very carefully you can hear elements of hip hop, jazz, blues, and a little something extra. I call it progressive surf fusion!
Click the floppy disk icon to download this song, and check out the other jams I have to offer in the other submissions panel. I worked hard on these and now they are free for you to take and enjoy!

So take... And Enjoy!!! And keep your eye out for more Audiosurfer!

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Pretty solid, but clean up your rhythms.

The egg shaker-like stuff in the background wasn't to the beat, try to make that straight sixteenth notes. Also tighten up the beat on your lead playing a bit.
Once that's done, this will sound pretty tight.

djchrispy responds:

Thanks for the constructive crit man. Yeah, this was made about a year ago, and was one of the first songs I ever made in pro tools. I didn't know how to use proper drum loops so I grabbed my egg shaker :P

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Credits & Info


4.33 / 5.00

Sep 28, 2010
2:24 PM EDT
Video Game
File Info
3 MB
3 min 19 sec

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