Right off the bat, this song hits you loud with the synths and awesome kicks and snares. I love the orchestra and piano part right after that. That transition caught me WAY off guard into the rock part! That's actually my favorite part, the transitions and blending of different styles are insane! That electric guitar is really nice too, it's hard to believe you recorded it with a cheap headset. I like the transition again into the guitar part after that. The dubstep isn't as great, it sounds a bit fat, I guess. Idk. Nice orchestra again with the cool guitar solo in it! It works as a nice break from the crazy part before it. 3:19 is not as great as the first part with that guitar. The rest is pretty much the same as the earlier parts. This is definitely one of your best!
Dubstep + Rock = Noice <3
Really nice dubstep, and I really love the rock drop <3 One of my favourites!
well it works and sounds awesome goodjob
Thanks you c:
Hey, good job!
I know the pain of having sub-par gear so I sympathise with you on that. You managed to pull of something pretty cool but your lack of experience mixing guitar does show in parts. Have you tried recording the guitar twice then putting one on each side? This track would have sounded much better if you had done that simply because it would have been more awesome. :P
If you have some spare cash, get yourself a Line6 UX2 and record some pro-sounding guitar tracks. ;)
Ah perfect I just asked the question to that answer on one of your tracks :P Thanks man!
And yeah, this was my first time recording and mixing guitar. Since I had gear that wasn't suitable for recording a lot of the guitar sounds had to suffer since I had to EQ and compress the mic fuzz and background noises away, making it loose a lot of beef :c
But once I get my hands on some decent equipment (like that line 6 UX2 you mentioned ;)) I'll definitely get down to some heavy shiz! Thanks for the info!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.