i make my music the same way you do :P
i combine FL with real instruments
Good layers, but....
Your use of chord theory was seriously limited. You tended to use changes in effects to get different guitar sounds than just by using really weird chords. I did like the way the ambient noise turned out, and there is some nice healthy speed.
Good song man..
sounded pretty decent...were those the fruity loop standard drums? I also use FL for sequencing my drums. I just import samples from DFH, or others...if you would like, I could give you some nice samples. You can add me to msn messenger
Otherwise, riffage was quite good, awesome shit man.
Well, the drums are mixed...hi-hat and snare from the vintage pack, and bass drums imported from Drumkit from hell.
Im okay for samples, as im in the process of live-sampling a drumkit. but hey, thanks anyway, cheers for the review, and the msn
Cool song, how did you go about recording the guitar? Don't tell me you just put a mic near your amp because that would explain how there is absolutly no dynamics on the sound. drums are alright too.
Yeah, I just stuck a cheap computer mic up to the speaker and recorded it straight to audacity. i work cheap...
hopefully i can get hold of a USB line in device soon...
anyway, cheers for the review
SOme awsome guitar skillz you got there. For some reason I heard some 80s inspiration somewhere hidden inside of the heavy riff. The drums were pretty much just a constent tapping which made it boring but at least it didnt ruin anything. Overall an obove average song. Good job.
Cheers For The Review. It Occured To Me That The Constant Hi-Hat Drum Wouldnt Be To Everyones Taste, But I Think It Makes The Song More Urgent (Brink Of Destruction, maybe?). And It Helps Keep The Rapid Pace Of The Song. Glad You Liked It Anyways, And Thanks For The Comment On My Guitar Playin.