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    Alright...



    As I stated in an earlier thread, I've reached the pinnacle
    in my guitar playing where my guitar teacher has run out of
    techniques to show me, so we have focused on writing, lately.


    I finished writing the song about a week ago, and I went in today
    for my first session of recording. The lessons are only 30 minutes
    long, so I only had enough to record about 1:20 of it, seeing as how
    we layered the guitars and did about 4 takes on each riff.

    So, just tell me what you think of it. It will sound much better
    when my guitar teacher tweaks with the sound, and has his
    bassist come lay some tracks down on it. Not to mention when
    it's finished, which will be a repeat of previous riffs + a chorus
    which has yet to be recorded.


    http://media.putfile.com/My-work-in-progress-demo

    Last edited by Nick7; 05-06-2007, 08:10 PM.
    Go Huskers.

  • #2
    Damn that's awesome. :thumb:

    Can't wait to hear the final product.

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    • #3
      even though thats not my kind of music, it sounded pretty good.....
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      • #4
        Sounds good, very Metalllica like

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        • #5
          It's smooth, but it seemed like the tuning is very low. I've always said the low and dropped tunings just are excuses and hide-ups for what people can accomplish.

          It's a nice grind riff though, if you ask me.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Dream
            It's smooth, but it seemed like the tuning is very low. I've always said the low and dropped tunings just are excuses and hide-ups for what people can accomplish.

            It's a nice grind riff though, if you ask me.

            I play a 7-string most all of the time, now. Not because I just
            like to be low, but I think it's more percussive than a regular or
            dropped-D.

            It's the very first demo with little to no tinkering done to the
            sound, so as soon as we play with it, add in bass, etc, it should
            sound like a song.

            Thanks for everyone that took time to listen to it.


            Go Huskers.

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            • #7
              BTW, all members feel free to post any music you have recorded.
              Go Huskers.

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              • #8
                sounds great so far nick7

                i used be the program director at a comm. college for 5 years
                for the most part all metal but we had to please the masses with polka, jazz, etc
                i just did it for kicks and loved the radio and local music scene
                we had a huge listening area

                are you making this into a song with lyrics or just keeping it an instramental
                it sounds killer btw

                you should check out some local colleges around your area cuz they usually will be willing to play you tunes. we were always asking bands to play some riffs for music beds for when we were talking.
                its an easy way to get some more recognition for all your work and what not



                ill be looking forward to your progress. keep it up.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by lynchembaby
                  sounds great so far nick7

                  i used be the program director at a comm. college for 5 years
                  for the most part all metal but we had to please the masses with polka, jazz, etc
                  i just did it for kicks and loved the radio and local music scene
                  we had a huge listening area

                  are you making this into a song with lyrics or just keeping it an instramental
                  it sounds killer btw

                  you should check out some local colleges around your area cuz they usually will be willing to play you tunes. we were always asking bands to play some riffs for music beds for when we were talking.
                  its an easy way to get some more recognition for all your work and what not



                  ill be looking forward to your progress. keep it up.

                  My guitar teacher might do some vox
                  for it which would be amazing, cuz he
                  has a great Metal voice. (proof - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWYVN8MdvtI )

                  I'm only 15, so I'm not sure how much of a
                  difference that would make, but most people
                  assume that a 15-year old would be strumming
                  chords still, so take that for what you will.
                  Go Huskers.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Nick7
                    My guitar teacher might do some vox
                    for it which would be amazing, cuz he
                    has a great Metal voice. (proof - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWYVN8MdvtI )

                    I'm only 15, so I'm not sure how much of a
                    difference that would make, but most people
                    assume that a 15-year old would be strumming
                    chords still, so take that for what you will.

                    he does have a great voice
                    sounds like you hooked up with a great teacher for music

                    even if your only 15, you can still find out some info on college stations around your area that play local music.
                    when the project is finished you can submit cd's to the station and they usually will get it on the airwaves for ya

                    your definately on the right track to a nice future if you choose music for it
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by lynchembaby
                      he does have a great voice
                      sounds like you hooked up with a great teacher for music

                      even if your only 15, you can still find out some info on college stations around your area that play local music.
                      when the project is finished you can submit cd's to the station and they usually will get it on the airwaves for ya

                      your definately on the right track to a nice future if you choose music for it
                      Yeah, it should be done in about 2-3
                      weeks.
                      Go Huskers.

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                      • #12
                        You Rock Nick!!
                        Im a classic rock guy myself, but that was great..
                        :clap:

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                        • #13
                          Seven strings are great, what kind do you have? Any pictures man?

                          I really like what you did.

                          Are those just like computer drums though? I have some tips, but they're a little more personal maybe. Just talk to me if you ever wanna discuss music.

                          Oh hey, what's your set-up like right now? Axes, effects, amps, etc.

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                          • #14
                            its sounds good. not my style but you got talent.





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                            • #15
                              if you want to make a record let me know.

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