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telecrater  
8 May 2009 10:40 | Quote
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Hey all, I've had this idea and wanted to get some feed back on it.

It's very rough and really quite country (I know alot of your are into metal). but what I'm trying to do is combine organic almost industrial drums with a country song. I used a plug in for ezdrummer called twisted.

http://www.stonetrout.com/ this should play automaticly but i'll try and get a download link up too.

What I'm looking for is if the two fit at all. I'm torn between loving it and hating it. and I'm not sure i should continue with it
Guitarslinger124  
8 May 2009 10:56 | Quote
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I like it dude. I can definitely see it as part of a soundtrack for a horror movie.
JustJeff  
8 May 2009 10:56 | Quote
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I don't know... i feel sorta indifferent about it.

I think you need to either speed up the guitar, or slow down the drums. I think the tempo of both is a little off and they need to line up better. It just didn't give me a great feel: The guitar made me want to just sway back and forth, while the drums made me want to jump around. You need to pick either feel, not both.
BodomBeachTerror  
8 May 2009 11:30 | Quote
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i dont really see how it could be a soundtrack for a horror movie, seems too major sounding, but i havnt seen many horror movies.
anywho its pretty good, not my taste, but its interesting
HeavyGuitar  
8 May 2009 11:33 | Quote
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The guitar sounded good, but I didn't like the drums:(
Its cool that you experiment a little though:)
Guitarslinger124  
8 May 2009 12:15 | Quote
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BodomBeachTerror says:
i dont really see how it could be a soundtrack for a horror movie, seems too major sounding



That's the point. I find that Extreme contrasts help create a more twisted atmosphere.
telecrater  
8 May 2009 12:28 | Quote
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Thanks for the feed back...

I was really trying to create a strong contrast to open major chords (were a lot of my songs start) with junk industrial percussion.

I may play around with it some more.
vincejonesiii  
8 May 2009 12:45 | Quote
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AHHH dude it scared me !
Guitarslinger124  
8 May 2009 12:47 | Quote
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telecrater says:

I was really trying to create a strong contrast to open major chords


Mission accomplished! All you need is some sorrowfull lap steel playing or a resonator with a slide.
JustJeff  
8 May 2009 14:46 | Quote
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Try putting b7ths on top of the tonic major chord. It may create a more stressed tone. if my music theory memory serves me correct, they may create a really eerie feel
telecrater  
8 May 2009 19:32 | Quote
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ok so round 2

I've added another one even more majory as the other but with the same drums. I really liked this one better than the first.


Empirism  
9 May 2009 06:01 | Quote
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Well, if you like the twist things little more, add electric lead guitar on that horror country song and its uber twisted :D. Seriously, it could be cool to "imitate" a screams with distortion on that... keep it comin m8.

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Guitarslinger124  
9 May 2009 09:12 | Quote
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That link isn't working dude.
telecrater  
9 May 2009 09:47 | Quote
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yeah there broke right now...I've been a little ADHD today. To much coffee and not enough beer. I've been bouncing between photoshop, dreamweaver and cubase. I'll have some perminite links in a bit
telecrater  
9 May 2009 13:07 | Quote
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ok they are back but use this link Tele's Tunes

I'm decided to put up a site with all my crap and will update along the way. I've got so much stuff I want to get recoded before I forget them and then there gone.



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