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Guitarslinger124  
24 Feb 2011 13:08 | Quote
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Hey guys, 'nother new one. This one is a jam masters delight!






Rock on!
tinyskateboard  
24 Feb 2011 16:28 | Quote
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I was just thinking that you have great tracks but they all sound a little thin. Then I plugged my nice headphones into the computer: and everything changed. Suddenly I was listening to the song I 'wanted' to hear when I first heard the track. Great job.

aside: Do you mix with headphones or monitors? How about you other guys?
Empirism  
24 Feb 2011 23:12 | Quote
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Damn you! I got bump in my forehead. Darn, moshing+table...bad...

I got a feeling throw my shirt off and let rampaging on those punk gigs like my past years hahhah... I LOVE IT.
gx1327  
26 Feb 2011 01:55 | Quote
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Guitarslinger124  
27 Feb 2011 14:22 | Quote
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tinyskateboard says:
Do you mix with headphones or monitors?


Unfortunately, my monitors are stuck in America... So I use my Studio 'phones to mix down. The only thing you need to 'get' my tracks is quality speakers or headphones. If they have a good EQ, the listen should be fine.

Thanks for the listen though! I am glad you were able to hear the song for what it is.

Empirism says:
Damn you! I got bump in my forehead


Pillows, pillows... What can I say?

Rock on!
Guitarslinger124  
4 Mar 2011 07:49 | Quote
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BUMP
case211  
4 Mar 2011 08:28 | Quote
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Do you double/triple track the rhythms? To me it sounds like one track...

Pretty good track man, I like the laid back vibe I got from it too, sort of like it was a loose almost jazz-like jam with just you and a drummer.

Pretty cool stuff man :D
Phip  
4 Mar 2011 08:39 | Quote
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Man, that reminds me of burning rubber all the way up main st, looking in the rear view mirror and seeing those blue lights come on. Drop second gear and bust a hard left onto south st! bye bye!
Great "get into trouble" song for sure!
excellent mixing, good levels.
If I could afford it I'd go out and get myself a speeding ticket!
I'll tell the judge it was all your fault slinger!
Phip
Guitarslinger124  
4 Mar 2011 08:50 | Quote
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case211 says:
Do you double/triple track the rhythms? To me it sounds like one track...


This one is one track for each instrument. Rhythm Git, Lead Git, Bass and Drums.

Phip says:
Man, that reminds me of burning rubber all the way up main st, looking in the rear view mirror and seeing those blue lights come on. Drop second gear and bust a hard left onto south st! bye bye!
Great "get into trouble" song for sure!
excellent mixing, good levels.
If I could afford it I'd go out and get myself a speeding ticket!
I'll tell the judge it was all your fault slinger!


Haha, no worries mate. You are the second person to tell me that.

Rock on!
case211  
4 Mar 2011 09:37 | Quote
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Cool man, I'd like to see what you do with triple/double tracking the guitars, but not like "exact" tracking, you know, a little difference in things between the tracks(some light harmonies maybe, eh?)

I think it'd be pretty cool to hear what you could do with that approach bro :D
Guitarslinger124  
4 Mar 2011 11:13 | Quote
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Most of my other tunes have multiple tracks like you are suggesting... But with this one, I just wanted to keep it down and dirty; as simple as I could.


Rock on!
case211  
4 Mar 2011 15:13 | Quote
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I can agree to that man, heh some songs just need that rough sound to em ;)
Guitarslinger124  
6 Mar 2011 03:42 | Quote
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My thought exactly!
nullnaught  
6 Mar 2011 06:15 | Quote
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I really liked your new song. Good job. I just let it go and listened to all the songs. Really excelent music. The transition in Time around 5.50 from clean to distorted was very nice. At around 6 minutes into Modernist Muzik Project when you had what sounded like a tv going and your were playing at the same time that is what i liked best in all those songs. Excellent work. Keep it up. These songs should sell as an album.


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