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post Mar 8 2008, 12:43 PM
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Very very nice! If you keep workin' like this you're gonna soon have songs for a a good rock album! Btw, I hear also a bit of Monster Magnet in your music. Good luck for you and the uncle!
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post Mar 8 2008, 02:34 PM
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Hi guys!

I always use Addictive drums with metal-lick preset or sometimes also 90's drumkit preset.
As I said me and Daniel worked on "Cochise" yesterday and we actually have a version ready now.
My tremolo picking isn't very good haha but I tried my best and I feel pretty happy overall with my playing.
Both bass and guitar are starting to feel more "tight" and it's all thanks to this site, for sure!

Hope you like our rendition of Audioslaves great hit Cochise! Enjoy!

[attachment=5286:Decipher...er_demo_.mp3]



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post Mar 8 2008, 04:39 PM
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this song is grerat.....very good singing:)


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post Mar 8 2008, 11:36 PM
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Hi,

We managed to put down another track today called "My hands are tied". I can't remember which
lesson I watched when I started to work on the song but it was some of Gabriels pinch lessons I believe.
Nevermind. I added some sound effects as well, zombies and some blasts. Intro has some creepy footsteps.
Tomorrow my uncle will go home (lives in another town) and won't be back until next weekend but then I have time to create some more songs for him smile.gif Anyway, if you like Ozzy, pinch harmonics and stuff like that you probably like this. (I hope tho' my pinching isn't very good but I am working on it hard. It gets better and better).

[attachment=5336:Decipher...d__demo_.mp3]

Keep rockin',

Danny and Jonas



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post Mar 8 2008, 11:41 PM
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Awesome biggrin.gif I love your stuff. Record an album!


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post Mar 8 2008, 11:46 PM
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QUOTE (JVM @ Mar 8 2008, 11:41 PM) *
Awesome biggrin.gif I love your stuff. Record an album!


Haha, thanks JVM! Really appreciate it. Well, when my guitarplaying gets tighter and our sound gets better we'll
try to make a real good effort on an album smile.gif I'll get back to you in say 2-3 years? smile.gif
We are really glad you like the songs... it's really good motivation!

Here is a picture of us in the working smile.gif Danny is blurring up cuz he bangs his head all the time!



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post Mar 9 2008, 12:56 AM
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Great songs and great mixing man, keep up the great work! What are you using for the guitar recording? Are you micing an amp or are you playing an amp simulator?


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post Mar 9 2008, 11:45 AM
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QUOTE (Smurkas @ Mar 9 2008, 12:56 AM) *
Great songs and great mixing man, keep up the great work! What are you using for the guitar recording? Are you micing an amp or are you playing an amp simulator?


/Marcus


Hi Marcus!

I use the following chain on guitar:

Ibanez SZ520 -> Digitech DF-7 (preset 5 and 4 mostly) -> Behringer Ultragain Pro Preamp -> Cubase SX3

In Cubase I use a plugin called Trackplug 5 (from Wavearts) on a stereo "group channel".
I record my guitars two times and pan them hard left and right. When I want a bit fatter sound
I record another two tracks, I pan them maybe between 85-75% left and right. Depends on the song.
Oh, I route all the guitar tracks to the same "group channel" where I have the trackplug.
In trackplug I use the EQ to get the guitar sound I want (on the DF-7 I have the standard setting for each preset).
I also use the compressor in trackplug, often very little, mostly to get a more even volume and the "gate".
Sometimes I put a masterverb 5 on the guitar "group channel", also from Wavearts.

I am in a hurry because Daniel wants to sing 2 more songs before he leaves tonight so hopefully I got it right!
Will recheck this post later Marcus!

Later!

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