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post Jul 29 2012, 02:06 PM
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Hey Bran!

Mate, in Aria, the approach is the following:

1) We record the ideas and make up an initial song structure, on which we build afterwards until the preproduction stage is completed. This means: Written bass and drums, recorded guitars and vocals and also pretty much the whole orchestration ideas, involving various synths or this sort.

2) After we know every little detail, we go in the studio and re-record everything with live instruments and then mix and master.

We think that the pre-production stage is very important, because nothing is left unaccounted or by chance, if you get the meaning smile.gif The devil is in the details mate!!!


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post Jul 29 2012, 02:17 PM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jul 29 2012, 08:06 AM) *
Hey Bran!

Mate, in Aria, the approach is the following:

1) We record the ideas and make up an initial song structure, on which we build afterwards until the preproduction stage is completed. This means: Written bass and drums, recorded guitars and vocals and also pretty much the whole orchestration ideas, involving various synths or this sort.

2) After we know every little detail, we go in the studio and re-record everything with live instruments and then mix and master.

We think that the pre-production stage is very important, because nothing is left unaccounted or by chance, if you get the meaning smile.gif The devil is in the details mate!!!


Cool! Then I will do that too. All I have recorded now will be demos to be re-recorded now.


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Great wink.gif Let me know if I can help you further!


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post Jul 30 2012, 05:56 AM
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My brother and I were discussing something today and I thought I would ask you. Why do a lot of bands self-title their debut albums? Why not just name the album like they do their following ones?


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QUOTE (thefireball @ Jul 30 2012, 04:56 AM) *
My brother and I were discussing something today and I thought I would ask you. Why do a lot of bands self-title their debut albums? Why not just name the album like they do their following ones?


smile.gif Honestly speaking I will only guess here laugh.gif We did the same with Voodoo tongue.gif Well, I think that there are only two alternatives:

1) Lack of inspiration laugh.gif

2) Whenever we are dealing with the first release, some people want it so bad to be associated with the band, that they leave it self titled smile.gif

The Aria EP will be called 'Seeds', though - it symbolizes inception, birth smile.gif


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jul 30 2012, 02:06 AM) *
smile.gif Honestly speaking I will only guess here laugh.gif We did the same with Voodoo tongue.gif Well, I think that there are only two alternatives:

1) Lack of inspiration laugh.gif

2) Whenever we are dealing with the first release, some people want it so bad to be associated with the band, that they leave it self titled smile.gif

The Aria EP will be called 'Seeds', though - it symbolizes inception, birth smile.gif


Very cool. smile.gif The answer satisfies me, Cos. wink.gif


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I just used common sense mate - glad to know I could be of assistance wink.gif


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Hey Cosmin,

I resubscribed to GMC today. I was working on Metal Metrics 1 and enjoying it. I am remembering what I have learned last year.

Now I'm trying Metal Metrics 6 and I have a problem. The backing track sounds like it's in Drop A instead of Drop C. Anyway, the whole pitch is different from the lesson. sad.gif


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Oh! Darn, let me check it out - I'll see what's what and get back to you, ok mate?


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Hmmm just checked it and it sounds ok to me... I even played over it and it fits without question... u sure everything is set up properly on your side of the screen?

Hehe! Guess I was sleepy last night smile.gif Brandon, I managed to find the problem and I will upload the good track in a few hours after i get the project from my dad's laptop wink.gif It was just in the middle part!

And here it is smile.gif

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Thanks Cos wink.gif


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Nothing to it mate smile.gif


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