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post Oct 31 2012, 07:48 PM
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This Halloween 2012, I bring you a mummy clad in cheap toilet paper.



Download for free:
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I am playing my Jackson SLSMG in Drop Bb, with DR DDT 13-65 gauge strings. My tone was derived from POD Farm. If you are interested, we can discuss the tone in the comments. The main rhythm guitars were only dual-tracked, as well as the occasional lead guitars. You are hearing EZdrummer DFH, a church organ vst, and a eerie synth vst. The bass was recorded with my guitar, as in POD Farm. The scary sounds came from a pack included with my Sony Vegas Movie Studio 10 software - I only added effects.

I've been working hard on this the past week for you guys. It's finally here in record time.
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post Nov 1 2012, 08:27 AM
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Great stuff FireBall.

Your've got some great stuff going on there. Great Video also. Love the dramatic effect of the red guitar on the monochrome backing.
Very creative I think that's what's important these days. Visually and with our ears.
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post Nov 1 2012, 09:43 AM
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Great track Brandon! I always keep using you as an example of how nicely someone can evolve!

My favorite part? Min 1.05 laugh.gif CRUSHING! biggrin.gif


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post Nov 1 2012, 02:35 PM
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Thanks for the support, guys. wink.gif

Glad you noticed and liked the color effect, zoom. I was playing with the saturation adjustment when I had that idea. Cosmin, once again I thank you for your uplifting words! I lived and breathed this song the past week in preparation. I almost hate this track now. haha


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My favorite part? Min 1.05 laugh.gif CRUSHING! biggrin.gif


Yeah, I have been listening to a lot of Metalcore lately. tongue.gif


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post Nov 1 2012, 03:27 PM
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Pretty awesome man! I don't have any composing skills... I have lots of riffs and stuff, but I just can't seem to scrap them together into a song...


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post Nov 1 2012, 03:35 PM
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hahaha great costume, track and video mate! Well done! biggrin.gif


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post Nov 1 2012, 08:13 PM
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Hah excellent stuff man biggrin.gif You sure know how to handle odd time riffage !!


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post Nov 2 2012, 03:40 AM
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Thank you people!! smile.gif Much appreciated.

Ville - I have become very comfortable with 7/8 or 7/4. smile.gif I am also embracing syncopation. biggrin.gif


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post Nov 2 2012, 03:55 AM
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Awesome, I was really diggin the spooky sound of it. What were the eerie sound and church organ vst's that you used I really like them? Also that guitar is sweet what is your opinion of it?


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post Nov 2 2012, 10:05 AM
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That was excellent B-Master ! biggrin.gif

Really creative riffs, time signatures !


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post Nov 2 2012, 11:27 PM
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Thanks, Ben! smile.gif

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Awesome, I was really diggin the spooky sound of it. What were the eerie sound and church organ vst's that you used I really like them? Also that guitar is sweet what is your opinion of it?


Honored you enjoyed. smile.gif I really like my guitar. It is a Jackson SLSLMG Soloist. It's meant to be played closer to standard tuning. However, such a low tuning gives a unique warm sound. I still like the sound of a 7 string better. Never got to try a baritone guitar. But this guitar tuned that low is not producing the exact tone I was going for right away. I have to be careful with the intonation. Sometimes you just barely get it setup. I had the get the nut filed down to allow thick strings. It's a great guitar, with the 81/85 EMGs. I miss the sound of it as a soloist. I originally got it to practice Trond Vold's lessons. One day I will get a 8 string (or 7) and I will be very happy. If you want to downtune this low, I recommend a baritone for that warm sound. Other than that, it sounds amazing as a soloist. It's a killer guitar!! Just listen to Trond's lessons. smile.gif

The plugins I used were shareware. Here I have provided the download links.

I tweaked the sound just a little inside the program.
Church Organ VST download

I used the stock preset called "Whish." To make the notes slide into each other in programming, overlap the ending of the note with the beginning of the next note.
Cosmos 2 VST download


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post Nov 3 2012, 01:52 AM
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QUOTE (thefireball @ Nov 2 2012, 10:27 PM) *
Thanks, Ben! smile.gif



Honored you enjoyed. smile.gif I really like my guitar. It is a Jackson SLSLMG Soloist. It's meant to be played closer to standard tuning. However, such a low tuning gives a unique warm sound. I still like the sound of a 7 string better. Never got to try a baritone guitar. But this guitar tuned that low is not producing the exact tone I was going for right away. I have to be careful with the intonation. Sometimes you just barely get it setup. I had the get the nut filed down to allow thick strings. It's a great guitar, with the 81/85 EMGs. I miss the sound of it as a soloist. I originally got it to practice Trond Vold's lessons. One day I will get a 8 string (or 7) and I will be very happy. If you want to downtune this low, I recommend a baritone for that warm sound. Other than that, it sounds amazing as a soloist. It's a killer guitar!! Just listen to Trond's lessons. smile.gif

The plugins I used were shareware. Here I have provided the download links.

I tweaked the sound just a little inside the program.
Church Organ VST download

I used the stock preset called "Whish." To make the notes slide into each other in programming, overlap the ending of the note with the beginning of the next note.
Cosmos 2 VST download


-Brandon of Analyzed Within

Sweet! Thanks for the links, I'm a free vst junkie! My computer is filled with more than I have even been able to try yet. laugh.gif I have actually been eyeing up a 7 string soloist, that why I asked about your guitar!


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post Nov 3 2012, 03:44 AM
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Monsterously awesome video, Brandon! Nice licks & really dug how the organ & synth sounds all came together for the entire composition. smile.gif


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post Nov 3 2012, 05:05 AM
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QUOTE (vonhotch @ Nov 2 2012, 07:52 PM) *
Sweet! Thanks for the links, I'm a free vst junkie! My computer is filled with more than I have even been able to try yet. laugh.gif I have actually been eyeing up a 7 string soloist, that why I asked about your guitar!

You are welcome. smile.gif Yeah, I am kind of a junkie like that too.

QUOTE (Blister @ Nov 2 2012, 09:44 PM) *
Monsterously awesome video, Brandon! Nice licks & really dug how the organ & synth sounds all came together for the entire composition. smile.gif

Glad you liked, Gary. smile.gif


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