Harmony Central Forums
No announcement yet.

my band's new mp3


  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #16
    Sounds very good for a rock band

    Keep up the good work



    • #17
      since you mention it i'll post the other one, it's the first song we ever wrote so be gentle..



      • #18
        Hey where/how did u record this stuff? sounds good! I like the songs, remind me of the whole tool thing too, plus some local band around here.
        Take this advice at your own risk, i am in no way a pro, this is just from my experiences. . . .results may vary. If this suggestion causes any skin deformation, or you experience itching, please consult your doctor.


        • #19
          We recorded at a local studio called Soundmill in Fort Wayne, IN. Everything was recorded and mixed with Pro Tools. They had some pretty high dollar gear in there and they charged a rate of $45/hour which is pretty damn good compared to some other studios around here. Taking into consideration the result, it was worth it. It took us about 80 hours total to complete the album which has 65 minutes worth of music.


          • #20
            pretty good, I haven't listened to the whole song because I've only got dial-up and I've only heard what seems like the first 1/4 of the song. Great drumming. I like how in the beginning you've got the whole syncopated thing going on, then goes into the more traditional beat. I like that contrast.

            I've heard most of it now...

            it's not really my kind of music, but it's a good song. There's a few places where it changes and makes it interesting, I like that. You guys are really good.

            here's my band's site....

            our music's not up right now because the mp3's are still on angelfire and there's that whole "no remote linking" or whatever. But in like a day or so it should be good.


            • #21

              tear this one apart! By the way, our album is out contact me by email at bolshevik84@hotmail.com if you would like a copy. It is $10 per copy, and the album contains 65 minutes of music. Once again thanks for all the comments, critiques, and compliments.


              • #22
                Damn, hope I sound that good in 2.5 years.
                Modern Drunkard Magazine
                Slim Cessna's Auto Club

                Listen to Pine Box
                Listen to Munly

                "There ain't no devil, there's just god when he's drunk" -Tom Waits


                • #23
                  Here you go...

                  story of now

                  a montague in a capulet world



                  Move to the beat of a different drummer.tommymaras.comAmedia cymbal artist.Amedia CymbalsScorched Earth - Psalter Drums


                  • #24
                    Not bad....do i sense some Portnoy influence?? please don't turn into a show off "band" like dream theatre.


                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Hamburgermilk
                      Not bad....do i sense some Portnoy influence?? please don't turn into a show off "band" like dream theatre.

                      responding to whom? gcdrummer or me? And by the way gcdrummer, I enjoyed your work on those recordings.

                      *edit-quoted the wrong person *
                      *edit again because i didn't change the name *


                      • #26
                        dude how do you learn to play that good? honestly im not into your music its not my style but your drumming is tight and amazing, your about 17 right? **************** im 17 but ive only been playing for about 6 months. but yeah your drummings great i think youre gonna go far. i heard some tight shredding on the guitar too. how did your band record the tracks its good quality
                        ludwig 70s black panther 5 piece
                        pearl export 5 piece
                        gibson RD
                        gibson les paul studio
                        gibson explorer
                        marshall jcm 800 2010
                        hagstrom viking
                        fender mexi tele w/ hot rail
                        epiphone les paul custom w/emg 81
                        zoom mrs 1044
                        line 6 pod
                        ............i could go for a les paul or sg custom


                        • #27
                          Pretty cool Extremis.
                          The drums could come up in the mix, but the band sounds good.
                          Oil slicks found to keep seals young, supple..."

                          Solo Anderhaf
                          Solo aanvullend
                          Me&My Uncle


                          • #28
                            what snare are you using?
                            Structure of Decay


                            • #29
                              I used a 14 X 6.5 pearl masters birch snare. I used a falam II head by remo on the batter side. It's normally used as a marching snare head. It's really thick and made out of kevlar I believe; I had it cranked on pretty tight. I had an ambassador head on the resonant side. With the falam II I lose a lot of different tonalities and overtones that would come out with a thinner head, but it gives a nice tight crack. I liked it.


                              • #30
                                sounds cool!

                                meza virs
                                Meza Virs - Dark Symphonic Metal from Singapore