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bigbubbaj 05-08-2005 05:50 PM

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Bret-

I have listened both times you posted. Nice songs, good recording all though I am not really into hard sreaming metal any longer. You guys are talented. Snare is a bit loud on the first one...(midnight fires?) Not as bad on the second one.

Good work, keep it up, lower the snare!

Wicked-Mama 05-08-2005 07:10 PM

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Now, crawl back in your little Socialist hole and have a good day.

Voideco

Pfff... man that was stupid !

Hey Voideco, you got a nice groove for a socialist , but anyway I think there lacks something in the second part of the first song, when the guitar stops and the voice sings the "chosen one" part. To me it's like the song is really weakening at that moment, but on the whole it's cool ! Maybe you could push the basses a bit, but I'm not sure as I listened with headphones (it's late around here).

By the way, I hope you don't have any problem with my french accent ?

Yann

-i snor's website - my music

PS : anyone about my previous post ?

IntelDoc 05-08-2005 07:23 PM

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BLAH BLAH BLAH!!! Get over it all.. Making this post look bad. Kinda stupid..... ya know...

Post tunes, get ideas, opinions, etc. That is what it is about. There are tons of stuff, good and bad and in between on here. We are all trying to make it work and the aid of others is what it is all about and HAS been about. Stop the B.S. press on, and go from there...

Starting to remind me of "STREETS!" and that crap ended real fast!



- Doc

IntelDoc 05-08-2005 07:42 PM

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All,
This is yet another project I started about 2 weeks ago. Good kids, young! 14 and 15 year olds. I went in and replaced the kick and snare on this and tried to blend the two together, Seemed to work well. Drummer played to a click pretty solid so editing was easier. The singer is 14 years old, about to be 15. Typical Green Dayish tone found in most modern music it seems. Not bad though. Took some time with the drums on this one, and so far like them.

They recorded six tunes and so far they are all pretty good.

Plethra of Pres and mics used on this.

S.A. - TBR STUDIO


- Doc

scottedog 05-08-2005 08:21 PM

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15 YEARS OLD??!!! Pretty damned good! Done tracking? Can the singer put some harmonies here & there? Great energy.

The kids are alright!

powerjoe 05-08-2005 10:23 PM

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Here's an older one.... I haven't posted this one before though...


Nice Dreams




~ J

BretFarewell 05-09-2005 12:22 AM

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Bret-

I have listened both times you posted. Nice songs, good recording all though I am not really into hard sreaming metal any longer. You guys are talented. Snare is a bit loud on the first one...(midnight fires?) Not as bad on the second one.

Good work, keep it up, lower the snare!

thank-you, this isn't my band, just a band I recorded. I've been getting away from the heavier music as well lately but one good thing is that it's easier to record when bands want to jam out songs fast if they have a low budget.

one thing i've been going for lately actually is a louder snare, so I was happy with these recordings. after listening to it though i needed to eq the kick a bit differently though, wasn't too happy with how it turned out.

BretFarewell 05-09-2005 12:25 AM

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All,
This is yet another project I started about 2 weeks ago. Good kids, young! 14 and 15 year olds. I went in and replaced the kick and snare on this and tried to blend the two together, Seemed to work well. Drummer played to a click pretty solid so editing was easier. The singer is 14 years old, about to be 15. Typical Green Dayish tone found in most modern music it seems. Not bad though. Took some time with the drums on this one, and so far like them.

They recorded six tunes and so far they are all pretty good.

Plethra of Pres and mics used on this.

S.A. - TBR STUDIO


- Doc

damn, 15 years old? that's super impressive.

Voideco 05-09-2005 01:40 AM

Re: Let\'s hear your latest stuff....right here
 
Wicked-Mama,

yeah I also have the feeling that the song is imploding there in a bit, I want to add something to it but I don't know what yet. Gotta figure that out....

Thanks for listening,

Walther

Voideco

Voideco 05-09-2005 02:24 AM

Re: Let\'s hear your latest stuff....right here
 
Quote:

All,
This is yet another project I started about 2 weeks ago. Good kids, young! 14 and 15 year olds. I went in and replaced the kick and snare on this and tried to blend the two together, Seemed to work well. Drummer played to a click pretty solid so editing was easier. The singer is 14 years old, about to be 15. Typical Green Dayish tone found in most modern music it seems. Not bad though. Took some time with the drums on this one, and so far like them.

They recorded six tunes and so far they are all pretty good.

Plethra of Pres and mics used on this.

S.A. - TBR STUDIO


- Doc

That's pretty impressive indeed! Are all musicians in that song 'bout 14/15 years old? Dumm question perhaps as I can read it in your post but this sounds very professional, I wouldn't give them that age. Very talented kids.

Walther


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