Short but cool - if I remember right everybody's allowed one grindcore entry.Bust out the HM-2 to finally participate in this. With my rough approximation of the BOLT THROWER "In Battle There Is No Law" style mix. Which is the greatest Death Metal mix ever.
First part is HM-2 used in a more traditional Death Metal Way, not the Sunlight Studios Sound. You can tell when it switches to the more popular "ALL KNOBS MAXED" thing that has been appropriated by hipsters. Neither is really tight. What they don't tell you about that pedal, for those of you who have never owned one, is that it makes a shit ton of techniques impossible because of the way it's always blowing out the midrange. Certain chord voicings are impossible, it's mostly based on more punk like strumming, and you can't 000-000-000. It makes your guitar handle like a blown out transistor radio.
Hope you like Grindcore, but really, isn't it all just THE BLUES?
Seriously though, It seems short, but building shit vertically, harmony as opposed to melody, takes at least 3-4 times as long as a "riffs and drums and bass following riffs". The sections where it's like, B3, Mellotron, Choirs, orchestral drums in addition to regular style rock kit drums, and Theremin orbiting your head + the regular stuff take forever to do. Especially when I am choreographing the panning and micromanaging the rotor speeds on the B3. I can write a four minute thrash song in like, an hour and a half. Less if it's a "sick ass mix test" where's there is some limp wristed "bassline" that is just following the guitars. 10 seconds of everything going at once probably takes longer.
Great tone and cool soloIt's not flawless, but I'm ok with that :lol:.
Interesting creepy atmosphere in this.Not totally happy with this, guitars are a bit bleh which is annoying as it's the first time I've recorded my sunn and Hiwatt together. Also, the vocals are sort of... roughly... where they need to be. :lol: Also the spoken bits are... :ugh:
Welcome to the forum!Randy didn't believe I'd actually post. Neener.
RG7620 -> Scarlett Solo -> Thinkpad E530 running Ubuntu 18.something -> Guitarix -> Ardour. I truncated the track a bit to focus on the drums bit. Not entirely happy with the tone and playing but we'll get 'em next time.
Cool to have some different stuff in the SAW. I like it.I was debating extending this one, but it's already saturday afternoon and my brain isn't in it.
Since I can't program proper metal drums and don't have good loops (yet), the super fast heavy riffage will have to wait.
Great playing as usual. You have this cool jazz-y feel in your playing at times (at least to someones ears who sucks at playing jazz :lolI dug the fuck out of that! It stands on its own but I can imagine a lot of differently styled vocals over the top, even some light rap would be cool.
Here's my LAW