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another work in progress. The main guitar line is where the vocal will? I hope sit but who knows tis a voyage of discovery? First thing I've put together specificly with my new band the El Dementones in mind.
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Uploaded: Sep 19, 2008 - 06:06:59 PM
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Alesis sr 16, Telecaster copy, Zoom g2.1u, peavy backstage 110 and shure sm57
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Feter said 3987 days ago (September 19th, 2008)
The final round
WO this is tough ..powerful rethym session with
great guitar work my friend ...sure this Rock so
well !!!!!! waitin for the last take !!!
thnx alot for sharin !!!
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egobandit said 3986 days ago (September 20th, 2008)
good bed
I must admit the drums are bit repetitive but I see this is a work in progress. I say build on it put lyrics to it this has allot of potential Enjoyed the guitar work on this !
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RazorsKiss said 3982 days ago (September 24th, 2008)
ah, the sr 16....
one thing i ditched when i went to the computer based recording.. i recommend drums on demand. easy to come by, sheaper than a drum module, and easy to use. however, if you want to keep your drum machine, you can buy a module like BFD, and use your alesis like a midi pad. play the drums like you would using the machine, yet, once in the computer, thay will be fully tweakable, and alot easier to control and add fills, etc.
songwise, nice rhythm tone, and the accompanying guitar is cool, but maybe a little too far in the back... just me... loved it, and welcome to macjams!
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FlorryMcCarthy said 3971 days ago (October 5th, 2008)
BFD I wish I could afford it?
I apreciate what you say but for the price of BFD I could buy a usable set of drum mikes and record my drummer doing it for real. I am just a struggling film student at the moment and would love BFD and a set of drum mikes but I must make do with what I've got. Maybe when my next student grant comes in I'll buy one or both(ie mikes and BFD)
Thanks for your comment most appreciated. (I wish there was a spell check on here LOL)
Anyway thanks again
Till the next
adventure all the best

PS loved your stuff (What I'd time to listen to)

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Jarvoid said 3824 days ago (March 1st, 2009)
got me in from the off, love these solid beaty gtr/drum tracks ...stands up as an instrumental so no great rush for lyrics ,unless you already have em penned down of course.Just trow in a few turnarounds on the old drum machine and I would buy it for a dollar or euro....probably not a pound ,ain't worth much!! Best of see ya Jarvoid.
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dajama said 3762 days ago (May 2nd, 2009)
This is pretty cool. Has the potential to be a really solid rocker. Lovely guitar tone, and really good rhythm. Others have talked about the drums, and I agree, but it's something you can easily redo in the future. The groove's the thing, and you got it here in spades. Nicely done. Peace.
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