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Destination (final instrumental)


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I'm done with this one as I think it's as good as it's going to get and frankly I'm sick of listening to it. Needs vox but I'm not the one to do it.
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Uploaded: Feb 11, 2013 - 04:23:40 PM
Last Updated: Feb 11, 2013 - 04:23:40 PM Last Played: Jun 06, 2017 - 09:08:23 PM
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Les_Kloo said 2129 days ago (February 15th, 2013)
Destination
Rockin' goodness. It's easy to get tired of listening to your own work. Anyway, yep, built for vocals. Not easy to get a vocalist unless you ask directly, I'm guessing.
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Dirk_Gently said 2127 days ago (February 16th, 2013)
Cheers!
After ten years of trying to get it right, I think I'll leave it there. Maybe someone'll stumble upon it and offer to finish it off. Thanks for commenting!
Check out my latest song called Destination (final instrumental)
Philip18 said 2128 days ago (February 15th, 2013)
Destination
I hope someone takes this up - what you have is excellent, hard driving rock. Great guitar tones.
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Dirk_Gently said 2127 days ago (February 16th, 2013)
Thank you!
I believe the tone is in part down to the tuning - C G C G B D - and also the heavy layering of software effects combined with mic'd up amp.
Doing the drums was a bit of a bitch.
Check out my latest song called Destination (final instrumental)
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