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Canadian metal quality quandary

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Bmenz, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. Bmenz

    Bmenz Riffs n' Coffee

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    I've been chipping away at an album for the better part of this year and could use some fresh ears. Here's a 3 minute clip, no vox, no leads, just drums/bass/rhythm guitar.

    Obviously there'll be some changes once I add more elements, but wondering at this point if anything stands out to you folks that I should be addressing?

    http://menz.bandcamp.com/track/new-album-sample


    Thanks!
    -Brent
     
  2. Word Bearer

    Word Bearer New Metal Member

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    Raise the overheads slightly on the kit. The kick is getting really lost, so I'd have another look at that.
     
  3. Bmenz

    Bmenz Riffs n' Coffee

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    Cheers.
     
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    Serebrusband New Metal Member

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    Hey man im no expert but the guitar sounds really empty
     
  5. Bmenz

    Bmenz Riffs n' Coffee

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    Trying to leave some room in the guitars for the bass to chunt around (I'm predominately a bass player so I'm biased in my writing). Proving to be difficult.


    Anyone else got suggestions?
     

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