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Metalcore/Deathcore (SoloC, ReValver MKIII, Sup 2 MF)

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by HellHell, Jul 11, 2010.

  1. HellHell

    HellHell New Metal Member

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    Sounds pretty good dude!

    Really like the guitars, but the drums are too low for my taste. Bring up the snare and the kick! The kick could also benefit from some more low-end. The bass is pretty buried, but it seems you're not going for a super up-front bass sound anyway, and it gets the job done. The vocals are awesome! :headbang:

    Also, the synth part at 1:30 needs some work, it sounds very thin, maybe add an octave below it or something?

    Just my initial thoughts :D
     
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    well there's your problem... you're singing in the wrong language! :Spin: love the guitar tone by the way
     
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    Matt.CL Chilean Motherfucker

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    actually, listening to this i think russian is a good language to put into a metal song
     
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    HellHell New Metal Member

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    first time ever working with synths :) an octave below sounds like good idea, thanks!
     
  6. HellHell

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    there are too many bands singing in english in russia, to me russian sounds just fine in metal :) any thoughts on sound guys?
     
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    AllanD boom tap boom-boom tap

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    It sounds good, the snare is a bit low though. I'm liking this guitar tone!
     
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    Guitar tone = win.

    Vocalist = win.

    Russian = win.

    I don't have anything to say about the mix because I'm not listening on my monitors.
     
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    kykiles GuitarPlayer

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    Гитары классные) Настройки поведаешь?) И как записывал?)
     
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    Hey man, it sounds massive.Good job!
     
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    ïàñèáà) êîíå÷íî ïîâåäàþ, íå âîïðîñ
    guitar chain, 4 guitars, massive reverb and saturation

    first guitar
    revalver
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    cab from th1
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    cuts with voxengo gliss eq
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    second guitar
    TSS
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    SoloC
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    Revalver with recabinet demo mesa impulse
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