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Two songs from Will Bozarth and I.

Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by Det Som Engang Var, Jul 23, 2014.

  1. Dreadful

    Dreadful When Man& Machine Collide

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    sounds good. I like the distortion riffs and folky flutes better than the clean guitar parts. Sounds real killer.
     
  2. nckissfan

    nckissfan Civil War reenactor

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    sounds good. Maybe a little less reverb on the vocals? has a nice groove to it
     
  3. DreamNeonBlack

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    yAY it sounds like music!
     
  4. WhiteBeastofWotan

    WhiteBeastofWotan Apostitutes!

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    YOu know I dig that whistle. I may employ your services some day once I get my act together and start recording.
     
  5. Det Som Engang Var

    Det Som Engang Var Viking Bastard

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    My whistle is yours, old friend.

    Just so you know, all of that was recorded using a Clarke Sweettone in the key of D. They cost like....$8 on Amazon. Definitely worth it. It's same one Tobias from Falkenstein uses. You definitely want to get one that's in the key of D, though. My first tin whistle was C# and it was utterly useless.

    [ame]http://www.amazon.com/Clarke-Sweetone-D-Whistle-Black/dp/B000VPFO7S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1406337745&sr=8-1&keywords=clark+sweetone[/ame]
     
  6. WhiteBeastofWotan

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    Hmmmm... Recently I've been writing stuff with guitars in C#/Db, wouldn't I want one in the same key?

    Good to know Tobias uses that. I've been listening to a lot of Falkenbach the last few months.
     
  7. Det Som Engang Var

    Det Som Engang Var Viking Bastard

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    Erm, Falkenstein, haha. A one man neo-folk gig from Germany not to be confused with Vratyas Vakyas (which means Searching Wanderer) from Falkenbach. I highly reccomend getting Falkensteins first album "Heiliger Wald" it's one of my favorites of all time. The others are pretty good, but that debut was a masterpiece.

    I mean, yeah, if you're in C#, it's fine, but most guitars that accompany tin whistle music is in Standard E (or in my case Drop-D), not to mention D is the most common tuning for them. Check this guy out, Max.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEKFIzgms6A

    And now here's me playing the same song with the same whistle I showed you, that he also used. Really cool guy, when I was 17 I asked what it was. He referred to it as a little "celtic whistle" and gave me a link. :)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0AFFMWsims
     
  8. WhiteBeastofWotan

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    Shows that I never bother to learn the names of people behind bands. Should have been obvious though because all of Falkenbachs accompaniment is obviously synth.

    I do remember Falkenstein from years ago, been a while. Good stuff!

    an additional edit: I would love to make some non-metal neo-pagan folk like this...
     
  9. Det Som Engang Var

    Det Som Engang Var Viking Bastard

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    Same. Empiric is nearly done, now it's time for Neo-Folk. We can do this together, you and I....

    I'm serious, Max. You lay down the guitar, and I will go out and buy a new microphone for recording the whistles and if needed, vocals and additional guitars.
     
  10. nckissfan

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    I love hearing flutes, and whistles used in metal. That is the standout part of the song y'all made.
     
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    Det Som Engang Var Viking Bastard

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    Thank you. :)
     
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    Good stuff. The black vox sounds a lot like Ihsahn to me too.
    Heh, I just looked at the band name...
     
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