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Children of Bodom - Cover Thread

Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by FossilMerrick, Apr 27, 2008.

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    Very good, maybe a tiny touch more gain or louder mix, then it's pretty much as accurate as you can get with your guitar and stuff.
     
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    That tone gave me a boner.
     
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    Arystar Kissing In The Shadows

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    Yea im curious aswell to what you used, could u share your tone?
     
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    guitars are played with the kemper profiling amp.
    i used the gp1000 preset of jon wormwood and used eq
    to make it sound more in the style of the hatebreeder album.

    bass guitar, drums and keyboards are programmed. i used zombass3, steven slate drum and jv2080 synthesizer.

    i think the drums could need more handling but im not experienced enough.
    maybe there is someone here in the forum who could try to create a good drumpreset which sounds as acurate as the guitar tone.
     
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    I can do a drum track of black widow if you wnat
     
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    what drum vst do you use?
    im more looking for a preset or a strategie to come as close as possible to
    the original sound, than for drums for that specific song.

    once i have the hb sound that i love so much i plan to use it for my own tunes and want to compose stuff like the old cob.
     
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    that's a damn good tone! listened to the other stuff on your soundcloud, pretty good as well
     
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    I'm using SSD and mix it with Superior Drummer, because the cymbals and toms on SSD are horrible.
     
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    Wait, what?! How much did you pay for the Kemper? Isn't it something around 1.500€ or am I wrong?
    And that preset means it's a modded gp-1000 or some kind of an vst or impulse file?
     
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    yes about 1500 euro for the kemper.
    the preset im talking about is a preset for the kemper amp.
    jon wormwood did it with his moded gp1000 and shared it.
     
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    One of my worse cover, but I use the "I was tired and learned the song in 1 hour" excuse. Good practise for your left hand though... Comes right after HOB.

     
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    Such an interesting solo (just one section missing). Nice contrast with the echoing melodies, brute riffs and wild drumming. This is so technical song with somewhat dark and weird atmosphere. It's a technically powerful track with still not enough entertainment value to be included in live set. It describes how someone moves about like a zombie but can't experience emotions, what a dark fate.
     
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    Really interesting Cover. A little bit different and should be standard e tuning
     
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    Finally.....someone good did this cover. Best song on BD IMO.

    Love the riff that starts at about 00:23. So fun to play.
     
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    Good job. I think this song would be better if the chorus vocals were left completely out on the the 2nd occasion, thus making 2:34 - 4:14 completely instrumental before returning to the chorus with vocals on the 3rd occasion as in 1st, except the 3rd should be spoken to cool down the supposed ballad and support that 'trancic' feel of the intro. The chorus guitar composion is sort of interesting but it's absolutely buried under the horrendous singing section. So 1st chorus screaming, 2nd mute, 3rd spoken.
     
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    That would sound boring. I like it when they did it like in SKO and AT, when they play the chorus parts without vocals at first. Especially in AT when there's an increase of instruments.
     
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    Yeah, it could make it a skip-over track. The chorus just doesn't work out exciting enough for the song to be included in live set any further. It's like a zombie love chorus.
     

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