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Noiseware : Metal from India!

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Refractor, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. Refractor

    Refractor Member

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    Hey Guys,

    I recently engineered and produced my bands 5 track EP and would love for you guys to check it out and give your feedback!

    You can listen to it here (and even download if you like it!) :

    http://noiseware.bandcamp.com/

    Thanks! :D
     
  2. Refractor

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    Bump

    Anyone gave it a spin?
     
  3. Tallicalad

    Tallicalad Tallicalad

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    This should be banned... ;)

    Just gave it a listen, yeah, sounds pretty good! I get a bit of tired of the superior drummer sound though... It's becoming very dated!
     
  4. Refractor

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    Haha I actually gotta agree with you on that! Its just like the Pod..extremely overused but works like a charm for those on a tight budget.

    And thanks for hearing it out man! :)
     
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    Lefthander Ethno freak

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    shit-too much dist on guitars....bzzzz
     
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    rbkonline1 under construction

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    +1

    But yes, they are sounding good. Maybe u can turn the gain knob down a bit from the guitars
     
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    Cool stuff! But I do agree with the too much distortion on the guitars comments. And is it me, or does the low end seem lacking in parts?
     
  8. Refractor

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    Thanks for checking out guys!

    I tried to keep the drums as organic sounding as possible. I do agree that S2.0 is thrown about waay too much these days though.

    And appreciate the critique on the guitars as well, I'd be sure to do things a little differently next time!
     

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