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    The practice space thread over in the guitar forum got me thinking about this one: post your band's page and recordings.

    My current band: www.myspace.com/westcoastdoom

    And the last one: www.myspace.com/sideofbacon

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    My current band, going through some turmoil:

    www.myspace.com/istari
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    Quote Originally Posted by sosomething View Post
    My current band, going through some turmoil:

    www.myspace.com/istari


    The first song sounds very similar to one of the songs on madden in style almost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sosomething View Post
    My current band, going through some turmoil:

    www.myspace.com/istari

    That's some good stuff, hope the turmoil gets worked out.

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    Do one-member computer geek bands count? See sig if they do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chill View Post
    That's some good stuff, hope the turmoil gets worked out.
    If by "worked out," you mean our singer quitting music alltogether, then yeah. It worked out great.

    Actually we're not breaking up. Finding a new singer is never fun, but our songwriting team is still intact so it's just a matter of plugging in a creative vocalist with a good ear and a good voice. We'll be back on track before '07. At least that's my mid-October estimate.

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    http://www.myspace.com/suckfacerevo

    three peice instrumental "funk-rock" i guesse

    surprisingly good recording for a computer mic in the middle of the room

    our drummer can not do mellow

    i can not not solo

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    Here is my friends band....

    http://www.volumewater.com


    http://www.myspace.com/volumewater

    Enjoy....

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    you can hear a bunch of projects I play on here:

    http://www.hazardfactor.com/hazard/shop.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by chill View Post
    The practice space thread over in the guitar forum got me thinking about this one: post your band's page and recordings.

    My current band: www.myspace.com/westcoastdoom

    And the last one: www.myspace.com/sideofbacon
    It is sometimes tough to hear on computer speakers but if I am hearing right, I really like the sound you guys have. Especially on kit. I love a metal kit that has real kick drum sounds. You know, like an acoustic kick drum instead of the new metalica sounding click/kick which I always think sounds crappy. I like it like the old slayer stuff. Where drums sounded like drums, not samples.

    Nice sounding stuff.

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    my current band, sleep tight tiger:

    www.myspace.com/sleeptighttiger

    a newer song that we've recorded that doesn't have vocals on it yet:

    www.purevolume.com/bryanfries
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdier View Post
    It is sometimes tough to hear on computer speakers but if I am hearing right, I really like the sound you guys have. Especially on kit. I love a metal kit that has real kick drum sounds. You know, like an acoustic kick drum instead of the new metalica sounding click/kick which I always think sounds crappy. I like it like the old slayer stuff. Where drums sounded like drums, not samples.

    Nice sounding stuff.

    Jim

    The problem is that in a dense metal mix, it's nearly impossible to get a kick that has any weight, power, consistency, or clarity to it, without samples.

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    The old band: www.myspace.com/farewelltofairbanks

    My new one... only time will tell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtual Kevorkian View Post
    The problem is that in a dense metal mix, it's nearly impossible to get a kick that has any weight, power, consistency, or clarity to it, without samples.
    triggers or "samples" can sound fine if theyre used well, i agree the clickcliclick **** is anoying, even really fast double kick should have some thud to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeydude View Post
    triggers or "samples" can sound fine if theyre used well, i agree the clickcliclick **** is anoying, even really fast double kick should have some thud to it
    Definitely - you need to layer in some dynamics with the samples, or at least take advantage of multiple samples and automation.

    The faster a drummer plays, the less hard he hits, which results in a softer and quieter sound. While consistency is a must, you must also have some feel to things.

    My favorite thing to do is sample the actual drummers kit, and use that for the sound replacing.

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