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No Boundaries (beta) No Boundaries (beta)

Rated 5 / 5 stars


I've never heard this covered before. This is amazing. No Boundaries. Holy fuck.

Crushingly Un-Brutal Crushingly Un-Brutal

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

pretty good

Not your best, but still pretty good. How do you get your recordings so crystal clear? Drums sound like they might be sequenced... only thing i don't get is that little synth line...

jarrydn responds:

Drums are most definitely sequenced.

As for crystal clear recording...I go direct mate ;D. Most people on NG go for the whole "mic your amp up" thing...but they do it with horribly cheap computer microphones. I do have some high end mics at my disposal, but when you go direct, you can do so much more with the raw sound.

Basically, I just run my guitar through a Boss MT2 straight into the computer. Then I route my recorded audio tracks through a VST effect called 'Amplitube' which is basically a tube amp simulator (and it does a damn good job) ;D.

Hope I've been able to help you somehow ;D

Imperial March...but heavy Imperial March...but heavy

Rated 4 / 5 stars

kicks ass

Yeah, that needed to be done. Nice recording quality. Sounds like you nailed the chord progression, too. I've been playing the melody for awhile but I never thought to do it like that. You should do Luke's theme, it has an awesome, minor-y epic feel.

jarrydn responds:

Thanks for the review man :)

Probably won't be doing any more star wars themed tracks...but never know :)

Flesh on yourbones Flesh on yourbones

Rated 2 / 5 stars

erm... how bout a right channel?

It only comes out of the left speaker... so this would be pretty hard to use I guess. Also the drums aren't recorded well. I know drum mics are expensive... Maybe if you sequenced the drums in a little loop with a drum machine it would be a good song, since the riff is pretty good. Speed it up a bit, too, and you'll have a good song.

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