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Posted on Mar 11, 2014
Owner's Notes
This is an except from a cover I'm working on (missing solo violin, strings, some synths and piano). The song is called "I'll Face Myself" from the video game Persona 4. It appears in boss battles.


I've changed mixing styles, again. Now, the drums destroy subwoofers! I've adopted a "mixing" console state of mind. Tell me what you all think!
Posted on Dec 3, 2013
Owner's Notes
I've changed my mixing and mastering style yet again. This time, the recording levels are at -18dbfs instead of straight 0 and i turned down the mixes a lot and based it off of k-14 meters. This allowed me to seriously brick wall the crap out of my mixes and get it to a loud level. The drums and overall EQ was vastly improved (well to me, it was). Lemme know what you all think!
Posted on Oct 10, 2013
Owner's Notes
So this song is an original I wrote for an album (lyrics pending). It is very heavy (but not death heavy) and contains a decent amount of electronics. The tuning is in C# Standard with a Drop G# (G# F# B E G# C#). Don't ask why, but I love this tuning. The bass is tuned to Drop B + G# (G# B F# B E).



Guitar: Fender Custom Telecaster HH Spalted Maple

Bass: Ibanez SR305
Posted on Apr 25, 2013
Owner's Notes
A march-type song.

All amps are from Amplitube 3.



Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier and Egnater Armageddon (custom preset) for rhythm guitars

Splawn Nitro (custom preset) and Soldano SLO 100 for lead guitars



Ibanez SR305 through a Gallien-Krueger MB150S, DI, and Soldano SLO used for bass tracks



All ran through Redwirez Cabinet Impulses



DAW: Presonus Studio One Professional

Drums: NI Studio Drummer

Plugins: TRacks 3 CS mastering plugins

External Effects: Morley Tremonti Power Wah (on Solo)



Posted on Apr 18, 2013
Owner's Notes
A modern take/cover on a very popular 90s song by Alice and Chains. The drum pattern is a bit different. The guitars and bass are tuned down to Drop A# (you can tell during the chorus). There are some extra lead guitar parts. There is even an extra solo in there.



Some facts about the recording process:

- 16 guitar tracks total

- 3 bass tracks total

- 6 vocal tracks total

- 10 hours total recording, mixing and mastering



Enjoy!

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