No Soundcloud thread?
Soundcloud threads are pretty rare on /b/ aren't they?
i would leave feedback if i werent at work right now, sorry guys
Lol no one really cares to get into anybodys stuff in these threads, but oh well
guitar based music for weirdos to listen to when they're all alone, depressed and tripping balls.
just listened to a few tracks
i'd say experiment more in programming and tweaking your drums, there's potential
also try some limiting
this is actually nice
Your tracks have some catchy dance beats, maybe experiment with some synth harmonies, kinda like what you did in Hau5, love me some good synth harmonies.
2 tracks ive been working on lately and havent gotten around to finishing
>dont know what to call them but its electronic
I do shit on this really irregularly.
Fuck man that really means a lot right now, thanks a ton!!
Wow I usually have trouble coming up with melodies i think are catchy so thanks man! Will definitely look more into that, it's one of my weak points!
I haven't posted much recently, but I have about 4 tracks in the works, including a remake of Pets - deadmau5
Just ideas for the old band, nothing concrete....
ITT: the lost dreams of a failed producer. every post has one thing in common and thats failure. at what point in life do you just give up and post your shitty music on an anon site. me and my A&R friends joke about the lost hope soundcloud provides fail musicians and producers.
keep posting but relise people are laughing at you! alot
I don't know, that rings true for some of us, but there's also some that just do it for fun in our spare time. I'm not looking to make it big in the music business.
Also alot is not a word.
>only 2 songs
>post hardcore, emo, melodic guitar
Feedback greatly appreciated, I just finished these two demos this week. I wish I could sing/find a vocalist. :(
Go with Superior Drummer 2.0. Use it in conjunction with Addictive drums on the bass and snare for more attack.
Use a stereo imager (ie. the one in Izotope Ozone mastering suite) to widen the shit out of your drum track with a slight delay on either side. This is the start of how you get that heavy post rock drum sound.
But first you need a good sampled VST, not the shitty ones organic to DAWs.