Old 06-30-2015, 01:39 PM   #41
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The guitar tracks are tight. Thats a step in the right direction. I cant remember whats in this pack exactly but you might try it.

http://www.oddgrooves.com/free-drum-loops-2/
I also noticed, that after I compared my track to a coupl reference, that mine sounds weak and wimpy. There's not enough umph. May partly be because of no bass, I'm not sure.
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Old 06-30-2015, 01:45 PM   #42
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Try this
http://youtu.be/i00E-O0cafA

Subscribe to this guys channel. I suggest to go through all these "metal production" tutorials first

He has a lot of others on there too but start with this series
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Old 06-30-2015, 01:46 PM   #43
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Try this
http://youtu.be/i00E-O0cafA

Subscribe to this guys channel. I suggest to go through all these "metal production" tutorials first

He has a lot of others on there too but start with this series
Okay, cool. Thank you
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Old 07-01-2015, 09:17 PM   #44
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Try this
http://youtu.be/i00E-O0cafA

Subscribe to this guys channel. I suggest to go through all these "metal production" tutorials first

He has a lot of others on there too but start with this series
Quiet--this guys YouTube vids are very helpful and informative, but I have a small question. Does the same thing he says apply to pretty much all plugins? Even freebies? Also, I don't have a bass guitar. Can an electric really get away with emulating bass with a plugin? I do have tse bob.

Thank so much for taking the time to find and send me this. I believe I'll spend hours and hours going over all his videos.
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Old 07-02-2015, 08:25 AM   #45
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Quiet--this guys YouTube vids are very helpful and informative, but I have a small question. Does the same thing he says apply to pretty much all plugins? Even freebies? Also, I don't have a bass guitar. Can an electric really get away with emulating bass with a plugin? I do have tse bob.

Thank so much for taking the time to find and send me this. I believe I'll spend hours and hours going over all his videos.
The principles apply.. the exact EQ settings etc will be different in each case
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Old 07-02-2015, 10:55 PM   #46
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The guitar tracks are tight. Thats a step in the right direction. I cant remember whats in this pack exactly but you might try it.

http://www.oddgrooves.com/free-drum-loops-2/
Hey, Quiet, take a listen to the link below and lemme know what you think.

It's the same riff I sent recently, but I added bass and played around with the drums a little.

https://soundcloud.com/troy-ray-mccombs/ispoc3
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