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FunkybananA

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Hi!

I don't know if any of you is interested in listening to me and friend's music, but we finally got the home studio working and started to record a couple of tracks!


And so I thought I would share "the joy" if I might say..! I also post this here cause we need opinions from others :)


Vicariously.wav - 18.31MB


Tell me what you think! :)

ps. It's still under development so it's kinda short..

pps. We usually play more melodic metal, but sometimes it feels good to just jam with the guitars ;)

Is there a way to put the file in a media player like some people here have done it? I've seen someonee having mediaplayers either on their profiles or posts, but how is that being done?

Cheers


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Heard youre little session : ) Can you show me something with singing? Drums? What program do u use for recording? I produce and make music since many years. If i can help you then pls ask. :rolleyes:

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Heard youre little session : ) Can you show me something with singing? Drums? What program do u use for recording? I produce and make music since many years. If i can help you then pls ask. :rolleyes:


You mean you want us to record some singing and drums? - If yes, then ofcourse it can be done :) That's just the beginning of something, there's gonna be drums and singing, that are propably produced by me, like the rhythm guitar in this one.

I think we'll continue next weekend :)


To answer your question on what program we used it's called wavelab, not the best one, but the basics are easy to handle, but as time passes by, we'll go and get another program :)

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ok nice!! yes i know wavelab....a very good program is cubase! its not expansive,easy to handle and has nice features.




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