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Tags : | Rock | 3.86 MB

Description : This is a song I have been working on and off for some time. It is basically Heavy Rock in nature. The drums are loops arranged by me.
Incorporates Fender Bass, Framus (Les Paul copy) for leads, and rhythm guitar. Some rhythm guitar parts were as loops for fill in.
Basically I used ProTools for putting it all together and the reverb/delay effects were from there as well.
Hope you like it.
Randy

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  1. ColinR
    ColinR on Sat 20th Aug 2011 - 10 years ago

    Hello Randy, this is really strong guitar work here, so tight. I really love the sound or the leads, a Framus les Paul copy you say? what a tone! Great production..Great work!

  2. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Sat 13th Aug 2011 - 10 years ago

    What a change from your country songs, this is simply awesome, love the guitar work. You always seem to know how to out do yourself and this is no exception. Great as always and thanks for sharing.

    Kyle

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Kyle,

    Thanks for listening and reviewing my latest rock song.
    I will give you a review back today on one of your songs in return, as I always do with everyone...if they have a song posted...some don't.

    I am glad you like the the country and rock songs I put out. This is what I used to play back in the late 60's and up until about 1981. Then I went to work in a power plant, and shift work started = no more band playing!

    So to counter act...I had to become a 1-man-band. My drums are all loops..unless it is a simple part, then I create it on my Korg M3. That machine has hundreds of drum samples you can input with the keys.
    I should use the Korg in more of my songs as well.

    Basically I start out with a single track like probably everyone else does, and then add in all the other parts one at a time. Then I spend about a month or more tweaking it all to perfection as best I can.

    I make sure when I do the parts separately, in the software, I 'zoom in' to make sure that part is lined up with the last part to sound as tho 'seemless'. I suppose others also do this.

    It isn't possible for me to always make a solo part without mistakes. Sometimes I'll play half a dozen notes at a time, and then do some more until that part is done.

    Anyways, more than you wanted to know. lol
    Thanks again,
    Randy

  3. MLTPjames
    MLTPjames on Tue 9th Aug 2011 - 10 years ago

    THIS IS SOME KICK ASS DRINKIN MUSIC FOR SURE!!! track rocks bro. faved. good gutiar work and well mixed.

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya MLTPjames,

    Thanks so much for listening/reviewing my latest rock song. As mentioned below in my last reply to Allen, I love rock and country. I really go for the older style rock that I played in the 70's era.

    I am deep rooted in country as well....so that is why you'll hear mostly country songs and rock from me, more than Blues.

    I appreciate your comments and will review a song of yours today.
    Randy

  4. AllenV
    AllenV on Mon 8th Aug 2011 - 10 years ago

    I love this Randy,right to the point and you do it so very well!

    Allen

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Allen,

    Thanks a lot for listening and reviewing my latest rock song. I will give you a review back today. I love country and rock as you can tell. I also do Blues with some slide, but haven't done any in probably a year.

    I am working on another catchy rock tune spaced out for vocals to fit in. Another fellow said he's like to sing to one of my tunes, so I am trying that approach for the next song. So far, so good.

    Thanks again Allen...I always appreciate hearing from you.
    Randy

  5. topvega
    topvega on Sat 6th Aug 2011 - 10 years ago

    Awesome...love the production. Nice chops. Almost sounds like NickelBack if they had some ballz. :)

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya Topvega,

    I appreciate your listening and reviewing my latest rock song. I just listened to your slow country song, and left a comment there for you.
    Glad you liked this rock song as it is one my own favorites. I am into solid drums and bass and tasteful leads. At least that is what I aim for when I start out. Sometimes just listening to a particular drum beat will start the wheels turning, and get me into making a whole song out from that. It just takes an idea to start with.

    Again, thanks for commenting and hope you have a nice day.
    Randy

  6. untilspirit
    untilspirit on Fri 5th Aug 2011 - 10 years ago

    This is great track.Well produced and composed.Some really impressive chops ! Crafted beautifully,all the parts complement the whole.Very pleasing to the earholes and the soul !!! Rock on...

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Untilspirit,

    Don't believe I have ever heard from you before, so thanks for listening and reviewing my rock tune here.
    I appreciate all your comments and will give a review back.
    I used a 'Pinch Harmonics' technic to get that squealing sound in some of the short leads.
    I found it on YouTube. Gives quite the cool sound. There is a link below here in another review IF you don't know how to get that sound yourself, and want to try it.

    I see that you use quite a variety of software. That is great as the more 'tools' the better.

    Thanks again,
    Randy

  7. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Fri 5th Aug 2011 - 10 years ago

    Heavy! Rock! Whoo hoo. Awesome to the
    thirty-seventeenth-twenty-zero-ninety-eth power! lol
    Rock on Randall!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there MS Music,
    Thanks for listening and comenting on my latest tune. I am glad you liked it and I like your description. I couldn't have thought that one up at all. lol

    I haven't forgotten about the Gospel venture. I am experimentiing with it and trying to make it sound interesting and catchy, as most newer Gospel music I hear, is.

    So thanks again for your review,
    Randy

  8. Kikajon
    Kikajon on Wed 3rd Aug 2011 - 10 years ago

    Hey Randy, great fun to hear you rock out. And heavy rocks is a very fitting title indeed.
    Awesome. And too short. ;)
    /pmk

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there /PMK,

    Thanks for your nice review and am glad you enjoyed another of my tunes. As for shortness, I almost got it to 3 min. as that is what I shoot for...in case it is ever played on the radio. That seems to be the standard time limit....maybe that has changed?

    Some others on different web sites have asked how I get that 'Pinch Harmonics' sound. So here is an easier way to explain it via this video link to YouTube.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5I5O8P-r5Rk

    If you already know how to do it, cool....but some don't for sure.
    Thanks again and will give you a review back shortly.
    Randy

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