Tags : | Heavy Metal | 9.99 MB
Description : I had some fun with a wah-pedal effect in this one. It's nothing too remarkable, but a fun little metal piece none the less. Enjoy. V.

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  1. Rygel
    Rygel on Tue 24th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    Sounds like something out of the Doom soundtrack. Not enough of this style on Looperman. Badass track.
  2. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sun 15th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    Hi Aaron...although I'm more a fan of your industrial stuff I must admit you're making top class recordings in metal teritory
    as well and this one is no exception. It's true power pack of massive sound that you produce so damn well. Instant fav !

    Compliments____Leon
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Leon, hello!

    First, thank you for the kind words. Knowing that metal isn't really in yiur list of favorites, it means a lot more that you still take the time to listen and comment.

    As far as the industrial Valvedriver, stay tuned. Summer months generally bring out the metal in me. But, the colder winter months always seem to be when I do more of my darker, synth driven industrial style. I'm not sure why, though. That's just how it happens.

    As always, I appreciate you stopping by, and always look forward to your input.

    Take care, friend.

    Aaron.
  3. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Fri 13th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    "Forgive my ignorance, but By "...too clean" do you mean tones and production, or the lack of fret noises and other organic artifacts that come from live guitars, or are they too perfectly timed due to being programed in a DAW, or all the above?"

    Aaron, I was only referring to the comparison to Kyuss. They go for a much more raw sound with their guitars with dirty distortion and heavily muted tones.

    No man, I'm not complaining that it doesn't sound real enough. I'm not one of those guys. On the contrary, I love the sound on this and I'm pretty damn impressed and all in on someone that can produce virtual guitar at this level. By the way I have spent countless hours editing guitar tracks to remove string scrapes and pick noises etc. to clean things up. Sometimes it sounds cool but mores times than not it too obvious or annoying. I'm digging what your doing bro, keep it up.
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver I knew you weren't complaining, bud. I didn't even consider the thought that you were. I was only asking for the sole purpose of improving my works. I'm all about making it sound as real as possible, and who better to learn from than someone who knows, ya know? I thought maybe there were things I could have done to make it sound less...software.
    Either way, man. I always look forward to what you have to say, and I'm always willing to accept pointers and advice, so whenever you might have some, throw it my way, mister!
  4. weirf
    weirf on Fri 13th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    More metal on looperman please.
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Weirf, stand by, my friend. I have one brewing now that's a hard hitting rocker.
  5. Audioendo
    Audioendo on Thu 12th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    The guitars sound great.
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Thank you.
  6. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 12th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    Oh Hell yeah,,,well befitting of The Valvedriver,,,,,you really have been nailing the mixes Aaron...this is top class all the way....my hair is growing back in even though metal hasn`t often been my first listening choice....but canT ignore music when its well done with this kind of composing & mixing skills...I have an old 1983 Takamine electric gtr with a couple of Dimarzio high output pickups that does this kind of stuff to a T..tempted to pill it out of its resting place & make a noise...great stuff my friend....keep on...Ed
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Ed, hello!

    I'm not sure what to say, getting that kind of praise from someone of your caliber makes my freakin day, man.

    Man, I wish my hair would grow back after listening to it! I know metal isn't real high on your list of preferred genres, so it means even more to me that you still swing by and listen.
    I think having found and learned the Shreddage vst was a really good rhing for me. Metal IS my favorite genre. And while I had a lot of fun with the electronic, synth based stuff from my early days here, being able to create the music I love just makes it so much easier. It just flows so much more freely.

    As far as dusting off the ol' Takamine...do it! I dare ya! ;)

    Ed, you take care, and as always, I truly appreciate your feedback.

    Aaron.
  7. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Thu 12th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    Ooooo, that sustain is wicked man! Its pretty clean though so I'm guessing its all digital processed. Yeah a nice hard driver here bro. I dig the chord changeups and the drum track is also excellent and very tastefully done. Danke mentioned Kyuss and even though its probably way too clean guitar wise, it does remind me of something they have done. Definitely has a nice stoner groove and sounds great. Always a treat to see another ValveDriver track on the menu. We got to keep this place rockin !
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Neo, what's happnin, brother?

    Yeah, it's all digital all the time with this boy.

    Honestly, I never really got into Kyuss. I love the music, but the guys voice just doesn't do it for me. Which is the case for a lot of bands.

    Forgive my ignorance, but By "...too clean" do you mean tones and productuon, or the lack of fret noises and other organic artifacts that come from live guitars, or are they too perfectly timed due to being programed in a DAW, or all the above?

    I'm glad you like this one. I always look forward to your reviews, man. Thank you!

    Take care, my friend.
    Aaron.
  8. ronabo
    ronabo on Thu 12th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    Hey ValveDriver, Sounds like you are having fun with pedal effects... :) I actually love the heavy metal guitar and that growl of it. Very Good Job!

    Ronabo
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Ronabo, thank you. I did have fun with it. This whole track was just a fun little piece that I just kind of threw together.

    Thanks again.

    Take care.
    V.
  9. Verdiqo
    Verdiqo on Wed 11th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    Awesome song dude. Did like this one a lot. Rock on! Everything in the track just fitted perfectly. So yeah a very solid and good track. Keep up the good work. And keep on listening & creating. And again well done. * bro fist *
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Thanks, Vertiqo. I appreciate the kind words. Thanks for takong the time to listen, and comment. I appreciate it.

    Take care.
    V.
  10. danke
    danke on Sat 7th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    Dear Sir!

    Fav from the first second...this is like a slow Kyuss jam in the rehearsal room with high quality...maybe that guy below could send some Garcia like vocs on this...

    excellent track, congrats and hail for metal...hope all is well...Danke
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Danke! Good to hear from you! I'm glad you liked this one, brother. I'm honored to be mentioned in the same sentence as Kyuss!

    I hope all is well with you.
    Take care my friend.
    Aaron.
  11. CavSgt
    CavSgt on Sat 7th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    Excellent! I wanna try lyrics for it. You mind?
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver I appreciate the offer for lyrics, but this one is complete. If you want to try something from scratch, feel free to contact me.

    Take care.
    V.
  12. topvega
    topvega on Sat 7th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    Love it. We need more Rock on this site. Been busy with life but nice to come back to this. Awesome shit. Love the tone and Drum work on this.

    tv
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Thank you, sir! I fully agree with you on the needing more rock. That's why I've been posting more!

    I appreciate the kind words. Especially from someone with your level of talent. Thanks, man.

    Take care. V.
  13. DRJBEATS
    DRJBEATS on Fri 6th Jul 2018 - 2 months ago
    dope track bro, shits rocking
    ValveDriver
    Reply by ValveDriver Thanks.

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