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Posted by Soliloquy on 20.09.2006 at 23:58
i know a bunch of you have your lil one man bands or stuff on myspace or whatever. post em here, instead of creating 100's of different pages.


and i'm doing a crappy job at it too. but meh, i'm having fun



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Arcanewind

Posts: 99

Age: 26
From: Estonia

  30.01.2016 at 16:36
Written by Windrider on 30.01.2016 at 16:33

That's great, I'm also gonna check out your stuff when I finally have more time again


Well, now I am nervous

But seriously, thanks in advance. Advice from capable songwriters and producers is simply priceless! Also, I am gonna make a promise here, once your album is released, if it doesn't get a staff review, I will submit a review of my own, to help draw more attention to your music.
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Windrider
Der Trauerweider

Posts: 635

Age: 24
From: Germany

  30.01.2016 at 16:48
Written by Arcanewind on 30.01.2016 at 16:36

But seriously, thanks in advance. Advice from capable songwriters and producers is simply priceless! Also, I am gonna make a promise here, once your album is released, if it doesn't get a staff review, I will submit a review of my own, to help draw more attention to your music.

I'm not a producer myself but I know a guy who is able to mix/master with a great sound if you need someone
Wow thanks again but first wait and see if you also like the other tracks, no need to rush haha
Arcanewind

Posts: 99

Age: 26
From: Estonia

  30.01.2016 at 16:51
Written by Windrider on 30.01.2016 at 16:48

I'm not a producer myself but I know a guy who is able to mix/master with a great sound if you need someone


I will PM you about that when the time comes
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Vombatus
Potorro

Posts: 1888
From: Belgium

  31.01.2016 at 17:40
I think it's cool to listen what MSers have to offer, and it's pretty nice

Arcanewind has some good ideas, and overall the melodies and songwritting seems to have quite some work behind. Like others said, the biggest problem is the mixing and production. Thin guitars and a few obvious mistakes (like the end of White Frost). But I can't blame you, myself finding the mixing part as really complicated. It's hard to find a good balance if not correctly geared.

Hjel on the other hand seems to have a much better production. Best thing are those vocals. Great voice and very well recorded! Guitars are catchy, despite being so simple. I think the drums could benefit from a bit of variation, even some double strokes or basic fills really helps to make things more interesting. It's neat stuff though.
Arcanewind

Posts: 99

Age: 26
From: Estonia

  31.01.2016 at 17:46
Written by Vombatus on 31.01.2016 at 17:40

I think it's cool to listen what MSers have to offer, and it's pretty nice

Arcanewind has some good ideas, and overall the melodies and songwritting seems to have quite some work behind. Like others said, the biggest problem is the mixing and production. Thin guitars and a few obvious mistakes (like the end of White Frost). But I can't blame you, myself finding the mixing part as really complicated. It's hard to find a good balance if not correctly geared.


Thanks for listeing and for your feedback!

Might I inquire as to what mistake you refer to in The White Frost? I mean, it is a pretty messy song overall, but what specifically bothered you?
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Vombatus
Potorro

Posts: 1888
From: Belgium

  01.02.2016 at 00:09
Well, if you check at 6:40 it looks like a mistake, and on that same keys passage all the sound is thrown to the left channel. Maybe that's just me being a bitch, and you actually intended that
And yeah it kinda sounds messy, as in ideas flying everywhere which gives the impression of not too structured. I don't mind that. It's quite cool and better than sticking to conventional stuff. But yeah, main thing I'd do would be more guitar thickness.
Arcanewind

Posts: 99

Age: 26
From: Estonia

  01.02.2016 at 01:03
Written by Vombatus on 01.02.2016 at 00:09

Well, if you check at 6:40 it looks like a mistake, and on that same keys passage all the sound is thrown to the left channel. Maybe that's just me being a bitch, and you actually intended that
And yeah it kinda sounds messy, as in ideas flying everywhere which gives the impression of not too structured. I don't mind that. It's quite cool and better than sticking to conventional stuff. But yeah, main thing I'd do would be more guitar thickness.


Never feel like a bitch for giving your opinion, dude, at least when it comes to my songs. I value criticism even more than I value praise

Anyway, that whole ending of that song is indeed meant to sound like things are breaking down, it is symobolic of giving up and death. (If you've played The Witcher video game series, which I can't recommend highly enough, then You will understand). The violin is supposed to sound like the record's breaking.

Still, hearing You say it is "quite cool" is a great compliment. It is my personal facvorite of my own tracks and I shall improve it in the future. As I said to Karlabos, EVERYONE, who has commented on my songs and given me advice, shall receive a free signed copy of my album, when I release it .
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Savopipo

Posts: 469
From: Sweden

  01.02.2016 at 13:12
Tystnad .. Black Metal in Swedish:
http://tystnad.bandcamp.com
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Check Tystnad out at http://tystnad.bandcamp.com
Karlabos
Weirdo of MS

Posts: 3556

Age: 28
From: Brazil

  01.02.2016 at 17:38
^ Very interesting guitar tone and reverb usage. (on the Avgud release at least, since it's the only one I checked)
Now I don't have the time but will listen to a whole release when I can.
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If you're looking for some 2016 bizarre music, I got some
Windrider
Der Trauerweider

Posts: 635

Age: 24
From: Germany

  05.02.2016 at 16:31
Written by Vombatus on 31.01.2016 at 17:40

Hjel on the other hand seems to have a much better production. Best thing are those vocals. Great voice and very well recorded! Guitars are catchy, despite being so simple. I think the drums could benefit from a bit of variation, even some double strokes or basic fills really helps to make things more interesting. It's neat stuff though.

Just saw it, thanks for your feedback Funny that many people mention the vocals, while I just started doing it some months ago because I actually don't like singing too much, but my will against another guy as singer (had some bad experience last time) was somewhat stronger haha. Btw the vocals were recorded as if they were live, so with a mic in hand, because I couldn't maintain a steady distance and stay still when singing...
Vombatus
Potorro

Posts: 1888
From: Belgium

  06.02.2016 at 02:30
Written by Windrider on 05.02.2016 at 16:31

Just saw it, thanks for your feedback Funny that many people mention the vocals, while I just started doing it some months ago because I actually don't like singing too much, but my will against another guy as singer (had some bad experience last time) was somewhat stronger haha. Btw the vocals were recorded as if they were live, so with a mic in hand, because I couldn't maintain a steady distance and stay still when singing...


Guess I was surprised they sounded so "professional" When first heard I thought about bands like Negator or Der Weg... Like average BM raspy vocals, but well done.
ZÖN

Posts: 16

Age: 20
From: USA

  10.02.2016 at 00:52
I've seen some kind words (which I greatly appreciate) towards my drone metal project here: https://znmusic.bandcamp.com/releases . Thanks a lot, I'm real proud of it.

That's my only metal project but I've several more in the experimental spectrum.

My main one, Trouble Salad (noise/experimental/ambient/etc, a smorgasbord of things really): https://troublesalad.bandcamp.com/
Indentured Servant (100% harsh noise and power electronics brutality): https://myheavenisincompletewithoutviolence.bandcamp.com/
Math&Science (experimental electronica/IDM/noise/psychedelic/trance/breakcore, I tried to make some vaporwave and it evolved into this): https://mathscience.bandcamp.com/
Peaks of Thok (Drone/dark ambient): https://thepeaksofthok.bandcamp.com/
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https://znmusic.bandcamp.com/releases
https://troublesalad.bandcamp.com/
https://myheavenisincompletewithoutviolence.bandcamp.com/
https://mathscience.bandcamp.com/
https://thepeaksofthok.bandcamp.com/
https://fjfmusic.bandcamp.com/releases

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The Evergreen

Posts: 213

Age: 37
From: USA

  05.04.2016 at 04:26
I may as well join this...
I hope to expand to an actual band someday because I am only so good at trying to do everything, but for now it's just me. Given where I live, that is unlikely to change any time soon. I could ramble, but what's the point of that? Here's my not exactly gothic project, The Evergreen Conspiracy:
https://soundcloud.com/theevergreenconspiracy
appa.ritions

Posts: 1
From: Germany

  30.04.2016 at 02:30
2 man project

MOUTH OF MADNESS - BLACK/THRASH/DEATH from Germany
we will release a tape this summer.
give us a listen:

https://www.facebook.com/thewolvesofgolgatha
https://mouthofmadness.bandcamp.com
https://soundcloud.com/thewolvesofgolgatha
Rusted Earth

Posts: 1
From: Australia

  30.06.2016 at 14:07
RUSTED EARTH

Not sure if anyone is still viewing this thread, but here we go...

https://rustedearth.bandcamp.com/releases - available as Name you Price.

This album is influenced by post-apocalyptic themes and musically, it is a mix of black metal, heavy metal, rock and maybe some post-metal. It's a style that I love and have been listening to for around 20 years. On future releases, Rusted Earth is not going to have too many restrictions on its style, apart from the fact that the core sound will contain metal. For this release, I made a conscious decision to trim the fat. You'll notice that the tracks are quite short for this style and that's because I wanted to have no filler at all. Well at least I don't think there is.

I've released the 6 track, 23 minute mini album/ep on bandcamp. I still plan on putting out a full length hopefully later this year.

A bit of a rundown for those looking for a quick listen.

Silence - Medium to fast paced. Second half is faster.

Outsider - The most rock influenced of all the tracks.

Darkness - One of the slower tracks.

Storm - By far the fastest track.

Shards - Starts slowly, has a mid section that gradually builds and then comes the speed.

Control - Generally mid paced, but with quite a few different sections.


It's also on http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_music.cfm?bandID=1401467 if anybody uses that.

Thanks for listening.
Windrider
Der Trauerweider

Posts: 635

Age: 24
From: Germany

  23.07.2016 at 20:32
Not sure if Arcanewind and Vombatus will see this here, but I wanted to tag them for their support few months ago The whole album is now released at Bandcamp!

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