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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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The Shape 1973

Posts: 3457


  26.08.2016 at 22:31
Written by Arcanewind on 26.08.2016 at 21:52

Written by The Shape 1973 on 26.08.2016 at 21:08

Not a big fan of black metal, but this I liked. Much better than the song you posted earlier. Clean vocals made me think of some Blind Guardian, harsh vocals a bit Wintersun. There was a lot going on in the song and I enjoyed it. Great atmosphere with the guitars, multi layering of the clean vocals was great idea, although synchronizing could have been better. I could listen to more of that.


Thank You! All this positive feedback really is making my day

Just listened to The Song The Forest Sings, love that too. Holy shit my tastes are really changing.
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I inhaled a bean.
Arcanewind
Dreadrealm

Posts: 239

Age: 27
From: Estonia

  26.08.2016 at 23:43
Written by The Shape 1973 on 26.08.2016 at 22:31

Just listened to The Song The Forest Sings, love that too. Holy shit my tastes are really changing.


Wait a second... are you seriously suggesting that my atmoblack songs are good enough for you to (at least partially because of them) begin aquiring the taste for the genre itself?

If that's what you're saying, then this must be the greatest compliment I have ever received.
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Dreadrealm's bandcamp with free downloads: https://dreadrealm.bandcamp.com/
The Shape 1973

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  27.08.2016 at 19:08
Written by Arcanewind on 26.08.2016 at 23:43

Written by The Shape 1973 on 26.08.2016 at 22:31

Holy shit my tastes are really changing.

Wait a second... are you seriously suggesting that my atmoblack songs are good enough for you to (at least partially because of them) begin aquiring the taste for the genre itself?

Probably not that far. Always preferred clean vocals, power metal, symphonic metal and the odd bit of melodic death/folk. So no personality changes just yet, I just liked those two songs quite a bit.
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I inhaled a bean.
deadpiece

Posts: 6
From: Greece

  29.08.2016 at 16:01
Hey guys, I listened to all the stuff that you posted and I have to say I was really impressed by some of those. I noticed that some of you dont have enough time to dedicate on recording/mixing/mastering your songs. I would be really happy to collaborate with you to mix/master your songs whenever you dont have enough time or simply you dont know have the appropriate knowledge to do it. You can listen to some of my work here : https://www.soundcloud.com/oceansoundsproductions. Im looking mostly to collaborate than earn money as I really love mixing/mastering
Arcanewind
Dreadrealm

Posts: 239

Age: 27
From: Estonia

  29.08.2016 at 16:49
Written by deadpiece on 29.08.2016 at 16:01

Hey guys, I listened to all the stuff that you posted and I have to say I was really impressed by some of those. I noticed that some of you dont have enough time to dedicate on recording/mixing/mastering your songs. I would be really happy to collaborate with you to mix/master your songs whenever you dont have enough time or simply you dont know have the appropriate knowledge to do it. You can listen to some of my work here : https://www.soundcloud.com/oceansoundsproductions. Im looking mostly to collaborate than earn money as I really love mixing/mastering


Heya! I might actually be interested in having someone improve my mixing in the very near future. Out of curiosity, what programs do you use and do you think you could improve say, my latest song "Cold Blue Ice" by a significant amount? I recorded everything on Guitar Rig 5, Notion and Audacity. I used a USB mic for vocals and for recording acoustic guitar. Is that too amateurish or can you work with that?
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Dreadrealm's bandcamp with free downloads: https://dreadrealm.bandcamp.com/
deadpiece

Posts: 6
From: Greece

  29.08.2016 at 18:12
Hey there dude, I certainly believe I can enhance Cold Blue Ice sonically but its really up to you to decide if indeed this is true. I dont care if the gear is cheap, what I listened to Cold blue Ice seem like well recorded guitars/vocals. I use mostly Cubase as my workstation and as Drum machines I use Addictive Drums 2, Superior Drummer, Steven Slate Drums and I have a few Guitar simulators (Bias, Revalver 4, Guitar Rig 5) but It all comes down to what the artist wants to achieve soundwise. A reference song of a similar genre band you really like would help

PS. I believe something like Dissection's "Storm Of the Light Bane" is close soundwise, but thats my personal view.
ObsidianDisorder

Posts: 1

Age: 35
From: UK

  06.10.2016 at 17:04
Hey Ladies and Gents, this is my progressive instrumental metal project based in Chichester, combining grooves of progressive metal with the dense atmospheres of post-rock, post-metal and electronic music.

This is my debut album, FFO Meshuggah, Tool, Isis, Cloudkicker and Miroist. Available now on bandcamp for free if or you would like to donate you can name your price!

Thanks for taking the time for checking it out!

Tracklist:
Depths
Colossus - Pt1. The Panic
Colossus - Pt2. The Storm
Flesh and Bone
The Stranger
Maelstrom
Reflections
Into the Aether
Waves

Line-up:
Don Philpots (Guitar\Bass\Synths\Programming\Production)


https://theobsidiandisorder.bandcamp.com
https://www.facebook.com/theobsidiandisorder/
The3rdTausk

Posts: 3

Age: 25
From: Canada

  23.10.2016 at 12:09
I'm actually doing 2 things right now, but I'm hoping for a 3rd to come up eventually.

I've got my personal 1-Man-Album in the works:
(Video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhX3T_u8lOo
(SoundCloud) https://soundcloud.com/the3rdtausk/birth-album-sneak-peek
(ReverbNation) https://www.reverbnation.com/the3rdtausk/song/26867451-birth--sneak-peek-

Then I've got a collaborative thing on the go called 'The J3T BL4CK Project' (Which is where I collab my One-Man styled thing with other artists of any kind)

PS: I'm still learning how to compose Metal for the most part, as I come from doing EDM and punk rock, but I Think(?) I'm doing okay so far. Haha.

Thanks to anyone who check my stuff out, ahead of time!
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I've got 4 album in mind, working on 1 at a time. Currently? My Dark Story. Not sure I'd call i tmetal though.. I'm dumb so I wouldn't know.
Arcanewind
Dreadrealm

Posts: 239

Age: 27
From: Estonia

  05.11.2016 at 20:47
Thinking of ditching the rock/metal stuff for awhile and maybe trying to do some ambient/horror music with minimal use of keyboards and/or guitar.

Here's an example of what I am thinking of doing in the future (all sounds made with the human mouth, except for the clink-clink-clink, made with a finger and a coffee cup):

https://arcanewind.bandcamp.com/track/dreadrealm

Let me know, if there's potential in this.
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Dreadrealm's bandcamp with free downloads: https://dreadrealm.bandcamp.com/
Vombatus
Potorro

Posts: 2004
From: Spain

  06.11.2016 at 02:27
^cool stuff! I suppose you recorded the noises (as you say mouth and fingers were used) and then applied a load of effects? What I like about dark ambient is that it doesn't take much to do if you have the right ideas, so it's a load of fun!!


Had a couple of friends that encourage me to continue doing dark ambient/experimental as it could apparently fit in sort of creepy cinematic music stuff. Sort of like this
--> shameless self-whoring


Also related is the quite great label Cryo Chamber, even if the stuff I went through really have a tendency for repetition with the same atmosphere and approach.
Arcanewind
Dreadrealm

Posts: 239

Age: 27
From: Estonia

  06.11.2016 at 11:38
Recorded everything in Audacity and only used pitch and tempo changes, echo and reverb.
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Dreadrealm's bandcamp with free downloads: https://dreadrealm.bandcamp.com/
Arcanewind
Dreadrealm

Posts: 239

Age: 27
From: Estonia

  12.11.2016 at 00:26
The 2nd track from the album I am working on as Dreadrealm, inspired by The Witcher 3:

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Dreadrealm's bandcamp with free downloads: https://dreadrealm.bandcamp.com/
moe5512

Posts: 456

Age: 23
From: Finland

  16.11.2016 at 20:37
Soundtrack Metal maybe?




Anthroskepsis

Posts: 3
From: USA
  21.11.2016 at 01:01
Hello metal world,

I'd like to introduce my band, Anthroskepsis. The music has been described as Melodic Nu-Death or Growler Rap Metal.This is a one person project at the present time, and I'm mainly just working on getting my music heard. I've released 3 albums to iTunes, Amazon.com, Spotify and the like. I'll throw some links down below.

But a little info about the music itself: the instrumentals are mainly influenced by early death metal, some thrash and some folkish touches. I dabble in the melodic realms of metal as well, with some detectable In Flames-esque nodes. The vocals are primarily done in a midrange death scream, with some lows and some highs thrown in, and the pacing of the vocals is based a lot on a fast-paced rap delivery. There are also a couple songs where the vocals are primarily sung, and the backing music a touch softer.

I am hoping to gain some feedback on the music,as I've worked very hard to hone in on the sound and have been putting a lot of effort into the product of my musical endeavor. Honestly, positive or negative feedback is welcomed. I understand I'm not a commercially produced band, so there's going to be room for improvement. I am also interested in collaborating with anyone who feels they would be interested in contributing to the sound or has a similar style to mesh with. Check out the albums below, even just the 30 second clips if you'd like and let me know what you think!

1st release "Ragnarok"-
https://itun.es/us/4QGogb

2nd release "Anthroskepsis (self titled)"-
https://itun.es/us/w1Fpgb

3rd release "The Skeptic"-
https://itun.es/us/MYTogb

Again, hoping to get some feedback on my music and looking forward to checking out any other bands I find on this forum.

-Anthroskepsis
Anthroskepsis

Posts: 3
From: USA
  21.11.2016 at 03:14
This is a good sample of the kind of music I specialize in. Nu-Death. Sort of a mixture of death metal and tech n9ne style rap vocals. Check out this lyric video for R.E.M.

https://youtu.be/hmL6bYQej_A

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