NEW SONG of NEW ALBUM! ( best produced YET, in my opinion)

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by bassAddict05, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. bassAddict05

    bassAddict05 Guest

    Jan 1, 2005
    Woooo, so last night I was making this song till about 4 am. and bam it came out nice I think. My best produced song yet in my opinion.Now I messed with the drums so its not he same over and over,theres change! woo! haha. This is for the new album , so this is the first track , its called " a reccuring lesson (that everyone timed hourly)

    check it out , and let me know what you all think


    -citizen polak
  2. Modo74


    Aug 7, 2007
    Auckland, NZ
    Improving with every new track.

    Good work mate.
  3. bro)))616

    bro)))616 Guest

    Jul 18, 2007
    top notch as always.. my ipod cant get enough haha
  4. bassAddict05

    bassAddict05 Guest

    Jan 1, 2005
    thanks to the both of you
  5. Matt Till

    Matt Till

    Jun 1, 2002
    Edinboro, PA
    Well composed songs. My initial reaction was that it need vocals... but then I listened more, I think the music is active enough to maintain interest as a instrumental band. It would be really cool if you could turn this into a live thing because thinking about it more, the thing that would truly make this an instrumental band worth seeing live: REAL drums.

    You did program some good drums, but a live drummer adding his 2 cents would make this a band I'd like to see live. The interaction between the guitar and bass is great.
  6. TheBassBetween

    TheBassBetween Guest

    Jun 25, 2005
    I like it a lot, and I agree with the live band comment. Ever heard of the band Ratatat?
  7. MurvintheWalrus

    MurvintheWalrus Guest

    Sep 21, 2007
    Great Job, those are good loop drums, but definately find a real drummer, there is nothing like jamming with PEOPLE! Great job though.
  8. rockwarnick

    rockwarnick Guest

    Jul 29, 2006
    Rockville, MD
    It's pretty cool but I'm not a fan of "dance rock" drums. Adding a real drummer could take this song to a whole new level. I would change the ending a little too.
  9. Jared Lash

    Jared Lash Born under punches

    Aug 21, 2006
    Denver, CO
    I've been listening to your stuff for a few days now. I really dig it. You have a very interesting sense of counter melody. The different layered guitar and bass parts play off each other very well and give what at times seems to be a static groove a real sense of movement.

    I'd echo the sentiment that this stuff would sound great fleshed out by a full band, with a drummer and likely two guitarists. I'd also wager that minimalist vocals could also add a welcome dimension to your songs. They could fade in and out, like in dub or house songs. Or they could almost perform like another instrument similar to Thom Yorke did on the Kid A album.

    But all of that's not to say the songs aren't really good as they are. Keep up the good work.
  10. Cool stuff. Very interesting and intelligent!

    I agree with the "find a drummer" comment, though - a real person on drums would open up the feel for you!

    Good work!
  11. bassAddict05

    bassAddict05 Guest

    Jan 1, 2005
    What up,

    thanks for all the constructive critisism from everyone. Yea I mean eventually, If i were to do this live, Id get a fulltime drummer and 2 guitarists for sure, thats already planned out. I mean ive jammed iwth many many people, drummers , guitarist, sax, everythign but no one around here is not experimental music lately, once it comes along though, ill be sure to make this stuff and play LIve. Anyways I do know of the band RATATAT. Actaully found out about them couple weeks ago when somebody else mentioned them haha, and I really do dig them. But yea thanks again