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Posted July 24, 2014
Added all of "Autotheism" :D
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Posted July 22, 2014
Oct 1st I'm gonna see "Coheed and Cambria" and the opening band is "Thank You Scientist"
Oct 2nd I'm gonna see "Periphery" and the opening bands are "The Contortionist", "Intervals", "Toothgrinder"
I'm so excited "Coheed and Cambria" and "Periphery" are my two favourite bands plus they're playing on back to back tour dates!!!
Posted July 21, 2014
CHARTERS PLEASE NOTE
If you're planning on helping with charting some songs by The Faceless you must do a few things:
The Faceless Discography Project
Planetary Duality (2008)
Posted July 17, 2014
I'm Daniel and I live in the white north known as Canada. I am 18 years old.
Here is how my journey into music began. As I recall, when I was 5 I started to appreciate music, I think the first bands I actually knew the names of were Blink-182, System of a Down, and Linkin Park (They were introduced to me by my older brother). As I got older I started learning lyrics to my favourite songs and I also learned the difference between a Guitar and a Bass.
I think when I was 9 or 10 I discovered the band "Children of Bodom" I couldn't believe how heavy it was but still melodically beautiful. From then on I slowly got more and more into listening to Metal. It was also Children of Bodom who got me into Keyboard. I took keyboard lessons for 3 years, and once I realized that I'll never be as good as Janne Wirman, I quit my lessons.
Many years later the video game "Rockband" came out, I played that game day and night. I eventually was able to play on expert and get 95%+ on every song in the game for Drums. So then I begged my Parents to buy me a drum set, which I still play everyday.
When I was in Grade 11 I decided to create a band, I'm the Drummer. We are currently recording our first album, and it is taking way longer than I thought.
In January I decided to get Rocksmith 2014, I never played guitar so I was curious about how good of a teacher it is, and I must say that I am impressed. I then found this website and was so amazed how easy it was to get custom song, I decided to make my own customs after that.
I found it to be very relaxing, except for the outro guitar solo, which contrasted the piano very well. Overall it was a very solid song, keep it up!
My brother just bought a record player a couple months ago, and he started collecting some vinyls. We did a side by side comparison of "Lateralus" by tool, comparing it between FLAC and Vinyl, and I can't believe that somehow vinyl just has such a clear sound, you can literally hear everything perfectly. For his birthday I bought him "The Future Sequence II" by Between The Buried And Me, it sounds wonderful!
Posted July 16, 2014
I don't play bass, but I imagine that if I did, it would be really fun to play the Main Theme for "Cowboy Bebop". That bass line is fantastic!
Posted July 12, 2014
Sorry, I just installed the latest version of EoF and it works fine.
I don't know if it's just me having this issue, but there seems to be an issue with arpeggios caused by tech notes. So basically I noticed that if I create an arpeggio technique, then later in the song use a tech note to create a complex bend (not within the arpeggio). When I go back to the arpeggio, the technique is removed but the ghost notes are still there. This isn't a big issue because I can simply replace the technique then save, but I felt it would be best to post here. Is this just happening to me?
Posted June 15, 2014
This is very cool. I am impressed, keep up the hard work. I don't even play violin but it would be nice to support it in rocksmith
Posted May 31, 2014