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    Powerpop, Pop/punk, Death Metal

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    Ok I put up a rough recording earlier and this is the "final" product. It's definately lo-fi, but I think it's awesome for a home recording. We just did it to have a recording. We're not sending it to labels or anyone... just our friends.

    http://www.chopper-dave.com/chopperdave--woop.mp3 (poppy song)
    http://www.chopper-dave.com/chopperdave--upstop.mp3 (hardest song)
    http://www.chopper-dave.com/chopperdave--emoschmemo.mp3 (our "single")
    http://www.chopper-dave.com/chopperdave--konami.mp3 (crappiest vocals, seriously!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles2k5
    Ok I put up a rough recording earlier and this is the "final" product. It's definately lo-fi, but I think it's awesome for a home recording. We just did it to have a recording. We're not sending it to labels or anyone... just our friends.

    http://www.chopper-dave.com/chopperdave--woop.mp3 (poppy song)
    http://www.chopper-dave.com/chopperdave--upstop.mp3 (hardest song)
    http://www.chopper-dave.com/chopperdave--emoschmemo (our "single")
    http://www.chopper-dave.com/chopperdave--konami (crappiest vocals, seriously!)


    overall feedback

    weak drums
    i cant hear the bass
    cymbals too thin

    nice vocals and performance though

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    Thanks for the feedback. I need to test these on different setups. I'm mixing through crappy speakers and they sound okay at first. Then after I bounce them with the limiter, it makes everything sound off.

    Guess this isn't a popular genre here.

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    I think it sounds great. I can't give any tech advice on the recording 'cos I don't have the knowledge, all I can say is I like the music. Stick at it.

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    The above links are dead.
    http://www.chopper-dave.com/
    for the final versions.

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