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    Quote Originally Posted by hrgiger View Post
    Cageman, I just downloaded your .avi from the first page. You ever watch 24? You remind me of Aaron Pierce, the secret service agent.
    I've seen it, but I never thought I reminded about Aaron...
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    Hi again gang...

    Here is an update of the progressive metal. I added some synthezisers now. I've still not mixed the drums though...

    Cheers!
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    Time for an update, and again, I want ALL of you LW-users who create music in your sparetime, or at work, to share your work and also, if you can, work in progress.

    http://hangar18.gotdns.org/~cageman/mjuk_musik/

    Make sure you read the txt-file at the link provided above before you listen, ok?

    Cheers, and, I am looking forward to hear more cool stuff from YOU guys!

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    Another amateur. I started trying to make some workout music for my wife to do interval training (tempo changes every 60 seconds & she was tired of staring at a stop watch).
    I've been playing with dance & electronic stuff.
    http://soundcloud.com/warrenwc
    Lots of talented people here.
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    Couple guitar covers of some Rush tunes for fun.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7kvD...1B7A50CF6BC9C5
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    Quote Originally Posted by warrenwc View Post
    Another amateur. I started trying to make some workout music for my wife to do interval training (tempo changes every 60 seconds & she was tired of staring at a stop watch).
    I've been playing with dance & electronic stuff.
    http://soundcloud.com/warrenwc
    Lots of talented people here.
    Haha... darn.. that is quite some unique music you are creating! Very creative! Cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter View Post
    Couple guitar covers of some Rush tunes for fun.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7kvD...1B7A50CF6BC9C5
    Cool!!! They have some very interresting things going on in their music. Technically challenging as well. Good job there!

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    Long time since someone posted in this thread. How are you fellow LW-musicians doing?

    I've made a bunch of tracks since I last posted here, but I would like to to share with you one of those. Mixing hasn't been done yet, but otherwise I view it as a finished song that I'm rather proud of!

    Instrumental progressive Rock/Metal... or whatever... groovy 3/4 over 4/4.

    Linky!
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    a little too thrash metal for my taste, lead needs to be more upfront clearer and with distinctive well thought out riffs that hook you (almost sounds like a backing track), having said that I'm still firmly in two finger keyboard mode in Garageband on my iPad, yes I have a really old Fender copy I can fool around on but the pickups are crap and the fretboard so worn I'd need to replace it before could do anything halfway decent with it, still good effort keep rocking

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    Reviving this thread from the dead!

    So, how are things progressing for you guys?

    I've upgraded to a seven string Ibanez and having a lot of fun with it.... I need to get a 5 string base in order to match the tuning, so, this one, I am, again, faking the base with my guitarr. :/

    Fun as in.... Be warned; extremely heavy music (not fast though, but rhytmical and very experimental). The "fun" in this is... "how do you explain a rhythmical metal riff to someone"? What you see is the interface connecting my Roland drumkit to the actual sounds you hear!

    Read the descripion on Youtube for more information about the title of this track.

    Ps. I am still strugling at making this guitar to behave, as you can read from my description on Youtube. Ds.

    Have fun, and happy LightWaving!!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P0SdmqtsmE
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    Nice work Cageman, I enjoyed the overall heaviness of the track, and especially the chunky guitar tones! Sounds like you are enjoying the 7-string!

    I think this is my first post here under this user name...I used to post here a really really long time ago under a different user name, but I believe that was before the forum switch. Been with Lightwave since the release of 7. It's actually mostly a hobby now, as I pursued a career in music instead, which is why this thread caught my eye...I'm currently a music composition grad student...here is some of my work:

    Fields of Jade, piece for 2 electric guitars, percussion, and electronics

    Depth Scale, piece for chamber ensemble and electronics

    Thanks for reading and/or listening! I hope to post some of my 3D work sometime soon too!
    Last edited by Kestral; 01-23-2015 at 10:51 PM. Reason: Edited because I posted links that didn't work...now they do.

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    Very cool stuff Kestral! Listened to both tracks and love them. Very creative music you cereate!!
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