Aiight, I thought doing it this way might be sompin' different and fun.
Below is the 12kps*.mp3 of a faders-up mix of what I wrote and recorded last night and today as a new The Hungry Drunx tune, a project in which TOMB's SNARL posts drum tracks and I use them as a basis to write and record.
The song is a guitar-driven tune called "Last Leg", and there are nine, 16 bit, 44.1khz *.flac tracks (and the ruff mix *.mp3) inna 78.6meg *.zip file, here:http://www.4shared.com/file/pcRhXvru/vvv_LastLeg16bit_flac.html
I'll be working onna mix and posting it over the next day or so, and I hope all y'all will, also!
[li]Drums are essentially live (from 1 minute *.mp3 files, and the chorus from a different take) so there is no real set tempo - it is approx. 122 BPM.
Verses are Am & Gm; chorus mixes Bmaj (bass) and Bm (guitars).
Elec. guitars (G&L F100E and Hamer American) are through emulators (Zoom GM-200 and Hafler T2-Microcab) as opposed to real amps - try pass-filters.
Bass (Alvarez POS) is DI through a Studio Projects VTB1 which the emulators also run thru, and the ribbon (NOS R2) mic'd tambo (wooden).
All vocals (AT4040 mic) have some compression (Meek VC3Q) and pass-filtering and limiting.
Feel free to re-arrange, edit, exclude or even add tracks! Like say, some keys ... (hint-hint
If you can't open *.flac, lemme know and I might could post *.wav files. (But see here
No $, but it's just possible we will (only after asking and with your explicit permission) use your mix on our next CD/Bandcamp thing.[/li]
Please have fun!