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The girl's dangerous

jerry kramskoy on January 18, 2013 21:45

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    OV wanted me to put guitars on ATIA by Optimum Vulnerability. Here's the result. Big thanks to OV. His music is very inspirational.

    This is an experiment in mixing metal guitar with dance, and OV and I need your feedback!!!

    I've made it quite manic, tearing out some strange noises from the guitar for sound effects. Used a PRS this time, as my Fender Strat needs guitar hospital. I'd forgotten what a wicked sound the PRS has.

    If you could either message me or Optimum Vulnerability), or preferably say in your track comments which bit you (dis)like about the guitar, we would be very grateful (trying to work out what's considered to complement the dance style, and what is a waste of time, or worse, detrimental)

    So, If you (dis)like aspects of the guitar on this track, what are these? Is it the rythmic stuff (riffs, chugging), the sound FX, the melodies, the very short solo lines, or the full-on guitar solo, the metal sound?

    In particular, is a guitar solo a good or bad idea to go with this style?

    Synths, drums: Optimum Vulnerability
    Guitars (rhythm, lead, squeals, scrapes): Jerry Kramskoy


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