posted January 18th at 1:30am
Mediocre and sloppy guitar cover of "Meaning of Life" by the Offspring.
Watch it in the box below!
or on youtube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY-NzEqVnvc
about Lost Cause Demos
Just started recording again!
Will be doing a lot of covers, a lot.
And some of my own material as I get more time between work, life, and school. Also, I'll eventually pull a band out of my ass, somehow.
My sound is heavily influenced by punk and metal, with a touch of southern. To put it briefly: a heavy crisp distortion with lots of harmonies and melodies, flurries of octave chords will often lace a second guitar track that's backing up the rhythm with various palm-muted galloping 3rd bar chords, and usually snazzy leads to fill in the mix.
All recordings as of now will not be of the best quality. I'm doing the best I can with free editing software (Audacity) and a male to male mp3 cord from my laptop to my amp, using the direct input instead of an actual microphone. For a semi-decent recording, I have to turn the amp's channel volume way down (losing a lot of the crisp in distortion, and a lot of gain) for it sound even a little audible. Even then I have to go back and re-record and edit the song by compressing, amplifying, filtering out the clips and static, etc.
My current rig is a beat up, old 7 string Ibanez AX220 guitar I got from a used music store when I was 16.
I'm using it with a Line 6 Spider III head with a 4x12 speaker cab. Until I can afford better.
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