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zhaezzy #1 Posted Jun 16 2019 - 23:36

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Well I have been doing a lot of music recording and occasionally play World of tank so I decided to make a video that features them both.  Canned drums but everything else is me. (Guitar Bass Faux Keyboards) Happy to answer any questions you have.

 



NiteDog #2 Posted Jun 17 2019 - 00:49

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Very nice! What guitars besides the Ibanez? Have you ever written for World of Warcraft? The reason I asked is because I did more than 10 years of recording their music. 

zhaezzy #3 Posted Jun 17 2019 - 01:25

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I used a ESP LTD Viper and a telecaster thinline with 54 ressue pickups. I got rid of one of my ibanezs to get the tele. The Viper is an odd beast looks like a SG feels like an explorer due to the thick offset body. My remaining Ibanez is more for shred and metal so not really the right tool for this. Never did any game soundtracks but would love to I have a bit of a crude setup here.  I use a SD based stand alone multitrack Just don't like the idea of using a computer to record.

 

Would be fun to do some recording with someone.





 



NiteDog #4 Posted Jun 17 2019 - 02:02

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View Postzhaezzy, on Jun 16 2019 - 16:25, said:

I used a ESP LTD Viper and a telecaster thinline with 54 ressue pickups. I got rid of one of my ibanezs to get the tele. The Viper is an odd beast looks like a SG feels like an explorer due to the thick offset body. My remaining Ibanez is more for shred and metal so not really the right tool for this. Never did any game soundtracks but would love to I have a bit of a crude setup here.  I use a SD based stand alone multitrack Just don't like the idea of using a computer to record.

 

Would be fun to do some recording with someone.





 

There's nothing next to live performances that makes your heart race, but the recordings are second to it. I have a Schecter C1 Sustainiac, but I am a wanna be guitarist, I played many years violin professionally. Thanks for sharing. I really like what I hear from you.  



heavymetal1967 #5 Posted Jun 17 2019 - 02:11

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Nice work OP and thanks for sharing.





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