Sounds promising, keep at it! Personally though, I am so so so tired of that "two step" drum'n bass beat.
Regardless of my tiredness level, it's funny how I always end up with that beat whenever I sit around jamming..
Starts quietly, unassumingly. Then you realize you're being hunted, but by then it's too late as the guitars roar to life and rip straight into you. This whole mix just growls the entire run time but with great attention to detail and a great metal soundscape.
9/10, would get punched in the face by satisfying guitar riffs again.
Wow, nice number of entries here! I took one listen to the source and thought "nope, there's nothing I could do to make this better," so I'm excited to hear what you creative people managed to put together for this one!
Thanks for the tip, I'll check It out. As it is, I'm using the iPad ear buds or my $20 speaker/monitor (or no monitor at all). Sometimes I like to record electric guitar without monitor then listen afterword and run the track through different GB amps.
As for the truck as a sound lab, I'm in the very early stages of mixing. I've put together a few mixes of non VGM that I'm proud of, but I've spent my entire life as a solo guitarist so I'm trying to address very basic stuff like who gets more reverb, who gets low tone, etc. I've also had to learn drums which I NEVER CONSIDERED.
There are a few OCremix tracks that I'm copying because I like the way they sound in my truck and it provides a baseline reference for my clone that I also check in the truck.