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    Baytown, TX
  • Interests
    Music, video games, firearms, bladed weapons, doggies.


  • Biography
    Guitarist and keyboardist. Suck at both : D Also, trying to learn all this nifty digital music stuffs.
  • Real Name
    Shawn George
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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    FL Studio
    Studio One
  • Software - Preferred Plugins/Libraries
    BIAS FX, Waves, EZ Drummer 2, Some freebies, certain Image Line VST's
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
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  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Acoustic Guitar
    Electric Guitar: Lead
    Electric Guitar: Rhythm

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  1. I felt compelled to sign in and comment - something I rarely do - that this is probably one of the greatest arrangements of anything I've ever heard. This remix is amazing. I only wish more people could hear it.
  2. Wow, this has to be the most awkward way of getting a reply by an admin (the freaking head honcho none-the-less) that I have ever seen... The video didn't credit you or this website either. Not that I remember at least. I am not a member to that website (or any such website for that matter), so I can't tell you if there is mention about the copyrights for the music elsewhere, but I wouldn't count on it. Seems like some low budget erotica website trying to take free music and use it as if it were under public domain. Might be something you would like to contact them about. I am not about to provide a link, but you should be able to google the website if you are going to take action against them.
  3. Hate to be that guy, but this track was used as the soundtrack for a video by the erotic website Cosplay Deviants. This being one of my favorite tracks from OC Remix, I felt I had to share.
  4. Heh. Eve was my old stomping grounds. Have 3 characters, one near 60 mil SP I think. Kinda don't think I will be going back, but I have said that at least 5 times. I am starting to wonder if I should just get it over with and sell my toons, but I would probably regret it and start a new one. Some of the missions are fun and mining isn't but makes doing homework go by quicker. I was never good at playing the market. PvP on the other hand... I was in a power block up in the drone regions back when MC had just split from BoB. GS and RA decided to off us and we somehow let them take it. We had a great jump bridge network too... oh well, being a pirate was more fun. I have one toon who can't enter anything above a .4... Sadly, I forget that sometimes : P
  5. Shawn from Texas says, "This is easier than the last scratch-off game I tried, but still not the easiest contest that I have entered."
  6. Oh, this is great. Glad to see you get posted. Gives me hope that the Chemical Plant Zone remix from the WIP section will make it too. Keep up the great work.
  7. Reverb is an effect in the domain of time. It is essentially adding an artificial echo to make the instrument sound "bigger." Most often, you can hear it on solo instruments to make them sound more full and fleshed out. Other than that, in the real world setting, every type of instrument has some kind of natural reverb. On most instruments, they even have overtones, which are nothing more than sympathetic frequencies chiming at the same time as the main note. The type and amount of reverb is based on a number of factors, but above all the size and shape of the room. That is why you hear the term "better acoustics." Picking the right reverb is more of a matter of personal taste. However, some quick thoughts would be how organic you want an instrument to sound. For instance, an orchestrated piece would call for large reverbs as most concert halls have extreme ambiances. A drum kit, would require a smaller reverb with more thought put into each piece of the kit (IE more verb on the snare and crash with less on the high hat and bass drum). For your instruments, I would start small and then work my way up. Don't go overboard since you are going for a more organic sound, but do make sure each instrument is given a special touch by yourself. Of course, that is just my approach. I am sure someone on here can give you much better advice. But as far as the arrangement goes, it sounds good. You could really use something to fill in some of the gaps though, as part of the arrangement sound a little thin. The ending would also be better if you could pull a few more bars out after the build up. It seems like too strong of a section to relegate it to such an abrupt ending. Just my two cents though. Keep up the good work.
  8. I have been following OCRemix since VotLS and must say that I enjoyed this WIP so much that I actually signed up just to comment and tell you. I really love the progression you're making between versions. Great source tune and great rendition. My only criticism would involve the beginning (liked the old way better), more bass and/or reverb in the breakdown on the rhythmic parts and the ending. It is too... meh. A fade out might work well in this song, or a subtractive sequence where individual patterns get taken out as you end. Just my thoughts though. Keep up the good work. I will be very ticked if this doesn't eventually get posted. Edit: It may be worth mentioning that I am a fan or prog music and am no stranger to compositions lasting over 10 minutes, so take that with a grain of salt as your mix is already nearly 4 minutes long. Some people would already say that that is plenty long for a song.
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