Periphery Megathread: Everything Periphery

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  1. Isan

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    Yea the lyrics are done... :D

    Wrote them in a day :p
     
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    Prydogga Giddyup.

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    Then tell em to record the thing!
     
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    yeah, i mean i ran my mixes in realtime, that was fine, but playing on a keyboard or kit would mean some serious latency with all the processing i have on it in the mix.
    though i still program with the mouse, i dunno i just prefer it for whatever crazy reason haha
     
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    Well obviously it works :p .... though halpern sounds beast on that electric kit.


    Btw misha or jake .... where is the footage from Houston ?!?!? ( I need to see alex rocking my agile )
     
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    Heh, I still do all my drum programming in Guitar Pro :|
     
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    @bulb

    Is there any possibility of a re-record, re-release sometime in the near future with all new scream parts? Meshuggah originally recorded Nothing with 7 strings drop tuned and were never totally content with the results so they went back and retracked the guitars after they got their 8's. If Meshuggah can do it, Periphery can at least attempt (I'm not going to say Periphery CAN do it because Meshuggah are literally gods).

    Please consider. Spencer seems willing since he retracked The Walk. This could be a quick job that would only help you guys.
     
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    ^Or they could continue working on new material. I dont see the point of redoing a bands first record. Especially one that is that good already. :shrug:
     
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    I agree that it's good. It's my favorite thing to listen to these days. But look how many people bitch about the screaming and how it's "not as brutal as Chris" etc. Not just here, but on Youtube, every other forum I've ever seen, and any sort of blog post someone has to comment on it. I think they should just do it to shut everyone up and win over some more fans.
     
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    In all honesty, I'm sure Misha and teh guys could do it quite easily, but i still fail to see the point. They make music for fun (and money ;) ) and last time I heard, Misha doesn't afraid of bitching forums or anything.
     
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    Damn you're playing all the drum parts with your fingers? I wish I had the coordination to do something like that
     
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    JakePeriphery who callin my phone?

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    That's not going to happen, at least any time soon. We don't need to "win" anyone over, we're extremely proud of our first record and we don't really see any need to re-record the whole thing because of a couple of whiners who don't think Spencer is "kvlt" enough. The amount of stuff Spencer had to learn and adapt to when he joined this band is so extraordinary that I don't think anyone fully appreciates what he did and continues to do - also aside from some a couple songs Spencer wrote completely on his own - he had to learn and rewrite vocal melodies and arrangements that were already in place which were written by Tom, Misha, and Casey. Besides some lyrics Chris did very minimal work on that stuff.

    Spencer re-recorded The Walk to show the band some stuff he was working on, that's it.

    edit: This isn't really directed at you btw, just my thoughts on how many people try to bring these internet comments to my attention.
     
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    Congrats to Misha for being Toontracks Artist of the month!

    check it out at

    toontrack.com
     
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    On Nov. 26th, will definitely make this show to check them out in person :hbang:
     
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    Triple7 The Decepticon

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    They put on such a good live show dude.
     
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    "...It's a fact. It's the greatest city in the history of mankind. Discovered by the Germans in 1904. They named it San Diago which of course in German means..."
     
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    http://www.toontrack.com/artist_of_the_month.asp


    Bulb's interview with toontrack about his work, relationships with toontrack and fractal audio, etc.

    Damn! He sold his tube amps to use the AxeFx for live use!, that has something to say.
    ...ahh! I need to get one!

    His idea on the drum hardware to work with the SD 2.0 would be pretty sick.
     
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    Daaaamn, congrats Misha!! You sure are coming up in the world :yesway: Just make sure when you're uber famous you don't forget about us fellow SS.org duders. :D


    Rev.
     
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    I'm sure it will be sweet.

    We open our local shows with that quote :lol:
     
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    Just a little thing that I've been wondering: Everything is always Misha and Jake writing and such...where does Alex fall into with all of that?
     

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