Post rock do you like some?

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  1. TimothyLeary

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    CynicEidolon And still he waits..

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    Your cleans are clipping.

    Roll your highs back on whatever you would be calling the rhythm clean.

    Your "heavy" guitars lack tooo much mids. And everything is over compressed.

    Other than that, kewl track! Very sludgy. :D
     
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    I really like the clean parts. Cool stuff man :yesway:
     
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    Post rock FTMFW! Yet this is some kind of post-metal :scratch:.

    Awesome tune, but I've got the same opinion as everyone above as far as the rhythm distorted parts are concerned.

    The clean tone sounds awesome, though. Way to go! :metal:
     
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    It's strange because in my monitors don't clip... but thanks man! I will try mix things better for next time.. always learning, and always good to hear recommendations.
     
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    leandroab Stay Negativeā„¢

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    Nice!

    It made me think of Tool right away, mostly because of the clean part
     
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    I really like it man
     
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    If you added a load of delay and reverb to the clean guitars at the beginning it would add to the atmospheric idea of post-rock. Other than that it's sweet, pretty Cult of Luna-esque
     
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    Yes, you're right. But i wanted the clean parts sound very clear and pure, even if it sound a little harsh.

    Many thanks guys, for listening and give your opinion! means a lot to me!
     

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