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7 hours ago, Phil Balliet said:

Any of you here using Bandlab to share your music or collaboration? I've been using it a whole lot, making good friends and music on there, it's been really cool.

We've only posted a few songs there but since we're a collaboration already we don't have much need for that aspect of Bandlab.

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I followed every one! \m/ 

Thanks leadfoot. I have rock stuff to. “Seeing Clearer” is on there. Probably my most mellow recent song. 

Phil, surface of solar winds was a good jam man! 

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4 minutes ago, steve trusty said:

I followed every one! \m/ 

Thanks leadfoot. I have rock stuff to. “Seeing Clearer” is on there. Probably my most mellow recent song. 

Phil, surface of solar winds was a good jam man! 

Ah that was a fun track. Thank you.

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I do have a couple of things up on Bandlab (link in sig below), mostly to get a feel for how to use the site. Funnily enough, one is a classic rock song where I'm playing bass, rather than the kind of things I'm known for most (guitar and vocals on heavier music) but that's where Bandlab is pretty fun - you get to expand your palette a bit.

It's a bit of a shame my schedule is so ridiculous these days because collaboration is a lot of fun when I have free time. I think there's talk of thowing up stems from our next album for a song or two and getting people to do a remix or guest parts, which should be cool. Who knows, it could be so good I put myself out of a job! 🤣

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On 12/24/2018 at 2:54 AM, Lord Tim said:

I think that's like some kind of a law from your part of the world, that you have to serve your time in a black or death metal band, kind of like national service! 😛

LOL :) It's funny because it's true... But there are much more black metal bands in Norway than in Finland which is "general" metal country: Apocalyptica, Amorphis, Children of Bodom, Nightwish, Impaled Nazarene, Stratovarius, Stam1na, Korpiklaani...

 

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Haha! And man, they can all drink. We toured with Nightwish a couple of times and when an Australian can go "yeah, you guys win" you know they're serious! 😂

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I'll join the metal choir 🤘

I shout some with Bapu and Jyemz in BJZ, and make other kinds of noises for my project Zargg when alone. (That didn't come out right, roight? 🤪)

All the best.

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On 12/24/2018 at 7:13 AM, Phil Balliet said:

If you guys want to exchange follows over on Bandlab here's my profile as well.

https://www.bandlab.com/benevolentmutation

That was unexpected!! Great work!! Looked at the video and listened to it several more times!!

 

IF you haven't followed his link and watched the video, just go do it!!

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Yes, my favorite genre! I'm more into Prog metal, but I like different types. Bands I like and am influenced by are Anubis Gate, Spheric Universe Experience, Symphony X, Metallica, Threshold, Opeth, Enslaved to name several. I play guitar and keyboards, though I'm somewhat of a beginner at both.

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Mostly modern rock, prog rock, and metal. Every now and then some pop and pop/rock, but, old school (like, with drums and instruments, not pure synths and beats)

I feel we're so relegated by mainstream nowadays... How cool was to turn on the radio and have Stone Temple Pilots, or Metallica, airing with...I don't know, Seal, or Natalie Imbruglia, or Jamiroquai...(just to name a few from the broad spectre of genres airing) jeez... I feel old

 

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Not so much Metal... but definitely a Rock guy.

Used to be more into Prog Rock when I was younger.

Now, I prefer simpler... well-crafted songs.

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