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PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2021 9:32 pm 

I am a composer not a musician. I've written an entire album of material, but I lack the skills to record it well. Therefore, I am seeking a very skilled guitarist to record all the guitar parts of my album. The drums and bass parts will be provided by the KVLT drums plugin and the Ample Bass plugin. As for the vocals, I will seek someone out for that once I have gotten someone to record their guitar for my project.

I really like what I have written and believe in it strongly; therefore, I've reached the point where I would pay someone to record the guitar parts for me. I'm not going to put any price ranges here in this post though as I would prefer to negotiate that by PM.

My ultimate plan is to take all the guitar parts a guitarist records for me along with the parts created by plug-ins and take them all to a professional recording studio to be mixed and mastered. Then I plan on uploading the album to BandCamp, YouTube ... etc.

I'm not going to lie, my stuff is really technical, but if you are able to play Dissection proficiently with ease then my music shouldn't be too hard to play at all. All my songs are tabbed out in Guitar Pro. So all those files can be provided to you to help you learn my material, if needed

Here's the link to my album (all the songs are MIDI tracks of my songs extracted from the Guitar Pro files):


I did manage with much difficulty to record one of my songs. The song I managed to record can give you a good idea of how my material sounds with real instruments:


If you are interested in playing the guitar parts for my album for money (or for free, I'm open to that too of course) then send me a PM and we can discuss things further!

With all that being said, the album I have written is kind of like a more technical sounding version of INRI album era of Sarcofago, the Ugra-Karma album era of Impaled Nazarene and the Walpurgisnacht album era of Varathron. These three albums are then mixed with the complex songwriting of Effigy of the Forgotten era Suffocation (I was only inspired by their complex songwriting not their riffing style). I also was greatly influenced by the following albums:

Incubus (Serpent Temptation)
Enthroned (Prophesies of Pagan Fire and Towards the Skullthrone of Satan)
Agressor (Neverending Destiny)
Morbid Angel (Altars of Madness)
Deicide (Deicide)
Dissection (Storm of the Light's Bane)
Malevolent Creation (the Ten Commandments)
Sacramentum (Far Away from the Sun)
Dark Funeral (The Secrets of the Black Arts)
Bornholm (Inexorable Defiance)
Venom (Welcome to Hell, Black Metal, and Manitou)
Sodom (Persecution Mania)
Kreator (Endless Pain)
Razor (Evil Invaders)
Metallica (Kill Em All)
Bolt Thrower (In Battle there is No Law! and Realm of Chaos)
Massacre (From Beyond, Rick Rozz lead guitar whammy bar solo work only)
Rudra (Kurukshetra and Brahmavidya: Transcendental I)
Tengger Cavalry (Cavalry in Thousands and Mountain Side)
Shangren (Warriors of Devastation)
Sleep (Jerusalem)
Blue Cheer (Vincebus Eruptum)
The Stooges (The Stooges)
Alexander Brandon (Unreal soundtrack)

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