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  1. Oh, Cubase eh? That's cool. I tried that long ago and it was great. I know a lot of friends who swear by Cubase so I'm sure it's developed a great amount since I originally messed with it. I think it's safe to say that every forum has it's select few ...special people who like to be nasty to others. It seems to be a prerequisite over at the Sneap forums though. Ha! I'm older too, I guess. 29 isn't young, right? I know this is metal forum so please try to keep an open mind - When it comes to music, I'm into a lot of different things. Right now, I'm into Cyndi Lauper and Blondie a lot. I think they're perfect and can do no wrong. I also like classic country music. That stuff is gold. Metal? Well, I tend to gravitate toward black metal more than any of the other sub genres. I like a lot of the older stuff. Burzum, Kristallnacht, etc. Dissection is a heavy favorite as well. What about you? As far as technical goes, I like it. Complex riffs or time signature stuff? Or both? Haha.
  2. Good to hear from both of you. I've been having bulletproof coffee for breakfast recently and I will say, I can feel a difference. It's good stuff! And about the DAWs - I've never tried Sonar. Using Reaper a lot over the years I've become really used to it's workflow. There is so much I don't know about it though. If you want some good learning material, watch anything Kenny Gioa (sp) does on Youtube. He covers a lot of the features that could help you speed things up and simplify the process. I will say, it's nice that you have this metal forum with nice people on it. Ever been over to the Andy Sneap forums? That's a tough crowd there.
  3. Pleas excuse my absence. For some reason notifications were going to my Junk folder and I didn't see anything. All this time I thought I wasn't getting any responses. I live in Houston, TX. I toured the US when I was younger and had a great time. That was back when I didn't have to pay bills! Nowadays, I enjoy doing session work in my home studio. I've always loved the production side of things so it suits me well. I have my email notifications set right this time. Please reach out if you STILL need drums! WAAAAY off subject, but Give Me All Your Coffee - Have you had bulletproof coffee? Just tried it this week.
  4. Hi everyone, I was wondering if there were any guitarists on this forum who recorded their own black metal and needed live drums tracked? I'm not looking to make any money, I just want to have some fun. I just moved in to my new house and got my studio set up so I wanted to see if I could get going on some music. I'm very open to whatever you have. This is my first post so I'm sorry if this is in the wrong spot.