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What's up, guys! So, I'm looking for a metal singer (doesn't matter gender) to be a part of a project that I'm working on. I'm a composer, I have 7+ songs made and I wanted someone to be the voice of my music. 
Also if you know how to write good lyrics because I suck at writing. I'm hoping on making a online project to post on youtube, a music channel. 
I want to make as an online project because I can't find anyone who have the same goals where I live, so I'm looking on the internet for some people to do this. 
I'll link here two of my original songs that I recorded 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-JA5yF3Kko

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GXX9uwPPlc

 

 

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On 12/10/2019 at 7:32 PM, Rafusc said:

What's up, guys! So, I'm looking for a metal singer (doesn't matter gender) to be a part of a project that I'm working on. I'm a composer, I have 7+ songs made and I wanted someone to be the voice of my music. 
Also if you know how to write good lyrics because I suck at writing. I'm hoping on making a online project to post on youtube, a music channel. 
I want to make as an online project because I can't find anyone who have the same goals where I live, so I'm looking on the internet for some people to do this. 
I'll link here two of my original songs that I recorded 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-JA5yF3Kko

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GXX9uwPPlc

 

 

Hi! Do you found your vocalist? Where you based? Thank you

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On 12/10/2019 at 4:32 PM, Rafusc said:

I want to make as an online project because I can't find anyone who have the same goals where I live

 

 

I feel you bro. I would consider going down the session vocalist road. Not cheap though.

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Get a bassist (or a bass!). I really enjoyed your songs, the only thing that put me off is that the midi bass jumps to your ear, in a really really bad way. I would offer recording some bass if i had time, but not going to happen at the moment. I hope you find a vocalist and a solution for the bass, keep on rocking! Subscribed, because i am curious to see what you come up with in the future. :) 

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10 hours ago, ChainsawAkimbo said:

Get a bassist (or a bass!). I really enjoyed your songs, the only thing that put me off is that the midi bass jumps to your ear, in a really really bad way. I would offer recording some bass if i had time, but not going to happen at the moment. I hope you find a vocalist and a solution for the bass, keep on rocking! Subscribed, because i am curious to see what you come up with in the future. :) 

Thanks man! I appreciate!

I don't have a bass or a bassist and I can't find one, but I'm using a new plugin and the bass is sounding a bit more organic. Those two I used from the RSE on guitar pro 7, that's why it sounds meeh

In the near future If you want to do some collab just shout me out!

11 hours ago, BlindOwl said:

I feel you bro. I would consider going down the session vocalist road. Not cheap though.

Yeah, for now I don't have that kind of money and I need to upgrade my pc first (I'm recording in a low spec pc for now)

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I like those songs.  They sound Nightwishy.

A lot of people think I can sing, but my experience is mostly singing karaoke to people who are probably not the best judges of vocal ability.  I used to write a lot of poetry when younger, but nevertheless I find it hard to write lyrics.

Maybe I will listen again some time, and then try to write something for you.

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Hello contact me for more information 

[email protected] 

On 12/10/2019 at 8:32 PM, Rafusc said:

What's up, guys! So, I'm looking for a metal singer (doesn't matter gender) to be a part of a project that I'm working on. I'm a composer, I have 7+ songs made and I wanted someone to be the voice of my music. 
Also if you know how to write good lyrics because I suck at writing. I'm hoping on making a online project to post on youtube, a music channel. 
I want to make as an online project because I can't find anyone who have the same goals where I live, so I'm looking on the internet for some people to do this. 
I'll link here two of my original songs that I recorded 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-JA5yF3Kko

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GXX9uwPPlc

 

[email protected] contact me

 

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