This week we’ve added 2 brand new HD in the mix! You Might Have Heard Of Before, but We’re New To This! We’re a four piece band with a total of 10 years experience playing heavy metal. We make all our own music and songs are written, recorded and mixed ourselves. Our songs are often very personal and hard to write about, so it’s not always easy to get them on tape. However, when we do have time, we do dedicate an amount of time to making sure each song has the perfect balance of melody, lyrics, instruments and production. These are all part of our HD IN (Instrumentation In A Instrumental Song). Let’s find out why you might have heard of Before before now!
What Is HD IN?
When recording new music, we don’t always start with a ton of data. Rather, we work our way through all the data we have, plus some we don’t have, to create a song musicalnepal. In order to create a track with the right amounts of sound and excellent balance between the bass, drums and guitar, we call on our longtime friend, the guitar. Most of us have probably seen the monolith, the Fender Stratocaster, hanging on our walls. The Stratocaster is our go to massive, vintage sounding guitar. And while it’s not the most accurate instrument you might ever use, it’s pretty darn effective. In fact, it’s pretty darn effective when it comes to creating a mood, adding character and having that extra kick in the bargain.
Why Does HD In Matter?
First things first, we need to establish exactly why we’re bringing you our first HD in the new year. The short version is that we love music. We love playing music. And we love recording and performing music. So, it’s really no secret that we have a passion for delivering high quality music to our listeners. We definitely have a passion for delivering great service to our customers flowerstips. And, these past couple of years have seen the growth of our podcast label, Side One Daughters. We love being a part of this growing family.
How Good Are Your Songs At Writing & Muscing Up A New Track?
The short answer is that we’re pretty darn good. While our cover versions of classic hits are often pretty dainty, our covers of new songs are often quite screamin’. So, how do you know for certain if we’re up to the task? Well, we’re always looking for new material. So, if you’re a musician and you’ve got a wave of ideas about how we could sound better, please send us a message and we’ll see what we can do.
Think Of This As Your Opening Track
Having our new track ready to go, we get down to business. We begin by manually creating a wave of intro and outro music to help us get our song structure down. We typically work on this track a few times to get a feel for its sound and feel. Once we have a few ideas, we begin to record our song. We often record each track individually, but when we have time, we collaborate to create a bigger song. After recording the song, we mix the master and then we re-master the tracks to suit the different uses our listeners might have. So, you might hear us on a podcast, you might hear us on a live performance, or you might just want to hear our version of the song on repeat.
Never Forget The Importance Of Quality Service And PQ (Production Quality)
We’re all about quality service. Whether it be receiving a phone call, making a delivery, or helping a friend with a problem, we want to make sure we’re delivering the highest quality service possible. When we receive a call or a complaint, we want to take the time to get it right. We want to make sure the person we’re helping is satisfied with the result. In our experience, most companies will give a customer less than optimal service. We want to make sure we’re serving you well by delivering the best possible experience possible.
So, you’ve probably heard about Before and After before, but what’s this all about? Before Before was a radio station. After Before Before became a pop music radio station. After that, Before went out of business, and After After went on air. If you’re wondering what happened, the short version is that After After never really got anywhere. They were always brash, opinionated and just generally hard to control. Even though they were a newscaster’s show, they were pretty much an oddity on the radio dial. After a while, listeners began to notice a change in the head information we were throwing at them. They began to notice that we were doing things a little more subtly. They began to notice a shift in our sound. They began to notice that we were talking a lot less about themselves. They began to notice that we were talking a lot, a lot, and a lot about service. We’re not here to tell you what to think. We’re here to help you think differently. So, what’s the verdict? Well, we think you’ll like Before, After and New. These are the kinds of tracks you want to hear on your radio. They’re not going to be so bright, but they’re definitely not the colors of day. So, if you’re ready to try something new and different, we think you’ll like This!