Remastering, EQ-Boosting, bass boosting on some part, Treble Re-enchanced,
Re-EQ part by part, Panning(left/Right) on some part, Edit, Manually Re-Enchanced Frequency Part by part(To Make More Impactful) By SecretNc
Exclusive on Soundcloud, Currently no video available for this song ~
This is my version of the song "I Am The Fire", originally performed by Halestorm. I hope you guys enjoy it!
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Escola de Música Rockway
Gravação e Mixagem: Brenno Barros
Guitarras: Alex Steps
Baixo: Pierre Setrak
Bateria: Brenno Barros
Simonlebon: sounds good, Stand Up Jacks Back (Instrumental) is my favourite.
Jori Hulkkonen: holy mother, this is dope
MANDY: thank you for good muisc!
JC Pinto: Top stuff. Stand up Jacks Back instrumental is nice!!
Joachim Dyrdahl: stand up jacks back is a killer!
Matias Zeque stand up jacks back its cool
Darren Rock: Stand Up instrum
Claudio Coccoluto: Great Sound! thanx
Omid: Funky as FUck !!! love it !!! xxxx
Sergio Santos: cool stuff! thx diggin stand up instr & water wave
Chris Duckenfield: Big sound ! Deserves to soar much higher than the House gutters
Simone Giudici: Water Wave is nice!
Matthew Benjamin: Layo & Bushwacka! quirky but great
Marcus Frankowski: WOW! Stand Up Jacks Back...GREAT ONE
Tuomas Salmela: Water Wave is just fun.
Shane Watcha: yeah wicked shit. stand up & waterwave is the business!
Chris Fortier: stand up cool vibe, jacks back i like, but prefer instrumental
Bubba Extended Play / Hot Creations yessss!!! love!!! :D
Severino Panzetta Horse Meat Disco I am the fire is cool
Downtown Party Network Eskimo Like instrumental version!
Mark Jenkyns Hot Creations really like water wave
Elie Eidelman: lovely. sara says "i like the instrumental" cool old skool flava.
Eric Duncan Rub N Tug NICE!
Alex Nagshineh Culprit, Trapez Water Wave has a nice watery vibe.
taken from "Dreams In Splendid Black", 2016
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Welcome to the land of dreams where the forces of the underworld evoke a sinister future and where the boundaries between reality and mythology are about to burst.
While other bands put out albums in mass-production, melodic death metal outfit Path Of Destiny take their time to write new music. After their debut “Rise & Fall” in 2010, they worked out their complex concept album “Dreams In Splendid Black” with all its details and took only a short break to release their EP “Parasite God”.
To make sure that the album’s sound fit the clear vision of the five Germans, the recordings took place at FF-Music-Studio (Piesau, Germany) and Unholy Studio (Jena, Germany) at the same time while the mixing and mastering was done by Jaroslav Celujko in his studio Jarosound in Stockholm (Sweden). The result is a crystal-clear album-sound that does justice to the band’s versatile influences and is made round by the multisided artwork of Robert Büschel (Universe Design).
„Dreams In Splendid Black“ distinguishes itself through its two different kinds of narration. While the first part tells stories about dark powers and demons, the second part deals with an alchemist that seeks for eternity between life and death. Are you ready for this trip?