23:08 - Doge of Venice Cheers. The only reason I managed to get up to that pace was because i programmed drums and bass in Guitar Pro first, then improvised over that to figure out the guitar parts.
23:06 - Doge of Venice Every segment was just recorded, had ends and starts cut for cleanliness, then all I did was EQ it. As for the abrupt pauses in the bridge, I tried to mute them, but just cutting the pauses out sounded better. >.>
23:06 - Redn1ght Just play looong improvisation sessions or riffs over and over for endurance... If you use a metronome with that, you could get more accurate on the timing too.
23:02 - Doge of Venice It's mainly endurance that is my problem, at that temp. I'm comfortable up until around 140bpm or so. I recorded in small segments (well, the longest were about 40 seconds). The only bits that were edited were the abrupt pauses
Looks like a nice place! Althoug perhaps it lacks a bit of grass and I guess taking a swim in the lake is forbidden?
How was Tarot? I've just learnt about their tour, I might go in Paris.
The place is amazing, the best festival area I've seen. There's enough grass and a nice sandy beach, and swimming in the sea is allowed too (you can watch a band performing on one of the stages while swimming around ). From time to time a huge ferry would pass by just 100m from the shore - it was quite surreal to see them towering above the stage.
Tarot were pretty terrible, the least entertaining band I saw at Ruisrock. The sound was alright, but the performance was pretty tired and lifeless...