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werewolf corps release#2 : mausoleum hymns


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cdr 1 of 2 with handpainted, numbered covers limited to twenty.the covers of both combine to give a complete painting corresponding to the number.just wanted to do something a bit different from your average bullshit local release.its musically a collision of disembowlment, skepticism and i suppose some my dying bride scraping against a rusty hacksaw.kinda.

2 from my hands or 2 with SAE to be posted out.half are laid aside already so its purely up to people to seek these out, they wont happen again.email or whatever.

steve

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hmmm, fairly creepy sounding. downloaded mausoleum hymn and werewolf corps, more interested in the second one, perhaps just cos it was more compact. not a million miles away from fantomas's delirium cordia, if anyone else likes that sort of stuff. i liked a lot of the time stretched sounding things, cool sounds. are you distorting the vocals with a guitar distortion or just very close to the mic, or is it a pc effect, or something else? you can get some good vocal sounds by plugging a mic through a distortion pedal, then into a cheap compressor with a really harsh noise gate and then through a guitar flanger or chorus pedal. liked some of the keyboard/synth sounds near the end of mausoleum hymns too.

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hmmm' date=' fairly creepy sounding. downloaded mausoleum hymn and werewolf corps, more interested in the second one, perhaps just cos it was more compact. not a million miles away from fantomas's delirium cordia, if anyone else likes that sort of stuff. i liked a lot of the time stretched sounding things, cool sounds. are you distorting the vocals with a guitar distortion or just very close to the mic, or is it a pc effect, or something else? you can get some good vocal sounds by plugging a mic through a distortion pedal, then into a cheap compressor with a really harsh noise gate and then through a guitar flanger or chorus pedal. liked some of the keyboard/synth sounds near the end of mausoleum hymns too.[/quote']

hey.vocals are part recorded live using a cheap plastic mic through a fender practise amp and some are directly into my old 466 then given a wash of distortion via adobe audition.i originally planned to run them through a pedal but lack of batteries changed that plan.my voice is naturally loud when i roar anyway so that helps.synth stuff is me freewheeling on absynth and the rest is a combination of sampled sounds (the intro is 3 seconds each from an esoteric/voivod track stretched and manipulated to 3 minutes!) and hours in the dark reciting morbid peoms drinking rum.

cheers for having a listen, thanks for the advice and comments.

steve.

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Hi Steve. Id really like a copy of each of them - is the first one different from the version you already passed on to me? If its got different artwork or whatever then il be geeky enough to want a copy! Il give you cash next time i see you in one up/ at valhella or whatever.

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Rory.[/quote']

aye aye rory.

the one you have is entirely seperate from these two, i'll stop past one up next week mate with a copy for you.

steve.

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