This guitar was a little beat up upon arrival, but after some much needed TLC she played WONDERFULLY. There is a reason why I love Caparisons so damn much!!
This video took a good 40-60 minutes to shoot properly. I had to re-shoot, and the editing process was delayed, but this is by far my best review video to date.
I hope you enjoy it.
I’m very happy to say that I’ve broken far past the 1000 subscriber mark and have hit over 1200 SUBSCRIBERS!
I haven’t had a chance to do a video about it until now, and I thought I’d make it a little humorous as that is what gets me views I think, ultimately. I deliver information and advice at the end of the day. And through these videos, with some light humour, I attempt to make the viewer stay until the end of the video to get the most they can get from the video.
It has helped me develop as a person to be able to do these videos in confidence that a lot of people will get something out of what I’m saying. That isn’t egotistical, that is pride that I’ve developed my little mountain of videos into something kind of cool. Here’s to the future, and to you, the subscriber, the viewer, and the reader.
This video took two days to complete. One for the audio and all of the elements and mixing it required, and then another day for just the video itself. It has been, to date, my most complex and difficult video. Finally being able to use some kind of lighting helped a lot as well as a bit more training with colour tweaking made the final product something I am pretty proud of.
And I look spiffy in a bow tie.
Don’t forget to Subscribe to my channel! It’s easy and I promise I don’t bite!
There is no better way to start the day than with a solid amount of exercise; and extreme brutal Russian slam Death Metal.
This music is not only stupidly vicious; brutal, and assailing to the ears, but it was made quite nicely! How horrifying! Well made Death Metal? To the uneducated ear, an abrasive disgusting music, but to someone who appreciates fine production work on an album, you still don’t need to be a wizard to understand these guys are onto something. Horror and hard music. What a FANTASTIC combination?!
That’s why I play live with a Lovecraftian Technical Blackened Death Metal band called AUROCH. I even helped out on the record with some 7 string duties!
Exciting stuff. Extortionate and destructive riffs. It feeds a dark part of the mind; the one that wants ‘blood’. There is something deeply primal and again; cathartic when one plays such harsh music live.
I think it’s the insinuation of fear and the catatonia that primal fear invokes that true showmanship is able to enunciate in a live setting; at least in terms of metal.