ChaosBeing......The Heavy Metal Band.

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Re: ChaosBeing......The Heavy Metal Band.

Postby jc » Tue Jul 26, 2016 2:39 pm

that is a lot alright, sounds good anyway as long as you're enjoying it


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Re: ChaosBeing......The Heavy Metal Band.

Postby jmail » Tue Jul 26, 2016 5:54 pm

SlayerBear17 wrote:Well we are officially gigging 4 + times a month. Making it really hard to find time to do anything else.

Our momentum is picking quicker then we had all thought.

That's a good thing right? lol

Just keep it real, and remember your family. It's hard keeping priorities straight when you've got a band going full-steam-ahead, so much so, that it gets difficult sometimes to tell the difference between that and "headed downhill in a hurry", which is very undesireable... there's nothing quite like drugs & alcohol to get you there fast, which is what basically happened to my band (especially me) many, many moons ago. Have fun with it man, but def be careful, and don't burn any bridges you might need later.



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Re: ChaosBeing......The Heavy Metal Band.

Postby jmail » Sun Jul 31, 2016 5:28 pm

Say bear, I was just on your Facebook page again, and on your website. Nice man. Great stuff. One thing I'd do though, is get yourself a better vid to put up on Facebook. You need something with good audio. Something that the onboard mic "auto-level" hasn't been overloaded and distorting your sound. You need to take something like one of these doo-dads to a gig:
http://tascam.com/product/dr-22wl/
and then sync it to a video that someone made of the same gig...




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