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Old 26-04-2016, 03:26 PM   #1396
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There's also Soldier's Poem, and if we count live tracks too, Falling Down in 2012.
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Old 26-04-2016, 06:42 PM   #1397
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Ah yes, forgot that these two were also live on piano (edited the list)
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Old 28-04-2016, 09:17 AM   #1398
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Piano Thing is more of an impro, so I'm not listing it below.

Animals
Apocalypse Please
Blackout
Butterflies & Hurricanes
Cave (if you count the live piano version)
Endlessly
Exogenesis pt: 2 & pt 3
Explorers
Falling Down
Feeling Good
Hoodoo
Isolated System
Megalomania
Neutron Star Collision
Ruled by Secrecy
Screenager
Soaked
Soldier's Poem
Space Dementia
Sunburn
Survival
(Take a Bow)
United States of Eurasia

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Citizen Erased
Con-Science
The Gallery
The Globalist
In Your World (intro)
Map of the Problematique
New Born
Resistance
Starlight
Sing for Absolution
Stockholm Syndrome
Woah~ Thanks a lot! Nice compilation
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Old 29-04-2016, 06:52 AM   #1399
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Ohh crap, I think I forgot to post these here when I made them... here's Psycho and The Handler anyway. Honestly, these are some of my best covers imo.




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Old 29-04-2016, 12:21 PM   #1400
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Was your aim to play it like Chris or make a variation of it?
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Old 29-04-2016, 09:34 PM   #1401
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Was your aim to play it like Chris or make a variation of it?
My own of course, I never aim for exact copies
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Old 30-04-2016, 08:42 AM   #1402
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Then I think you should take it further - at the moment it looks like it's a cover done a bit poorly. I'll see what I can do about recording some covers this weekend - I feel kinda bad for giving harsh critique without posting anything myself.
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Old 30-04-2016, 10:50 AM   #1403
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Yes, I agree with that, but I'm very perfectionnist when I record something, I can spend few hours on a cover and not releasing it because I'm not satisfied enough It's good that you try to add your " touch " to the songs, but to me, muse is a band where you can't modify something in the rythmic section.

I think your covers could improve a lot if your tone was less fuzzy, and assuming you record with a microphone close to your amp, you should spend some times on trying different positions and angles, and also using a low cut filter on the original track to let you some " space " .
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Old 30-04-2016, 06:18 PM   #1404
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...and assuming you record with a microphone close to your amp, you should spend some times on trying different positions and angles, and also using a low cut filter on the original track to let you some " space " .
I record from different angle almost every time and use lpf on the originals/multitracks whenever possible

EDIT: Also, as for the less fuzz, I know. I even have an OS-2 to use to get somewhat Animato-ish tones, but it's just so much easier to go with the duality every time. And I just love fuzzy tones :P

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Old 30-04-2016, 08:35 PM   #1405
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Old 06-05-2016, 12:00 PM   #1406
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Yes, I agree with that, but I'm very perfectionnist when I record something, I can spend few hours on a cover and not releasing it because I'm not satisfied enough It's good that you try to add your " touch " to the songs, but to me, muse is a band where you can't modify something in the rythmic section.

I think your covers could improve a lot if your tone was less fuzzy, and assuming you record with a microphone close to your amp, you should spend some times on trying different positions and angles, and also using a low cut filter on the original track to let you some " space " .
Ehh, old comment, but I have to answer to this. See, in my opinion, people take covers WAY too seriously nowadays. Okay, you may be playing it perfectly, but you're just standing in front of the camera like a zombie. Where's the emotion? I don't care if there's some little mistakes in my own or some other's covers, as long as it actually seems you're enjoying the music rather than doing it as clean as you can. Just like bands, including Muse, when playing live, do they really care of some mistakes? It's just not the point in this kind of stuff imo.
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So, rather than showing proficiency in playing a song and your instruments you'd prefer people seeing you mess up? Now that sounds strange to me!

I really don't like some of my old covers and I've removed most of them simply because they were bad.

So, why not go the extra mile of practicing a bit more, and working out a slightly better tone?
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Old 06-05-2016, 01:42 PM   #1408
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So, rather than showing proficiency in playing a song and your instruments you'd prefer people seeing you mess up? Now that sounds strange to me!
Now you're just putting words in my mouth. Minor mistakes here and there. You're saying pros never make mistakes?
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So, rather than showing proficiency in playing a song and your instruments you'd prefer people seeing you mess up? Now that sounds strange to me!

I really don't like some of my old covers and I've removed most of them simply because they were bad.

So, why not go the extra mile of practicing a bit more, and working out a slightly better tone?
Surely judging people based on studio recordings that were likely edited from a number of takes is placing kind of high expectations on what is essentially people having fun in their bedrooms?
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Surely judging people based on studio recordings that were likely edited from a number of takes is placing kind of high expectations on what is essentially people having fun in their bedrooms?
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