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Garage Band?

I personally dont have a Mac, I would kill for one, but sadly I dont. The church I attend and do sound for has one, and my band and I have basically free reign over the instruments and sound system over the week. Our band has yet to record though we have quite abit of material, but I have recorded alittle bit of my own stuff over Garage Band. What do you think of the program? Do you think its a credible recording program? Whats your opinuin? Here be some digs.
Everything is Fire

Being not much of a metal fan, the genre of death metal isn't exactly my forte. I can accually only recall Cryptosy's None So Vile and In Morning's Shrouded Divine being death metal records that I have enjoyed and the latter isn't even very "death metal." But after all the critical acclaim Ulcerate's new release has gotten and with a name like Everything Is Fire I couldn't help but check it out. And I was extremely impressed. It is produced fanastically, created a dense and powerful atmoshere, acually I fell asleep listening through it for the first time, but it doesn't take away the fact that this face raps. The guitars are impressive, not just showing flare but depth, the bass is not only audible but exceptional, and the drumming is fucking mindblowing to say the least. Like the double kick is just, holy fuck fast. And not being a fan of the death metal vocals, enjoyed the way the vocals were mixed, being placed more "in the mix" rather than being placed in the forefront. Though, not exactly one of my favorite albums of the year it is definatly in my top 50, and is my undisputed death metal record of the year, maybe even my metal record of the year. And this coming from a none metal head.
Watching From a Distance

A depressingly epic metal record. Though at times it can get slightly monotonous and boring, it is still the best doom metal record Ive ever come across.
3Brian McBride
When The Detail Lost Its Freedom

Hoping to get a review done for this in the next couple days, a classic record.
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5Aidan Baker

Will need more listens in order to rate it, but its really really good.
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