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Heya folks... Last week marked the 34th anniversary of Iron Maiden's Somewhere in Time... I decided to have a little fun and record my own cover version of the song. I didn't find a drum stem for this so I just went ahead and put together my own drum track with Superior Drummer.

Axe FX III for all both guitars and bass. For the guitar, I was fortunate to stumble across superdave0422's Gallien Krueger 250RL tonematch https://axechange.fractalaudio.com/detail.php?preset=7803

For bass I used the Steve Harris patch I made a couple of months back, although, a big part of the sound is a FRESH set of flatwounds, something I did not have at this time, so it probably sounds a bit darker than Steve's usual sound.

Lastly, to tie it together, I must admit I did add some minor EQ, parallel compression and tape emulation/limiting to the master bus, so what you hear in the mix, is not necessarily how the presets will sound on their own.

Nonetheless, I hope you dig it, and if you like what you hear, I'd really appreciate the like + sub, doing my best to build the channel. Many thanks, and UP THE IRONS!!!


../Enjoyably impressive!
Great music; dynamics/vocals/playing in the moment..
.Media; an attention grabber... all in all ...well done. Thanks!


That is awesome man! Great performance, especially the vocals. And you definitely nailed the lead tone (and great playing by the way)
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