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play hi-fi  Rose of Sharyn - Reamp TEST2 (Mark IV. Q2 2011)
play hi-fi  Rose of Sharyn - Reamp TEST (Mark IV, Q2 2011)
play hi-fi  Double Ice Backfire (Mark IV, Q1 2011)
play hi-fi  Solo Test (VOS Prototype, Q4 2009)
play hi-fi  CMR Solo Test (Nico's Setup Q2 2009)
play hi-fi  Descending - (Mesa Mark IV Test, 2009)
play hi-fi  Descending (Full Band) - (Mesa Mark IV Test, 2009)
play hi-fi  Redneck - (Mesa Mark IV Test, 2008)
play hi-fi  Redneck (Full Band) - (Mesa Mark IV Test)
play hi-fi  Walk with me in Hell - (Mesa Mark IV Test, 2008)
Welcome to my Soundclick! This is my project and pass time page where i will be posting recording tests or cover songs i do at home just for fun. I've worked with others before to do online projects and i'm always interested in doing more.

Lately my work has been primarily focused on recording and mixing band projects with my own recording business, C-Martin Recordings. My goal will be to deliver the best quality recordings i can offer at an affordable price to help out new or old bands succeed at producing a great sounding demo, EP or even album. C-Martin Recordings will more than likely be associated to Versus Sounds, a business one of my friends is planning to start as well. Together we plan to be able to deliver a wide variety of services from small demos to full on productions including video clips and pictures!

Do you play live?
I play with the band Project Versus mostly locally here in Montreal and it's surroundings but we are working on going outside of Montreal.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
The internet definitely changed allot of things, some are great but like all things abuse or misuse of it will always lead to bad things. Mp3's being one example, its a great preview and/or promotional tool. People should treat them as such and make sure they support the bands who need em by buying the albums, merch and tickets to shows.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
It depending on the contract and the label. Its always something I'm interested in looking into.
Your influences?
Lately my lead work is mostly influenced by Dimebag Darell, Van Halen and Yingwie Malmsteen (although mostly for his techniques and style, his compositions aren't really my type of thing). For rhythm stuff, Lamb of God, Slayer, Pantera, Death have been the main thing i lean towards but other older influences would be Black Sabbath, Led Zepplin, Hendrix, Nirvana, Primus, Tom Morello (In RATM), Megadeth (From Rust in Piece and before mostly), Marty Friedman, Deep Purple, David Gilmour, SRV.
Equipment used:
All recordings are done at C-Martin Recordings.

For more information on my recording gear visit my studio's page at: C-Martin Recordings

- Blackstar HT Studio 20H
- Line 6 POD HD Pro
- Mesa Boogie Mark IV
- Mesa Boogie Rectifier 2x12 cab (Celestion Vintage 30)
- Marshall JTM-45 (Tesla KT66, NOS Mullard 12AX7)
- Marshall 1960A 4x12 cab UK (Celestion G12T-75)
- Marshall 1960AX 4x12 cab UK (Celestion G12M)
- Tech 21 SansAmp RBI
- Vox Night Train

Pedals and FX:
- Boss MT-2 Metal Zone
- Boss BF-2 Flanger (MIJ 12V)
- Boss SD-1 Super Overdrive (MIJ 12V)
- DOD 250
- Dunlop Original CryBaby
- Fulltone OCD v1.5
- Fulltone OCD v1.7
- Ibanez TS 808
- Korg Pandora PX4D
- MXR Carbon Copy Delay
- MXR Script Phase 90
- MXR Script Distortion +
- MXR Vintage Flanger M117
- TC Electronics G-Major II
- Xotic Effects EP Booster Preamp

Guitars & Bass:
- Charvel San Dimas Strat, with old Duncan JBJ and 59NJ
- Customized Fender Strat, with Vintage OFR, Duncan Custom wound JB and Antiquity Single Coils
- Gibson Les Paul Standard 60RI, with "Seymourized" Custom and a old 60s PAF
- Simon & Patrick Luthier Acoustic Guitar (Red Wild Cherry Back & Sides, Spruce Top)
- Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
Mobile Rack
Old 1922
C-Martin Recordings - Small
C-Martin Recordings
The gang