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 on: December 12, 2015, 12:12:08 pm 
Started by w34vi1 - Last post by Asianhawk
I don't suppose you have an inside scoop on when the USA tour dates will be?

 on: December 09, 2015, 04:43:00 pm 
Started by w34vi1 - Last post by w34vi1
New Date Added

Mar 13 - Brussels, Belgium - Forest National

 on: December 06, 2015, 07:00:02 am 
Started by w34vi1 - Last post by w34vi1
Third Amsterdam, Netherlands date added

Feb 24 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Carre Theatre

 on: December 04, 2015, 07:31:10 pm 
Started by B-rad - Last post by Asianhawk
If or when James uses any kind of auto-tune in the studio, it would be just to fix and tweak some part that (as someone just earlier) was only noticed when they start mixing the album.
Ok to use as an example--I am a fantasy/ sci-fi book cover illustrator. After I have my finished painting it is  pro-shot. But before sending the file to the client I often have to use photoshop to tweak where the camera could not help some slight glare, or the deeps blacks or more saturated color did not pick up in the picture, or often dust fibers collect in areas after 3 weeks of painting. This all needs to be fixed in a photoshop before the final product is in print, so it looks as close to the original painting as possible. They are all minor fixes because a camera is a one-eyed idiot, and cannot capture the essence of a painting; just as recording a voice is PROBABLY never perfect either.
 So for James to use any kind of auto-tune to tweak something makes sense. I really doubt he would have to use it very much since any time I see them play live in person or watch live shows on youtube, his vocals are as close to the studio album more than really any singer out there. I mean seriously---can we really name very many (if any at all) rock/metal singers that can keep up the vocal power and sound the same live as in the studio? Even Fabio Lione can't do it.

 on: December 04, 2015, 07:02:32 pm 
Started by Asianhawk - Last post by Asianhawk
Wow thanks for posting this! January 29th can't come soon enough! Looks like I can only listen to the new Megadetha album 1 week before I start to play the new DT album to dust. If it is 2 hrs and 10 mins of music like Petrucci said, I hope there is plenty of the hard and heavy prog-metal to keeps the metal heads like myself satisfied. The last album was seriously lacking on that 'metal' front. I do really like 'The Gift of Music', and James' soaring vocal are superb! (as always).
I hope they put out the US tour dates sooner rather than later, so we can plan way ahead for buying tickets.

Woa! And good thing I just checked out the official DT website, I had no idea they were taking pre-orders for the deluxe box set edition, and only 4,000 made!

 on: December 03, 2015, 03:12:44 pm 
Started by Asianhawk - Last post by w34vi1
"The Gift Of Music"

This is just my thoughts, it's like IW, Awake and 6DOIT combined. And I like it.

 on: November 29, 2015, 11:20:53 pm 
Started by B-rad - Last post by Dentachi
My question is this: James LaBrie, why do you use autotune? You don't need it one way or another, so...I don' get it.

 on: November 26, 2015, 07:04:21 pm 
Started by w34vi1 - Last post by w34vi1

Mar 1 - Stockholm, Sweden - Cirkus
Mar 8 - Copenhagen, Denmark - DR Koncerthuset
Mar 17 - Milan, Italy - Teatro Degli Arcimboldi
Mar 22 - Stuttgart, Germany - Liederhalle Hegel-Saal

 on: November 25, 2015, 02:55:50 am 
Started by w34vi1 - Last post by Irisviller
A new festival is coming! So much great music!

 on: November 22, 2015, 10:40:52 am 
Started by Asianhawk - Last post by Asianhawk
Did you sign up for one of the newsletters? There have been several e-mails sent from each side; and the story has developed with each one a bit more. A shame I really cannot go to one of those opening acts in February!

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