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kjutte
Or anyone's critic.
Muris Varajic
Some really good picking and tapping here! smile.gif

I would just work a bit on timing,
few slower parts are not so solid rhythmic wise,
maybe you just need to set backing louder then your guitar while recording,
everything else was pretty nice. smile.gif
kjutte
QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Sep 15 2008, 02:18 PM) *
Some really good picking and tapping here! smile.gif

I would just work a bit on timing,
few slower parts are not so solid rhythmic wise,
maybe you just need to set backing louder then your guitar while recording,
everything else was pretty nice. smile.gif


Hmm... How do you propose that I should do it with the slow parts?
I tried to put alot of technique in there, but I hoped that the slow parts were ok.

Which parts of it sucked?

thanks biggrin.gif
Muris Varajic
None of them sucked,those are your words laugh.gif

Few of slower notes are a bit "off" beat,
that issue happens when you don't hear backing loud enough
and you're focusing on what you're playing only.
So my advice would be to turn backing louder,
lister to it more and try to record same thing once more,see the result. smile.gif
kjutte
QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Sep 15 2008, 02:28 PM) *
None of them sucked,those are your words laugh.gif

Few of slower notes are a bit "off" beat,
that issue happens when you don't hear backing loud enough
and you're focusing on what you're playing only.
So my advice would be to turn backing louder,
lister to it more and try to record same thing once more,see the result. smile.gif


ohh, thanks alot for the advice and the kind words!

How can I make my shreds more interesting?
I heard some shawn lane stuff and he shreds beautifully.
Muris Varajic
Well first idea I get is smaller gaps in playing,
constant shreddy lines and playing might get boring pretty fast,
but with some breaks/gaps it would be surely more interesting.
Those gaps aren't easiest thing to thrown in for sure
but give it a try. smile.gif
kjutte
QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Sep 15 2008, 03:24 PM) *
Well first idea I get is smaller gaps in playing,
constant shreddy lines and playing might get boring pretty fast,
but with some breaks/gaps it would be surely more interesting.
Those gaps aren't easiest thing to thrown in for sure
but give it a try. smile.gif



I didn't quite understand what you mean by gap...? In what aspect?
Muris Varajic
QUOTE (kjutte @ Sep 15 2008, 04:26 PM) *
I didn't quite understand what you mean by gap...? In what aspect?


Gap means break,like a breath,
but breath that has a meaning in music sense,not just like that.
I hope this time it was more clear wink.gif
kjutte
QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Sep 15 2008, 05:45 PM) *
Gap means break,like a breath,
but breath that has a meaning in music sense,not just like that.
I hope this time it was more clear wink.gif


Ah, litterally just have breaks.
I will try to work on this smile.gif
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