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11 Apr 2011
Hola Gabriel,

have you planned to do a lesson based on the cirse's song "lo que no soy" ? This song is really good, and it's also very good to hear cirse playing in accoustic...

think about it !!! tongue.gif
11 Apr 2011
Hola Gabriel,

have you planned to do a lesson based on the cirse's song "lo que no soy" ? This song is really good, and it's also very good to hear cirse playing in accoustic...

think about it !!! tongue.gif
9 Apr 2011
Hi guys,

i would like to have your point of view on my first try on this lesson: http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/My-Che...e-Ballad-Style/ by gabriel leopardi.

I have to record once again the very last part of the solo, but it's a technique i do not really manage to do so any advice would be appreciated.

here is the link:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7084686/songs/mychemicalromance.mp3

thanks in advance !

ps: next i will do a video on this track
17 Mar 2011
THE LAST VERSION WITH VOCALS IS HERE: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7084686/songs/Supe...e_Loup_voix.mp3
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Hi,

i'm working on another cover of a french band song called "le loup" by "superbus", it's a simple song with two verses and a chorus without vocals. I haven't recorded the vocals yet, but i recorded all the intruments.

It contains for guitars:
- a clean guitar and a distorted one during verse, one on each channel
- 3 distorted guitars during the chorus, one left, one right and a stereo
- ans another guitar during the last part of the last chorus

i have a bass, a piano, a violin, and drums.

What do you think of it ? There's not many variations so it will sound better with the vocals.

Here is the track in MP3: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7084686/songs/Superbus_-_Le_Loup.mp3

It's been recorded with reaper 4 alpha, with my gibson les paul studio and my fender gdec 3 amp.

Thanks to share your comments and advices to help me improve the track.

The original song is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0Y6Bu_-10E
12 Mar 2011
Hi Guys,

a few days ago i posted a rec i did: http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=38269 and i have been given many advices (Ivan, Tony Miro etc...) and i decided to apply these advices in a new rec.

This time i haven't recorded yet the vocals, but i prefer before to have your points of view.

here is my take: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7084686/songs/tchi_cum_bah.mp3

i recorded:
- the bass (stereo)
- 3 guitars (one for main riff and left, one for right riff, one distorded on two tracks left and right)
- drums: ezdrummer

No vst for effects, the effects all come from my Fender GDEC 3 amp.
The guitar is a Gibson Les paul Studio.

I put an equalizer and a compressor on the main channel.

Recorded with REAPER 4 alpha.

Please let me know what to improve before vocals recording.

Th original song is here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mah68dKeBv4

Thanks in advance guys!

and i checked very well to be sure to never have a track "in the red" as tony miro told me! biggrin.gif

EDIT: the chorus is a bit loud, as in the original song, be carefull !
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