Backing Tracks: "turkish March"-lesson By Emir Hot
McHyra
Aug 10 2010, 02:48 PM
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Hello GMC,

I am pretty new to this page, but I already learned a lot from you guys, so thank you first of all.

I am currently practicing the "Turkish March" lesson by Emir Hot to perform it for my A-level test.
I'm doing pretty well, but I've got a question.

The backing tracks are really good, but I'd really like to have tracks with 110-130 bpm, because the jump from 100 to 145 is kinda huge.
Are there any good backing tracks you guys know or is there a way to upload the lessons backing track in something like 120 bpm?

Thank you!

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Aug 10 2010, 03:49 PM
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QUOTE (McHyra @ Aug 10 2010, 03:48 PM) *
Hello GMC,

I am pretty new to this page, but I already learned a lot from you guys, so thank you first of all.

I am currently practicing the "Turkish March" lesson by Emir Hot to perform it for my A-level test.
I'm doing pretty well, but I've got a question.

The backing tracks are really good, but I'd really like to have tracks with 110-130 bpm, because the jump from 100 to 145 is kinda huge.
Are there any good backing tracks you guys know or is there a way to upload the lessons backing track in something like 120 bpm?

Thank you!

You can use the original backing track (Ask Emir, or when he's not around send a person message to Skennington with your request) and then use software to slow it down! The Amazing Slowdowner is prety well known, but I prefer"Transcribe!" With Transcribe! you can slow down, re-EQ and do more software tricks to your audio files, without changing pitch wink.gif It works great smile.gif

Kaz

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Aug 10 2010, 04:00 PM
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QUOTE (kaznie_NL @ Aug 10 2010, 02:49 PM) *
You can use the original backing track (Ask Emir, or when he's not around send a person message to Skennington with your request) and then use software to slow it down! The Amazing Slowdowner is prety well known, but I prefer"Transcribe!" With Transcribe! you can slow down, re-EQ and do more software tricks to your audio files, without changing pitch wink.gif It works great smile.gif

Kaz


Thank you for your quick answer! I'm definitely gonna try that!

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Aug 11 2010, 08:29 AM
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I haven't seen Emir in ages so try Skennington as Kaznie said. I think he should have the slower backing tracks as well.

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Nov 26 2010, 03:34 PM
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Hi there...I have the very same request as the starter of this topic...How can I find Skennington in order to contact him?

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QUOTE (kaznie_NL @ Aug 10 2010, 03:49 PM) *
You can use the original backing track (Ask Emir, or when he's not around send a person message to Skennington with your request) and then use software to slow it down! The Amazing Slowdowner is prety well known, but I prefer"Transcribe!" With Transcribe! you can slow down, re-EQ and do more software tricks to your audio files, without changing pitch wink.gif It works great smile.gif

Kaz


Great! i dint think of using programs biggrin.gif i normally only use the metronome when things go too fast, but this is really nice too know smile.gif

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