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Doug Lane
30 years old
United States, Georgia
Born Jan-19-1990
I like the vidya and the vidya games, cooking, and weightlifting.
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5 Jan 2018
Just quick study into trying to write a riff around the concept of a waterfall in slow motion. The original riff was mostly clean and tapped, but I thought it would be cool to pick it with a lead sound in unison. This lick outline C#sus2 and Asus2 before going into open voices of B, C#m, B, and E. All in all, this was a fun exercise in using suspended chords without their usual function of setting up a resolution, as well as string skipping and position shifting on the neck.

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19 Dec 2017
I've been studying some of the composition from the old Pokemon games lately. Aside from the various Bike riding songs, This one really caught my ear! I can't believe how intricately yet simply the different tracks work together! Composers for these gaming systems shined so much because of the way they learned to work around the limitations of their onboard sound chip!

6 Dec 2017
Hey guys! I recently got this gorgeous JP15 with the new BareKnuckle Ragnarok set. This song is recorded entirely with this guy, let me know what you think! (Credits for the original song goes to A. Kaida, N. Mizuta and Kirikiri-Chan, from the RockMan and Forte OST.)
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3 Aug 2017
Hi guys!

First off, just for fun, I'd like to open this post up with a little bit of guitar porn. I've added a few S I C C guitars to my collection!

I've been working a lot on content creation for my YouTube channel, getting serious about recording and edition video for the first time. A lot of my stuff is based around doing metal covers for video game OSTs, and I've found that green screening is a great way to free up a lot of the on-screen space so that I can include larger clips of gameplay footage to go alongside my playing. I am, however, having some difficulty getting consistent results with chromakey. Does anyone have any tips or guides on how to properly do green screen and lighting setups the right way? I'm trying to avoid developing bad habits that will hamstring my video production later on.

Additionally, I'm finding that when I layer myself over other videos, my top layer videos are coming through as transparent. I'm using Sony Vegas 14, if anyone knows more about this. below is an example of what I'm talking about.

7 Feb 2017
Hello again guys! I hope everyone has been well. The military life had kept me very busy, and deployments have caused me to be away from my studio for much longer than I'd like. I've still been doing my best to find time for making music though! Next goal is to get some video editing skills! Please enjoy smile.gif

I've also been working on my voice

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