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Glad you liked it! It's got a very neoclassical vibe to it. Once you get the licks down, you can create your own licks based on the licks you've learned and it looks like you have them down! You've got a good handle on pedal and modified pedal!! These make great speed training licks.

MEDALS OF HONOR

STICKING THE LANDING: Per usual there is no gap between notes to allow your hand to recover, this is to get your hand used to being just ahead of the beat for placement. Otherwise things can sound laggy. Good job!

CLEAN AS A WHISTLE: Your playing here is very clean which is what I like to see. Once you have a lick down, it's just a matter of repetition.
PICKING LIKE A MAD MAn: Your use of muted alternate picking is quite good. There is a lot of picking in this one and you killed it!Super congrats Soldier. This is one of the tough ones and you blitzed through it!!! Also, you are just barely behind the TOP DOG!!!!!!Congrats you just..
You just..
LEVELED UP!!

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QUOTE (Adam M @ Apr 22 2019, 05:00 PM) *
I loved this lesson even if it was a little tricky. It has "Neoclassical" in the title and it's enough to win me but I like the idea of switching strings and the pedal point type of licks. I tried transcribing excerpts from classical pieces and Final Fantasy and the kind-of pedal point where few notes stay the same and one note is changed appeared there often (e.g. one movement in Dancing Mad uses this very concept). I mean the last exercise. Does it have a name? I think pedal point happens when one note is sustained while the other change, so I'd call it some reversed pedal point?

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Cool vid and tune! The history is interesting as well. The German Battleship Bismarck was terror the sea, as mentioned in the song. She was thought to be unbeatable and unsinkable. She was the tip of the spear for KriegsMarine (German Navi). The British sent out their most storied and feared ship, the Hood, to take out the Bismarck. The Bismarck sunk the Hood with a SINGLE SHOT in about 5 minutes of combat. This was a serious blow to the British. After which, the call went out "SINK THE BISMARCK AT ALL COSTS". Essentially the entire British Navy (One of the largest in the world at the time) was tasked with one job. Sink that darn ship!! They finally found her. Somebody got a lucky shot on one of her propulsion screws and she could only turn in a circle after that point. After that it was just a matter of time.
QUOTE (Adam M @ Apr 22 2019, 02:32 PM) *
My mom just messaged me this vid and I've been listening to it for 20 minutes now.

Sabaton - Bismarck

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NICE!! This is a very tricky Mission. It's got pieces that feel like they work fast, then bits that won't let you play them brisk at all. Like hitting a wall. The good news is you played to the piece which is the point of this one. Let's Debrief!
MEDALS OF HONOR
*PERFECT PACE: Pacing traps are everywhere in this one and you didn't fall for any of them!!
*SINGLE STRING MADNESS: Your fret traverse on the single string is impressive. Never missed a note. Even used your pinky and went thumbless!
*PINKY POWER: Congrats on your PINKY POWER!! Very well done. Never overpressuring the notes as well, thumbless technique is your friend smile.gif

It's great to see you back in the saddle Soldier!!! You jumped in on a very hard Mission and pushed through!!!! That tapping bit in particular is very very tricky. Using multi note taps with open strings is just hard!

Good news is you just....
LEVELED UP!!!!

Great to see you back in the fight Soldier!! You really attacked this one head on! It's great to see smile.gif
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QUOTE (Adam M @ Apr 21 2019, 05:00 PM) *
I'm slowly making progress on Serrana. Very slowly but it's the way to go, as you said. Some parts are stretch-heavy, so it will be a nice practice too! And maybe I'll learn sweeping through this exercise.

Meanwhile I'm posting the exercises for Mission 86. The tapping part was a pain but I eventually got it. It's been a rude awakening to face this lesson after taking a break and it was noticeable for me. I'll try not to do it again or at least to practice even if I'm not recording.



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Posted on: Apr 21 2019, 02:29 AM


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Can't wait to hear it in the final!!
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This is for the second part. I didn't put the mix in it but I hope it works fine smile.gif
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Well said! Have a great Easter Holiday everyone smile.gif

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QUOTE (Adam M @ Apr 20 2019, 08:04 PM) *
Since it's Easter time, I want to wish everyone good health and happiness! Enjoy these days with your families, friends and loved ones.
Best wishes,
-Adam
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Posted on: Apr 20 2019, 09:16 PM


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In this quick lick, we are going to do what I call a "Multipeggio". It's a sweep picking lick where you sweep one shape and then change the note that you are hitting with your pinky each time you sweep. Basically moving the pinky one fret each time you do the sweep. It sounds much more complex than it really is. If you want to get some speed on your sweeps this is for you.


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This is very similar to our last quick lick so it should be a breeze if you have been keeping up! Hit me up with any questions.

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Notre Dame caught fire and the roof burned. It's a tragic loss to the entire world and more so for France. It's part of the French soul. Good news is people started donating money right away to fix it. Bad news is that many Billionaires donated so much money that regular people are now getting angry about money gap. If rich folks can spare this much money, then surely they can pay enough tax to get tax hikes on fuel off of the backs of the working people, or so the thinking goes.

Most rich folks get rich the old fashioned way, they are born in to it. Just like our President Mr. Trump. They have rich parents. There are enough folks that make it on their own to give the idea of "earning it" to give it credence. In truth, this is the first generation of workers (Millenials) that are expected to worse off than their parents.


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Anyone else watching KNIGHTFALL on the history channel? LUKE SKYWALKER is in it this season playing a Templar. It's about the fall of the knights templar and is very well made. History channel is doing some very cinematic stuff. Just don't see the epic stuff other than HBO it seems. Or maybe I just am missing it?

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Respire adds a LOT of bass to the signal. As a result, it can make it really boomy in your mix. Often too boomy. It's intended as a practice tool mostly. If one were to use it on a track, you have to pre eq the signal using your ears to account for the respire. It's a bit more compressed, and way more bassy so you gotta reduce the bass before it hits the respire. Most folks just turn it off for recording.
As for oversampling, it's true that according to the nyquist theory 44.1k gets all the bits we can hear. However, sampling beyond this allows us to capture bits that we can't hear which actually impact the things we can hear. In a real instrument, there are overtones that are not audible that impact the tones that are audible in suble ways. If we sample at a crazy high rate, we allow capture of the bits we can't hear to allow them to impact the bits we can hear. If this had no effect at all, we would not see sampling rates at 192 khz, as all it would do is make a bigger file. It does make a bigger file, but it makes an objectively better sounding file as well assuming a quality source. So there's that smile.gif

But yeah, for home use 44.1k is usually plenty.

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QUOTE (Mertay @ Apr 19 2019, 06:37 PM) *
What do you think about what respire adds/helps guitars in the mix? I demo's at the time but don't have it now.
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I liked it too smile.gif Mr Samurai did not. Many folks actually want to pay the $5 amount no matter what the work is. In such cases, it's off a real gamble as to quality. Many folks will still do it, as the site is called FIVER and you are required by terms of services to offer your a five dollar service as an option. In which case, it's really up to the guy doing the work. Still, some folks are not gonna be happy no matter what. Those kind of clients are often the very ones with no money at all to spend, and who have a hard deadline. Such is the life of freelancing smile.gif

QUOTE (Mertay @ Apr 19 2019, 06:33 PM) *
I thought it was amazing biggrin.gif

I mean 260 bucks enough to make a single, all he did was strum a few chords and some solo's written after...for the money I think it resulted great.


I liked it too smile.gif Many folks actually want to pay the $5 amount no matter what the work is. In such cases, it's off a real gamble as to quality. Many folks will still do it, as the site is called FIVER and you are required by terms of services to offer your a five dollar service as an option. In which case, it's really up to the guy doing the work. Still, some folks are not gonna be happy no matter what. Those kind of clients are often the very ones with no money at all to spend, and who have a hard deadline. Such is the life of freelancing smile.gif

QUOTE (Mertay @ Apr 19 2019, 06:33 PM) *
I thought it was amazing biggrin.gif

I mean 260 bucks enough to make a single, all he did was strum a few chords and some solo's written after...for the money I think it resulted great.
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I hate to admit it but I usually end up practicing while I watch it as it gets a bit slow in parts. It's not enough to keep my full attention. I have to admit also that the gap was so long between seasons that I went back and watched the previous season again to try to catch up. There are only 5 left so I'm thinking it will get moving in the last 2 or 3. All the money is being save for the BOSS BATTLE smile.gif Till then we will get a lot of "two shots" of people talking on a castle wall or in a forest. I am probably the second worst got fan smile.gif I'm always thinking "cut to the battle sequence" smile.gif

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Apr 18 2019, 03:34 PM) *
This is my story...

I watched the first season as soon as it was released. Then, when the second one was published, I started watching the first episode and I didn't remember anything about all the families and characters so I said to myself, Why am I watching this if I forget everything? hahahha laugh.gif

The story continues like this....

I picked up my guitar and continued practicing... while my girlfriend continued watching it.... if I ever watch it, there won't be big surprises for me because I've seen some of the most "important" moments..

I must be the worst guy, for a GOT fan! laugh.gif laugh.gif
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one often gets what one pays for sad.gif However, I have heard of folks getting good album artwork through fiver. The guys doing it are really just looking to expand their art book in many cases as five bux is really not enough to pay anyone with any real skill for anything serious.. sad.gif

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'm guessing these are really good builds as they certainly seem to have spent money promoting it and the guy behind it has a great rep smile.gif I'd love to see an Iron Label Dragon inspired build. Or even better a Ibanez Custom Shop Dragon sigil thing with flamed red maple and the dragon sigil in burst or paint. But I'd probably have to call them and have it built from scratch.

QUOTE (PosterBoy @ Apr 19 2019, 03:25 AM) *
The Principal Master Builder is Ron Thorn, he was a very very well respected small builder with a great following and reputation (he's a regular over at The Gear Page) and got an offer he seemingly couldn't refuse to join Fender Custom Shop.

I was more excited to see him in the video than the others as I'd read so many of his contributions over the last 10 years.
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Respire is separate from the cab loading section smile.gif I use respire but that' snot what I'm talking about. You can pick two different cabs and turn respire off. You still get the cab simulation. You can use a stock cab on one and load your own IR on the other which I've done several times. Then you get four mics to choose from which you can place on the cone. It's the most faithful plugin I've messed with other than the FORTIN plugins which sound great but are just guitar which I makes things a bit more of a pain in the neck. The overloud plugins have pedals/rack gear/heads/ dual path processing, IR support, and now rig sampling in one plugin. Oh yeah, and it has respire smile.gif

QUOTE (Mertay @ Apr 18 2019, 03:34 PM) *
Thats interesting cause TH-U's respire tech. is simply saturation after the cab. smile.gif
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Seems like the Game Of Thrones Dragon guitar should be a bit more Metal and a bit less Fender Jaguar/Single Coil. Hmm.
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In a mix a good plugin can work well imho. I've been using the OVERLOUD plugins for years and like them better than any live recording of an actual amp that I've ever managed to get. If I had a big empty room that I could crank up a full stack in, then I"d probably go for the stack. Sadly, I don't have that so having tried just about every other option, I ended up where I started back with the overloud plugin. The amp sims are great, I can use 2 cabs and four mics, custom IR if needed, and great reverbs that do a very good room sound which I dig smile.gif

QUOTE (Mertay @ Apr 17 2019, 05:04 AM) *
Thats why I left using ir reverbs long ago, on single instrument they sound fantastic but spread-ed in a mix a "static/boxness" starts to occur I really dislike. Ir-cab.s takes the freq. response and can't replicate speaker movement and coloration, its a good tech. but in detail has its weaknesses.

The dowside of sampling is the very upper overtones can't be accurately captured by any machine due to the units self-noise. These overtones get very low on level and blends too much with the noise character so usually filtered out. But most are accurate and there may be an AI that guess and replicates the missing ones for a more natural feel.
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Great vid and great playing!!!
QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Apr 18 2019, 11:43 AM) *
This video is very cool. I recommend you to watch the whole thing, but I can agree more with the things that Rick says at 11:00.

Check it out!



Great vid and great playing!!!
QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Apr 18 2019, 11:43 AM) *
This video is very cool. I recommend you to watch the whole thing, but I can agree more with the things that Rick says at 11:00.

Check it out!

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I have to agree. I did like the first season best, even though it was the lowest budget season of all of them, it just had great writing. They seem to be doing a slow/fast/slow/end kind of pacing thing where it just falls off a cliff in parts and pace drops down quite a bit. These types of "two people in a room" two shots used to happen on horseback, or even during a battle. I think they are saving all the money to put on screen for the battle sequences near the end. Gotta say that's what I'm looking forward to. I wanna see all the big armies go after the Dead!

QUOTE (MonkeyDAthos @ Apr 16 2019, 09:10 PM) *
Imho the quality went down a bit. I enjoyed it, really liked the end of the first epi. But I wasnt to keen on the cgi and the pacing felt a bit rushed..
Overall I am looking foward for more.
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Love spotify!! Love it as a listener. Hate it as a musician since they pay fractions of a penny for thousands of streams sad.gif Such is life though and it's the future of music distribution so no sense to hate on it smile.gif That roster looks great! I'd love to see that. I bet you guys could do CIRSE fest and do your own music fest for real!!
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Apr 16 2019, 09:19 AM) *
This is my personal fest based on what I've heard on Spotify. Would you go? laugh.gif

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Do you use Spotify? Do you own fest here: https://salty-beach-42139.herokuapp.com/
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Yeah, noise can be a problem. Running any signal through a tube preamp can warm it up and make it a bit more "round" which is sometimes exactly what is needed smile.gif

QUOTE (Mertay @ Apr 16 2019, 01:51 PM) *
I wonder if thats why I like running processors through preamps.

Noise is a downside but while even cheapest analog saturation from typical soundcard preamps increases (the feel) of dynamics but even best of plug-in saturators compress further.
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You are probably getting better at it each time you make a vid and each time you practice. Which is a good thing smile.gif Playing the upper decks takes wads of repetition. It's way different than playing the lower decks. Finger pressure is different, vibrato is a bit different, etc.

I'm just curious to see how it goes for you on the other axe. I"m glad you are getting better as you go on this. Add more bits in to your soloing as you go, it will get much better over time.
QUOTE (Phil66 @ Apr 16 2019, 02:24 AM) *
Will do when I get home buddy, but the notes one that last video were ringing out better.

Cheers

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Better each time!!! ONETABMAT GUITARS! I think a new brand is on deck!

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It was a cool chat. They have known each other forever!
QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Apr 16 2019, 09:37 AM) *
Nice! Thanks for sharing!! I'm a big fan of Ola's stuff! It's interesting to hear these two guys talking. I'll watch it.
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They are just sad that you are missing the best show ever to hit the air smile.gif It honestly feels more like a movie to me than a tv show. There are only 6 shows this season. The scale of it is just huge. Some fans have gotten burned out with the show and say it's turned in to crap. I honestly love the show. If you get the chance, take a look!
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Apr 16 2019, 09:34 AM) *
Every time I say this, my friends feel disappointed. "I don't watch Game of Thrones". ohmy.gif
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Just to make sure it's not an issue with that guitar, try the high frets on your other guitar. Doesn't have to be 24. Just go high and do the same thing to see if you get the same result. Otherwise we don't have a "control" for our little test. sad.gif

QUOTE (Phil66 @ Apr 15 2019, 02:25 AM) *
Thanks Todd,

I was deliberately not doing any vibrato just to show the pure guitar voice. I wanted to show why I didn't think it was a fret issue and was more about technique, or lack of it.

I haven't checked any other guitars, This is my only 24 fret apart from my PRS SE 7 String which Doesn't get much use. I rarely go that far up on my other guitars because of my lack of understanding of the fretboard, it's as though, if there aren't 24 frets I'm thinking I haven't got enough notes up there laugh.gif

Cheers.

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