Profile
Personal Photo
Rating
 
Options
Options
Personal Statement
student of the intricacies of music
Personal Info
Rain
GMC:er
Age Unknown
Male
United States
Birthday Unknown
Interests
Music [Guitar]
School [Math and Sciences]
TV Dramas
Making things
Tech
Statistics
Joined: 31-May 08
Profile Views: 4.517*
Last Seen: 13th March 2011 - 04:51 PM
Local Time: Mar 22 2019, 08:42 AM
93 posts (0 per day)
Contact Information
* Profile views updated each hour

Rain

Members

*


Topics
Posts
Comments
Friends
My Content
9 Mar 2011
So it's been forever since I've posted something so here is my contribution to the music world. The following videos are strictly improv and as a result have some mistakes in them - but these are literally purely in-the-moment ideas.

I hope you enjoy! If you prefer just a channel name: Desnetic

Please subscribe and leave comments!










Go to channel : Desnetic to view older recordings


I hope you all enjoy!
26 Jun 2010
So - I have never been able to find good recording equipment so I will just have to use the bad stuff. Here is my first recording ever:



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljw-0srGERA


I hope you enjoy! Sorry it took 2 years to record something ohmy.gif

Rain





18 Nov 2009
I've been watching the Marty Friedman's videos on Melodic Control ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c4V4UUCLGw ) and he suggests "following the chords" which is to a scale that matches the chord, not staying in the same scale as the Key. That being said, I'm really struggling to create an exercise for myself that adequately captures this lesson.

Can anyone help me in making a lesson for chord changes? I don't think I need a video lesson or anything that serious but I would really appreciate a chord progression that has a suggested scale per chord to use. This way I can actually obtain experience while trying to comprehend the subject.

If anyone can help me on this - I would very much appreciate the assistance.

Thanks,
Rain
23 Aug 2009
Heya folks, it's been a very long time!

I have recently fallen in love with a song that I can not for the life of me find the tab for, nor can I figure out how to transcribe it.

Word on the street is that it's from MintJam. Here are two Youtube links that will give you a better idea of what song I'm talking about.

http://www.mintjam.net/mj/ is the website that has similar content to the song I'm about to show you.

MintJam's RIVAL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JqDyzFVnew
(Full song with lyrics. I appologize for the video...it was the only HQ video I could find for the song)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5DGRTjlmrM...feature=related
(Someone playing the song with I think a few extra solo parts. Not sure. Not HQ)

So essentially I love the song to death. Someone mentioned that it was in E-minor, though I am unsure. I'm not too good at the theory yet to know for sure.


My ultimate predicament is that I can't transcribe it into tabs and would like help. I was wondering if anyone wouldn't mind helping me take the song apart and create at least a rough sketch of how to play this piece of music.


Thanks in advance everyone! I hope you are all doing well!

Rain


P.S. Another fantastic song I love by MintJam is CRYING MOON. I can't get enough of these songs! : )
Here is a Youtube link of this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-gxXycw9rE...feature=related

The main song with lyrics can be found on the MintJam website I linked above.

Have a good day everyone


P.S.2. I feel like I should just keep adding to this since I haven't interrupted any conversation yet... Sorry for so many additions


I guess in addition to emulating this song, I was wondering what the best way to achieve this kind of sound is. If it ultimately comes down to just knowing what scale to work from that will be sufficient for now. I just would like to begin playing this kind of music. : )
10 Feb 2009
I"m not particularly sure if this has been posted before but I was wondering what stretches i should perform that are safe. I've lately been stretching in every which way and was wondering what "proper" stretches there are.

If I simply missed where this was posted on the site, feel free to throw me a link - otherwise I'm curious!

I did notice that stretching before a workout drastically improved my ability to stretch so I would like to keep this practice up. Also, are there any recommended stretches for the back?


Thanks everyone,
Rain
Last Visitors


28 May 2014 - 5:14


4 Jun 2012 - 20:23


14 Mar 2012 - 17:20


4 Mar 2012 - 13:39


15 Jan 2012 - 14:47

Comments
Alex87
I think I added you succesfully :p Gonna be off now, but talk to ya soon! Nice meeting you
22 Dec 2008 - 20:11

Friends

587 posts
21st January 2013 - 07:05 PM

25396 posts
5th March 2012 - 10:26 AM

198 posts
18th November 2013 - 11:07 AM

1049 posts
19th March 2013 - 05:43 PM

1940 posts
5th February 2018 - 04:15 AM
View All Friends

RSS Lo-Fi Version Time is now: 22nd March 2019 - 01:42 PM