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mattacuk
Jul 22 2007, 10:01 PM
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Ive been listening to your "Remembering Amanda" Mp3 that you posted a while back - i have to say i really love it! do you have any more like this?! biggrin.gif

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Andrew Cockburn
Jul 22 2007, 10:50 PM
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QUOTE (mattacuk @ Jul 22 2007, 05:01 PM) *
Ive been listening to your "Remembering Amanda" Mp3 that you posted a while back - i have to say i really love it! do you have any more like this?! biggrin.gif


Hey thanks Matt smile.gif

That was a little out on a limb for me, but I usually err on the melodic side. I have a couple of pieces I am working on at the moment, but like remembering Amanda, I have to improve my technique before I can play them the way they need to be played ... currently working on Steve Vai like techniques for a piece called "Transcendence" but it is far from finished (and far from Steve Vai!).

Actually writing something you can't play yet is a great way to motivate yourself wink.gif

I'll keep you posted!

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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Jul 22 2007, 11:50 PM) *
Actually writing something you can't play yet is a great way to motivate yourself wink.gif


That's what i do all the time!! biggrin.gif Seriously - i always think of something i can't play and have to practice a lot. That's why i never run out of ideas for exercises smile.gif Right now i have - let's say - finished song but it should be played in 140 and i can only keep up with backing track at around 130, maybe 135. it's full of killer licks and i hope i'll nail it down pretty soon so i can share it with you!

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