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10 May 2007
Here's my first good recording of the midi file I posted before...

What do you think? I recorded it using Digitech RP350 and Audacity...
Drums were made in Rythm Rascal biggrin.gif
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9 May 2007
I've just thought up a new song, but I need some advices from you GMCers...

I dont really know what I shall do to continue the song...

Shall I make a riff, some chords or a melody...? I need some advice tongue.gif

I dont have the capacitiy to record yet, so I wrote it down in GP and made it to a MIDI file, so you all can listen... biggrin.gif
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23 Apr 2007
How many here is listening to Porcupine Tree? They are one of the greatest bands right now imo.

I just got their latest release, "Fear of a Blank Planet" and its one of the greatest albums I've ever listened to! I recommend it to every prog listener here at GMC.
22 Apr 2007
I found out that if you learn the whole pentatonic boxes (that isnt so hard I assume) and then fill in the missing notes for the major scale, it is a lot easier to remember modes and such.

You connect the modes to different pentatonic boxes, for instance box 1 goes to Aeolian mode, box 2 goes to Ionian/Locrian mode etc.

What do you think of that way to memorize modes? Is it good or does it suck? biggrin.gif
18 Apr 2007
If you make a drum pattern in Guitar Pro, can you import it to EZDrummer??

It will be a lot easier to make drum patterns if its possible, so does anyone know if it works?
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