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post Jan 16 2008, 11:54 PM
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I really want to be involved especially now I can record music smile.gif

I am really into my grunge music like

Alice In Chains
Nirvana
Pearl Jam
Mudhoney
Soundgarden
Mother Love Bone
Smashing Pumpkins
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I propose doing the song Dam That River by Alice In Chains as a starting song. Anyone interested?

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post Jan 17 2008, 12:01 AM
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I would join you but i don't really know much about this style so i better pass and let someone who knows what they're doing join you. Good luck smile.gif
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post Jan 17 2008, 12:02 AM
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I can do either lead or rhythm for the track for anyone interested or bass.


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post Jan 17 2008, 10:11 PM
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We`ve got another band in the process of forming smile.gif

This time Grunge/heavy rock, OrganisedConfusion will be the Band Leader here and now has one other member to join, Jakub Luptovec smile.gif

Please read above for the influences etc

Anyone else want to join? please post your interest here.

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post Jan 17 2008, 10:35 PM
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Sing me surely in;) I can do either lead or rythm(what you prefere me to do...)... and maybeeee singing:) If I wont be too lazy:-P

But as I am listening to the song (Dam the river) I am starting to like the singing line... so on 75% I will be willing to sing it:-P


EDIT: Oho.. just noticed its in DROP C#... bad luck.. I just uptuned from DROP C# back on standart:-D But that's not an issue:-P

YAY for downtune:)

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post Jan 18 2008, 09:54 AM
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Hey Jakub. Great to see another member willing to join my grunge band. We can take it in turns to do Rhythm and Lead but for this song I will take lead if that's ok?

We need other members but if you can sing then we could record this one ourselves as I can play bass and guitar and have both available to use. I can also play keys as well but not important for this song smile.gif Maybe recording a song will get people interested? Can you do drum tracks or not?

What do you think we should call the band?

Oh and I can sing a little also but I'm not the best.

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post Jan 18 2008, 11:43 AM
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Yeah this is great. Im up for the guitars. Sorry i cant talk much cause i gotta run. But i do listen and play a lot of grunge (like Nirvana and Alice in chains). Dam that river is a great song and would be awesome to cover.


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QUOTE (jammer91 @ Jan 18 2008, 10:43 AM) *
Yeah this is great. Im up for the guitars. Sorry i cant talk much cause i gotta run. But i do listen and play a lot of grunge (like Nirvana and Alice in chains). Dam that river is a great song and would be awesome to cover.

Cool. Are you alright with recording songs? Are you used to mixing songs? Doesn't matter if you aren't. If it's ok with Jakub then I think we'll be fine with just the 3 of us working on songs. We'll swap around parts a bit. For this first track I'll step aside and do the bass and if jammer91 does the rhythm and Jakub does the lead. Who is best at programming drums? Jakub wishes to sing also so he can do that.

Also any ideas for a band name?


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post Jan 18 2008, 04:46 PM
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Okay:) Btw. in that singing - would it be enough, to have just one vocie(I hope it will...)? Cause I dont want to sing that multi-voice parts:-D Its kinda tough, to nail the harmonies etc. without notes:-D

Yes, I am familiar with recording.. and with mixing too.. I have Cubase SX3.

About me.. I can send you a recording of my band, so you will know, how my voice does sound - I want to sand it anyway, for criticisms from GMC'ers:)

About our name... I want something Grungy sounding:-D Something dirty, BadA22 yet.. old school sounding:-D We can simply be called Dirt:-D or Dirt shirt:-D just brainstorming:-D


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post Jan 18 2008, 06:32 PM
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Maybe I will add harmonies or try? Will be worth trying. You do Layne's main vocal line and I will try and do Jerry Cantrell's vocal line.

How about "Dragged Through the Dirt" for the name? Using your Dirt idea?


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post Jan 18 2008, 06:43 PM
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It doesnt necesarrily have to have something with dirt:-D Its just 1st thing, that comes on my mind, when I hear grunge:-D (I hope that it doesnt offend you:-P) (it doesnt sound bad though...)

About singing.. sure:)

Btw. we will play in original (DROP C#), or in DROP D?

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post Jan 18 2008, 06:49 PM
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QUOTE (Jakub Luptovec @ Jan 18 2008, 05:43 PM) *
It doesnt necesarrily have to have something with dirt:-D Its just 1st thing, that comes on my mind, when I hear grunge:-D (I hope that it doesnt offend you:-P) (it doesnt sound bad though...)

About singing.. sure:)

Btw. we will play in original (DROP C#), or in DROP D?


6 = C#
5 = G#
4 = C#
3 = F#
2 = A#
1 = D#

That alright?

Do you like Dragged Through The Dirt then or you reckon we can do better?

Also backing drums should be at about 128 beats per minute. That is what the original is at.

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DTTD sounds good to me:-P Also, I accept both the tuning and speed;) I now can play the main riff, first lead guitar part (its a few notes..) and a few segments of solo.. I guess, that I will nail it tomorrow by the evening.. so I can start recording leads soon.

Btw. Do you have guitar pro? we can use it later, for our own creation, if needed.. I can also try to make a kind of sig for our band in photoshop wink.gif

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QUOTE (Jakub Luptovec @ Jan 19 2008, 07:32 AM) *
DTTD sounds good to me:-P Also, I accept both the tuning and speed;) I now can play the main riff, first lead guitar part (its a few notes..) and a few segments of solo.. I guess, that I will nail it tomorrow by the evening.. so I can start recording leads soon.

Btw. Do you have guitar pro? we can use it later, for our own creation, if needed.. I can also try to make a kind of sig for our band in photoshop wink.gif

Yep I have guitar pro so that makes things easier. I'm going to record bass for this one and jammer91 if he is still up for it can play rhythm. Can you make the drum track Jakub and then send to me and I will get bass recorded and then you and jammer91 can get guitars done smile.gif

I will let Smells know our band name and a band sig would be awesome. You're a lot more useful than me lol biggrin.gif


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About that drum track.. Though I have cubase, I dont know, how to use midi or anything:-D I am glad, that I can record normal guitar through it and put some effects, but I dont know more than that I am afraid..sad.gif
But maybe I can get the things done somehow:-P Ill take a look what I can do..


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Anyone else fancy joining and doing a trum track for us for this song?

Otherwise I can give it a shot.


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If you can get me a midi file of your song I`ll put a drum track up for you if you need any help on it smile.gif


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Cheers that would be awesome.

When it is on your PC change .mp3 to .mid and it'll work.

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ok mate got it smile.gif I`ll have it up for you asap, it`ll prob be tomoz night now, rather late to do it now and I`m out almost all day tomoz but back in the evening, it wont take long to do, just the drums yea?


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QUOTE (Smells @ Jan 20 2008, 12:09 AM) *
ok mate got it smile.gif I`ll have it up for you asap, it`ll prob be tomoz night now, rather late to do it now and I`m out almost all day tomoz but back in the evening, it wont take long to do, just the drums yea?

Yeah. That would be great. When you put that up I will get the thundering bassline implemented smile.gif

Thanks for helping us out.


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