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David Wallimann
post Jan 23 2008, 05:03 PM
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A few weeks ago, I invited ten of you to participate in a modulation improvisation session. Here is the result!
I am very pleased with all the takes, they are all very different and unique, but all contain something wonderful. You guys rock, thanks so much for your participation and keep up the excellent work!

Here is the final mix, listen to it and read the comments. Enjoy!

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Andrew
Great job and awesome tone man! Your amp sounds fantastic! Your ideas were melodic and worked very well on the track. I really like how you started each new key, very well done! One suggestion to work on would be maybe to try to start an idea in one key and finish it in the other. Keep up the excellent work!

Bodo
You really set up a unique mood in this one. Crazy shred there man. I really love the different ideas exposed. I would recommend working a bit on rythm placement, but that's just to be very picky. Overall you did a fantastic job. I particulary like what you did on the 3rd key. it gives your lead a second breath. Very good!

Coffeeman
Man, you are getting better and better through these collabs. You did a great job following all the chabges and developed some very cool improvisation ideas. I love what you did between the 3rd and 4th key, starting an idea in obne key and continuing it in the next one. You totally got the idea! Awesome job!

Ezravdb
Very bluesy take there my friend. At first I was a little thrown off with the major 3rd you used on the opening key, but then got used to it and like it a lot. I love how you built your lead from soft to high gain. One of my favourite parts is on the 3rd key change. At the end you started a very very cool rythm motif well worth exploring. Great job!

FatbOt
Very good job here, great demonstration of good technique and musicianship. I really appreciate your bends, you have something unique when you play them that is very interesting. I can't quite put my hand on it (or my eas for the matter), but whatever it is you're doing, keep doing it! Your sequence playing over pentatonics is very interesting too, keep it up!

Leadbreak
Brother, you have something exceptionally unique. I knew this was you playing without having to read your name. I love your rythm repetition motis. You have a great sense of lead building that will set you apart as a guitar player. Keep up the excellent work!

Muris
Muris, your lead is a whole lesson on itself! I don't understand how you do it... But I love it! Were no picks involved here? This is excellent on a technical point of view and very interesting harmonically. Next time you do something like that, please give us tabs! biggrin.gif

PlayAllDay
PlayAllDay, your lead is really good! The choice of notes and rythm section is very pleasing to the ear. There's something very satisfying to me when I hear your take. I like how you went from one key to the other without giving the listener a feel of confusion. Keep up the great work!


Sb81
Your lead was remarkable in the way you followed the instructions. Your choice of notes followed the tack very well and that's what I wanted! You have proven here that you understand all the concepts and I applaud you. Keep working hard, you're doing great!

Smells
What a great lead you have here Smells. I love your how you built everything. Great tne, great chops and great creativity. You have a very intersting smart shred style that I love. Great work!


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post Jan 23 2008, 05:19 PM
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Coffeeman
Man, you are getting better and better through these collabs. You did a great job following all the chabges and developed some very cool improvisation ideas. I love what you did between the 3rd and 4th key, starting an idea in obne key and continuing it in the next one. You totally got the idea! Awesome job!


Thanks for your kind words David, and thanks for your lessons , at last I am understanding modes and thats because of your lessons.

This is an awesome collab , great work everyone!



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post Jan 23 2008, 05:24 PM
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cant wait to get home from work and have a listen!, thanks David


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post Jan 23 2008, 06:01 PM
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Awesome - thanks for the kind words David! Love the idea of changing key mid phrase, I'll give that a try, sounds like a challenge!

Well done to everyone else as well !


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Great collab guys smile.gif


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post Jan 23 2008, 07:06 PM
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Thank you for doing this Dave, and thanks for letting me participate.

Tried to listen at work, but don't have headphones... will give it a good listen at home!

Thanks again.
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post Jan 23 2008, 07:25 PM
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Awesome work on mix Dave,great takes guys,well done!!! smile.gif


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QUOTE (Wallimann @ Jan 23 2008, 10:03 AM) *
A few weeks ago, I invited ten of you to participate in a modulation improvisation session. Here is the result!
I am very pleased with all the takes, they are all very different and unique, but all contain something wonderful. You guys rock, thanks so much for your participation and keep up the excellent work!

Here is the final mix, listen to it and read the comments. Enjoy!

Attached File  Modulation_finished.mp3 ( 12.09MB ) Number of downloads: 255


Thanks for your efforts and comments, this was a ton of fun. cool.gif


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post Jan 23 2008, 08:44 PM
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Awesome work David....Thank you for your comments... You pushed os (me) forward with this one... Thanks...
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post Jan 23 2008, 08:55 PM
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smile.gif finally got to have a listen, really cool collab David, thank you for the kind words.

Great work everyone excellent biggrin.gif


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post Jan 23 2008, 10:11 PM
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David, thanks for letting us have this opportunity. It was a great deal of fun and a very unique backing track indeed.

Next time don't be afraid to criticize us more, particularly in things we should work on so we could sound as good as the GMC instructors!
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post Jan 23 2008, 11:33 PM
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Good job everyone! Great collab Walli smile.gif


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post Jan 24 2008, 12:11 AM
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That was a really fun backing to jam over David - thanks for all your work and comments, this is a great collab! biggrin.gif

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post Jan 31 2008, 02:36 AM
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Cool good work guys! And andrew, it's nice to finally hear your amp smile.gif I like it!


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post Jan 31 2008, 02:44 AM
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QUOTE (fatb0t @ Jan 23 2008, 10:11 PM) *
David, thanks for letting us have this opportunity. It was a great deal of fun and a very unique backing track indeed.

Next time don't be afraid to criticize us more, particularly in things we should work on so we could sound as good as the GMC instructors!


I guess a part of it is related to my take huh.gif
It would be easier for me to play few sticky and warm notes but that's not greatest boost for you,
specially it's not boost to get you practicing more...

Once more,great collab!! smile.gif

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Great job guys really enjoyed it. Muris, you need to practice your modes and get that tone of your guitar fixed. That new rig sounds wierd laugh.gif Love it.. awsome job my friend.


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