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post Mar 21 2008, 03:38 PM
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Hey guys now it is time for my first recording upload. rolleyes.gif
I choosed the Beginner Solo in D Lesson from Muris because i love it. On this try i have little timing mistakes and sometimes I a hit a wrong note. I think I set myself to much under pressure because i want to record it perfectly.
I think i must reach a point where I am relaxed and then the recording getting better.
Your opinion is very important for me so post you comments please.
(Now my shirt is a quite full sweat because I am waiting for your comments) wink.gif

PS. You have to wait 7 seconds till the record start

Greetz Edguy
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post Mar 21 2008, 03:48 PM
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I like it smile.gif Not many mistakes, u spent a long time learning this lesson well i see.

One point id make is that it would feel and sound alot cooler with vibrato- that would make it come alive so work on your vibrato a little smile.gif

First upload?!? I wanna see more tongue.gif

Great job, and i also feel under pressure when recording- my collab uploads can sometimes take 60+ takes till the recording nerves go and i get a take im happy with.

Keep at it!
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post Mar 21 2008, 03:58 PM
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I like it smile.gif Not many mistakes, u spent a long time learning this lesson well i see.

One point id make is that it would feel and sound alot cooler with vibrato- that would make it come alive so work on your vibrato a little smile.gif

First upload?!? I wanna see more tongue.gif

Great job, and i also feel under pressure when recording- my collab uploads can sometimes take 60+ takes till the recording nerves go and i get a take im happy with.

Keep at it!


Hey Deep Roots thanks for the nice answer. Yeah you're right i have to work on my vibrato. I am happy that I am not alone with the feeling of pressure during a recording.

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post Mar 21 2008, 06:37 PM
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I'll go with everything DeepRoots said smile.gif

Good work, and keep it up smile.gif


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post Mar 21 2008, 11:18 PM
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Nice one dude. smile.gif


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post Mar 22 2008, 11:25 PM
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Excellent job! You obviously have spent a great deal of time with this. Aside from the vibrato aspects that others have pointed out.

Be sure to make your bends come up to pitch. I know when first starting out bending can be a painful experience but with time and patience you will make those notes come alive!


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