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post Aug 26 2008, 11:11 PM
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First of all i wanna thank everyone who participated in my first collab, it was a pleasure listening to all of your takes, and i certainly didnt expect this many entries smile.gif

Because of the ammount of takes the comments will be relatively short. Also keep in mind that i am no master or expert on guitar, theese are just my personal view on your takes and i might not know how long everyone of you has been playing.

Due to the length of the track, ive written the time of your solo, just in case your too lazy to liste to the whole track to get to your take tongue.gif

Sorry for the massive file size, its worth downloading though smile.gif

number of participants : 24

Here is the final mix : Attached File  3.4_Collab_Final_Mix.mp3 ( 38MB ) Number of downloads: 345



Smells
0.0-0.43


Your tone and phrasing is great and i love the arpeggiatted run near the end. I also think its great the way you build the solo slow in the beginning and add more power and notes later to make it rise with the track.

Tjchep

0.43-1.23


Nice take man, The start of solo is not as dedicated as the end where you really seem to know what to play. I've always said that you have a great vibrato, and i like the way you used it here, not too much but you spiced it up in the end wich sounds great.

Muris

1.23-2.06


Beautifull take Muris, i love the phrasing and the melodic runs,they fit the track perfectly. The "whale" like sound is a great touch as well and adds diversity to the solo, just brilliant smile.gif

Wrk

2.06-2.46


I love the first riff you make, very strong and dedicated, also you played one of the most beautifull runs in this collab, with the bend just before the second part of the track. Overall a great solo, with nice phrasing and note choice.

Andrew C.

2.46-3.26


Great solo as well, i love the long note in the beginning, and the way you attack the string to make it more powerfull is great. Great arpeggiated run in the middle as well, adds diversity. I love the way you end the solo as well, very convincing.

USAMAN

3.26-4.08


Very interresting take here, the run you make in the beginning sounds very original and is easy recognizable, something happens with your sound after that, im not sure if its on purpose or not but somehow it still sounds good, overall a great solo.

Caelumamittendum

4.08-4.50


Nice take Cael, i like licks in the beginning, your phrasing is great as well, perhabs your not 100% sure what to play in the second part of the solo but nothing wrong with that, its still a great take. PS. thanks for uploading a video take as well, was fun smile.gif

Iluha

4.50-5.25


Great solo Iluha, you seemed to have many nice ideas here, excellent note choice as well, and the whole solo is well connected from A to B, also you phrased very melodically, wich s great offcourse.

Skennington

5.25-6.08


Smooth tone you used here, works pretty good for this track. I would say you shouldnt be afraid to try and use some vibration here and there, but considering how long you have played i think its a very nice solo, you bend alittle as well, and you make some nice melodic runs.

Bali

6.08-6.50.


Crazy introduction riff, very powerfull but original at the same time. Perhabs your tone is a little sharp, but somehow it fits the way you play. Very interrestering phrasing as well, good job.

Kyldee

6.50-7.31


Very mellow introduction, wich sounds great also your tone is alot more fitting now than in your first takes, i would work alittle but on trying to bend and vibrate to connect your ideas, you hit a wrong note in the end, but its no big deal smile.gif good job overall.

Nemanja

7.31-8.13


It's always a pleasure to listen to your ideas and takes Nemanja, this is great as well i especially like the part where you sing " in this world" it has a very strong effect, perhabs a different melody to line up to the finish could have been used, but thats just a preference, great take mate smile.gif

Bubbalicious

8.13-8.52


Fun little riff in the intro here, however your tone is a little thin, i think it could benefit from a bit of distortion and delay. Your phrasing is pretty good though and i think it would sound even better if you let some of the notes ring out more, to make them breathe.

Henry Dietzel

8.52-9.33


Great take Henry, i love your original ideas, and your excellent rhythmic phrasing. Also your note choice is becoming a trademark of yours by now i think smile.gif, i really like the way you build up the solo near the end with the fast runs, sounds awsome.

Vasilis

9.33-10.14


Really odd intro you make here, but its very catchy at the same time, going a bit out of tune on purpose, very original. Great rhythmic phrasing and note choice as well, i like the build up to the end is very nice as well, but the ending riff itself is a little weak, overall a great take though.

Coffeeman

10.14-10.57


Beautifull take man, your note choice is very good and fits this track perfectly.I like your tone too, your arpeggio run wasnt too strong, but this was overall a great solo with loads of "feel" in it.

Velvet Roger

10.57-11.35


Very soft and mellow introduction, perhabs your tone could use alittle more middle and treble. Some more vibrato at the end of the notes would probably do you good here. Nice melodic runs though, especially in the beginning of the second part of the track you came up with a nice riff, good job.

Dexxter

11.35-12.16


Great solo Dexxter, i like the way you slowly build it up, and then add more in the second part. Some nice rhythmic phrasings ideas here as well, perhabs you could work alittle on

your tone to make it smoother, either by some chorus, or some delay. Great job overall.

Kjutte

12.16-12.55


Awsome solo Kjutte, loads of feeling here very nice. Also i love the way you make the guitar scream, its a bit sad that the last part faded too quick, but untill then you've played a brilliant solo, great job.

Wollace

12.55-13.39


Very smooth intro you played here, i like that idea very much, great use of effect, you bend a bit too high on one of thoose notes, however its no big deal.The rest of the solo is pretty solid, good job overall.

Scorpiotic.

13.39-14.19


I think you got some good ideas, but are still a bit unsure on how to excecute them. First i think you should try and hold the notes a bit longer, to tie them together more smoothly, secondly your tone itself could some delay, distortion or even reverb to make it come more alive. The note choice however is pretty good, and like i mentioned in the beginning, its a matter of time because you can express your ideas better.

Kaznie

14.19-15.00


Your progressing alot Kaznie, you came along way since your first collab takes. I like your tone here, and you hit some pretty nice melodies as well, in the second part you seemed to be more focused on what to play and it sounded more dedicated than the first part. Good job overall.

Superize

15.00-15.41


Great introduction, you seem to be very confident in your playing here, and your making some nice little melodic riffs here and there, you were abit more unsecure in the second part of the track, but thats allright i think you did a great job, i know its not the kind of genre you would normally play too.

Patrik Jezierski

15.41- end of track.


What a way to end this collab, this was one of the most powerfull takes. Outstanding phrasing here Patrick,and great control over the instrument. You made some brilliant melodic runs during the last part, awsome tone as well fits this track perfectly. Got Nothing to critize here smile.gif



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post Aug 26 2008, 11:19 PM
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Congrats everybody , this was a pleasure to listen to ! smile.gif
Very nice mix a overall job Siggum!


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post Aug 26 2008, 11:41 PM
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Wao Siggum ... you did an awesome job with this collab!!
The final mix is the proof that your smooth backing track was making it easy for everybody to participate with great takes they can be proud of.

Thanks for the comment, time and effort smile.gif




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post Aug 26 2008, 11:42 PM
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Good job everyone. Very nice. smile.gif
And thanks for the comment, Siggum, will work on the tone smile.gif Also, great job on mixing.


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post Aug 26 2008, 11:53 PM
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wow huge file! laugh.gif but your right was well worth d/loading, some good takes, good job guys, great job Sigge & thanks for your comments and efforts, cheers biggrin.gif


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Got a few minutes to comment while downloading... laugh.gif I'm sure it will be well worth the wait smile.gif Thank you for your time here Sig and also for the comments. I'm working hard on my vibrato but just can't seem to make it stand out in my playing. Guess that's what practice is for.. cool.gif

Great job to all of you guys, some really cool stuff in this one. I'd be lying if I said I havn't heard them all tongue.gif


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post Aug 27 2008, 12:42 AM
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Wow, excellent collab everyone! I found this to be totally inspiring! Thask so much Siggum smile.gif


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post Aug 27 2008, 01:37 AM
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Great collab everyone! smile.gif

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post Aug 27 2008, 02:50 AM
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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Aug 26 2008, 07:42 PM) *
Wow, excellent collab everyone! I found this to be totally inspiring! Thask so much Siggum smile.gif

2nd that, I really enjoyed hearing this take all together.
Everyone's take came across great!

This was a great collab Sig, thanks for the comments too biggrin.gif

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Thanks Siggum for the mixing and the comments, really helpful in order for me to improve further! smile.gif


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Wow, what an incredible collab this turned up... so many wonderful takes, I think it's the most melodic Collab we ever had!

Thanks Siggum! great job!


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Thanks for the comment. The last part of the solo was puru imporv so that is why i am not sure what to play there and tht it is not my style to play i actually enjoy playing solos on this kind of track more then on a metal track.


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post Aug 27 2008, 08:56 AM
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This was a very powerful collab. Everybody did a really nice job!
And thanks to you Siggum for recording such a great backingtrack, as for all the comments smile.gif


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post Aug 27 2008, 09:30 AM
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thanx to all and especially a special thanx to siggum!!

this was my first collab and i really liek hearing the final product. your comment is really helpful to me! smile.gif smile.gif




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Awesome collab- great takes everyone smile.gif

My take seemed to disappear tho...?
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QUOTE (DeepRoots @ Aug 27 2008, 10:42 AM) *
Awesome collab- great takes everyone smile.gif

My take seemed to disappear tho...?


Ups!! laugh.gif Sooo sorry Deep, i dont know how i missed it unsure.gif i Will add your take to the mix tonight mate, sorry.

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Awesome job Siggum, 24 is a lot to mix biggrin.gif Great job everyone as well! smile.gif


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QUOTE (Siggum @ Aug 27 2008, 10:12 AM) *
Ups!! laugh.gif Sooo sorry Deep, i dont know how i missed it unsure.gif i Will add your take to the mix tonight mate, sorry.

It's cool- you had a huge job to do as it was i see ohmy.gif

Don't worry about posting it in the mix, it was cool enough having a jam over it. (I wil be using this track for a while i think, thanks biggrin.gif )
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QUOTE (DeepRoots @ Aug 27 2008, 11:38 AM) *
It's cool- you had a huge job to do as it was i see ohmy.gif

Don't worry about posting it in the mix, it was cool enough having a jam over it. (I wil be using this track for a while i think, thanks biggrin.gif )


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Great job on mixing Siggum smile.gif And thanks for the comment

great takes everybody smile.gif


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