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post Oct 9 2008, 06:49 PM
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Here is the Final mix of Michael Jackson Collab, and sorry for the delay smile.gif

I know this wasnt exactly the easiest track to jam over, allthough it's a simple 1-2 rhythm, it still required some good timing, plus you would have to be very creative in the first part of the tune, since there is no chord progression and almost only a beat. ´

So, here we go and thanks for your efforts smile.gif

Final mix : Attached File  MJC_Final_Mix.mp3 ( 12.73MB ) Number of downloads: 274


Tjchep

Smooth intro there Tjchep, not 100% sure you knew exactly what to play, but you convinced it with your way of playing thoose dedicated notes. I love your play in the second part however, very expressive and as always nice vibrato smile.gif


Kaznie

Funky intro there, doubling of the guitars had an interresting effect, alittle more timing and it would have sounded really cool, love the idea though smile.gif Second part is pretty good as well, you should perhabs practise a little bit on the bends and maybe find a sound with a bit delay on to make it smoother, other than that good take.

Velvet Roger

Cool intro here, only a slight bend out of pitch, but good idea nonetheless smile.gif Second part is also good despite hitting a few off-notes here and there, you good a pretty good sence of rhythm, just a work a bit on the sound and bends.

Ivan Milenkovic

Love the crazy Wah sound you choose man, and very cool backing guitars as well biggrin.gif I loved the whole concept actually, was very fitting with the "jazzy" playing.. great take Ivan biggrin.gif

Nihil Kei

Very cool intro Nihil, you got the funk for sure biggrin.gif Also your timing is awsome. Second part is just as cool with doubling guitars, and a very catchy and easy reckognizable melody. Not much to critize, good job man smile.gif

Superize

Pretty creative first part, good job staying wtihin the beat. Second part is also cool, it does sound like your not totally sure what to play at times, but it's no big deal. Your timing is pretty good as well.

David Walliman

Great take man, i love the sound you used for this, and your note choice is pretty awsome as well. It filled out the first part of the track really well, second part is just as convincing, love the jazzy feel smile.gif

Enforer

Very screamy intro there, perhabs a bit too much, cool idea nonetheless though. You got great sence of rhythm, and creative playing alltogether, overall good take man.

Wrk

I'm a big fan of your playing Wrk, and you surely didnt dissapoint here, cool intro with a smooth vibe. Second half is very expressive, and your bends are top notch, as well as your rhythm and overall feel. Great job man


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post Oct 9 2008, 06:58 PM
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Nice solos guys, well done. Nice mixed Siggum smile.gif Wish I could have joined this one, but I missed it wink.gif


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post Oct 9 2008, 08:07 PM
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Great job everyone, thanks for putting this together Siggum!!!



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post Oct 9 2008, 08:34 PM
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Great playing from all. Not a MJ fan, but this would've been fun.


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post Oct 9 2008, 09:15 PM
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Thanks for the comments. Great playing all and thanks for the mixing Siggum smile.gif

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Really good takes from everyone !!

Thanks Siggum, i really appreciate your comment smile.gif ...
I only can repeat that i love your backing tracks, they have this professional sounding touch which is even more challenging to contribute something. I would love to know how you do it !!




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post Oct 9 2008, 11:39 PM
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Great work guys ! Lovely track you did in this one! smile.gif


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Another amazing collab,great work guys,and great backing Siggum.smile.gif
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Thnx Siggum! I realy have problems with sounds indeed tongue.gif


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post Oct 14 2008, 08:07 PM
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Thanks for comments Siggum, I used autowah from GR3 - not very successfully tho biggrin.gif

Great job guys on the collab, it was my pleasure participating.


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