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post Jan 5 2009, 09:56 PM
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Hey everyone is The Classical Rock Collab Final Mix

It was a pleasure listening to everyones takes and creativity. As always theese are just my personal thoughts on your playing, i tried to focus on your strenghts, and if so weakness. Thanks for taking part in my collab smile.gif

Number off participants : 15
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Skennington

Nice layed back sound, fits the track very good. Your first lick
is very mellow, and sounds great.I like your relatively simple
but melodic approach to the track, you might need to work a bit
on your vibrato, to make it sound more confident.

Kjutte

Very cool intro Kjutte, there might be a bit too much distortion
on your sound for my taste, but that is a personal prefence,
anything else here is superb, your note choice, fast runs and
most of all very dynamic and expressive playing, great take


Toroso

Very cool lick you play in the beginning here Toroso, the fact
that you take a break after it makes it even more effective and
easy to remember. Your playing is very creative and could be
enhanced greatly if you improved on your vibrato, and timing,
good job smile.gif

Tjchep

You start out slow, you sound alittle unsecure on where you're
going, but as the track progresses you catch up and play some
really great licks, even though you have heard this a million
times again i have to praise you for great vibrato,
expressiveness and control. Great take.

Superize

Very cool intro, sounds a bit exotic to me, but interresting
note choice, and it fits the track well, i dont really have any
critics, only slight rhythmic issues when you tremolo, but i
enjoyed your take, it was different, and interresting smile.gif

Velvet Roger

Great sence of rhythm here, your tone sounds a bit thin, but you
r playing is interresting and i like your note choice, very
melodic and smooth. Great take smile.gif

Amjurrell

I really like where your going with this, that was a killer
introriff, very expressive with a great tone phrasing, bending
in the end is very effective too, dont have anything to
critisize, great take.

Enforcer

Great intro here, your playing sounds very confident and secure.
Tone is nice for this track as well, expressive and well carried
out solo, great job smile.gif

Kyldeee

This was a very nice suprise, you proved that sometimes less is
more with a very slow but melodic solo, you told a story and
brought it home smile.gif One of your notes is a bit out of tune, but
no worries there, Very cool take Kyldeee.

Grindguer

First off all, i have to apologize for not including your take in the final mix, there was a problem with your files and i got an errormessage that crashed my DAW when i openened it. If you got a chance to reupload it i will gladly mix it in, but for now here is the comments on your take.

I like your tone and simple melodic playing, its very effective and smooth, and certainly melt togetehr with the track in a nice way smile.gif i dont really have anything to critize you on playing wise, great job.

Col Roberts

Great idea to play acoustic Col, it surely goes along perfectly
with this track. I really like your playing here, your timing is
a bit off here and there, but its nothing a good ol metronome
practice cant fix smile.gif You showed a great sence of melody, and
creativity.

Patrik Jezierski

Great to have in on this one as well Patrik, i always enjoy
listening to your playing, and you didnt dissapoint here either.
Great playing, tone and phrasing. It never gets boring or
monotome, great job man smile.gif

Berko

Really enjoyed your take, very expressive playing. There was a
few wrong notes here and there, but its no big deal, your take
was creative and very melodic, good job Berko smile.gif


Tolek

Glad to have you onboard for this collab smile.gif Your obviusly a very
skilled player, and i really enjoyed your take, your tone
sounded a bit thin to me though, its always a personal
preference, but i can imagine with a bit mor warmth to it it
would sound killer smile.gif Nicely carried out solo, and cool speedy
lick in the end.

Coffeeman

That was a cool take Coffeeman, some really odd rhythmic playing
here, timing was good though so it sounded cool. I like your
creativy approach, and sence of melody, and i can tell you have
a good control of the guitar, well done mate.


Thats all for now, see you in my next collab smile.gif

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post Jan 5 2009, 10:04 PM
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Thank you man, it was one of the most backtracks I've ever done collab with. Thank you for comments and take care mate biggrin.gif


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post Jan 5 2009, 10:04 PM
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Great job on the final mix Siggum, and thanks for your kind words smile.gif

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post Jan 5 2009, 10:06 PM
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Great collab Everybody it was son long ago so i had forgott how my take sounded


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post Jan 5 2009, 10:20 PM
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wow, lots of great takes, and very cool comments Siggum, great job man, and great job everyone! smile.gif


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Thanks Siggum for your comments and mixing and great takes indeed for everyone smile.gif


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Thank you Siggum for this great mix! smile.gif

Are you referring to timing in the comment about me? Cause I when playing out of scale I used those notes to lead to a stronger note of the scale.


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post Jan 5 2009, 11:50 PM
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Thanks for the comment and collab Siggum! smile.gif That was a very nice backing to work with.

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post Jan 5 2009, 11:56 PM
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Thanks for the comments man smile.gif really enjoyed his backing track, great mix down and awesome/interesting takes from everyone!

Wish I'd worked on my tone a little more, but was satisfied with my take more or less smile.gif


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post Jan 6 2009, 12:04 AM
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Wow what a great collab...that was so awesome!!! Great job all I totally enjoyed listening to that.


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post Jan 6 2009, 12:50 AM
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Thanks for all your work on this collab, Siggum. Really enjoyed participating. Great takes everyone.
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post Jan 6 2009, 01:10 AM
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Once again Siggum, Thanks for the collab and comments. smile.gif Awesome BT! All of you guys turned in some great takes! Enjoyed it!


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post Jan 6 2009, 01:21 AM
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Thanks for your kind words siggum smile.gif
but i noticed that you placed my take a bit before the backing-track so it's out of tempo. rolleyes.gif tongue.gif
but overall great job to you Siggum and to all you other participants.
I've said it before and I say it again, your backingtracks sounds awesome Siggum! smile.gif


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post Jan 6 2009, 01:21 PM
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QUOTE (Patrik Jezierski @ Jan 6 2009, 01:21 AM) *
Thanks for your kind words siggum smile.gif
but i noticed that you placed my take a bit before the backing-track so it's out of tempo. rolleyes.gif tongue.gif
but overall great job to you Siggum and to all you other participants.
I've said it before and I say it again, your backingtracks sounds awesome Siggum! smile.gif


Ops, did i do that? laugh.gif fixing it later and reuploading sorry smile.gif


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post Jan 6 2009, 02:55 PM
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Thank you for your work, Siggum! smile.gif I will work on my sound for sure. smile.gif
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Hey Siggum, thank you very much for the comments. Here is my take. This time, I encoded it in mp3 with a constant bitrate. Maybe that was the problem ? If you have time to put it in the final mix, I will be glad.
Thanks again for this collaboration.
Edit : I add a wav version. I hope it will work this time. Thank you for your patience. I really appreciate.

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Great collab awesome takes in there. Your backings are just beautiful Siggum , thanks for the kind comments.


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post Jan 6 2009, 04:44 PM
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Great takes guys , so many cool solos to listen in this on!! Good work of putting this all together Siggum!!


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Awesome backing track, great playing and takes. Some really inspirational melodies , I enjoyed listening to it.

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