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Tolek
post Jan 12 2009, 08:56 PM
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Ok, let´s do a drum track! smile.gif
I just tried to make one with RiffWorks, but I am too stupid for it. biggrin.gif Who takes over?

Enforcer, correct! smile.gif
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post Jan 12 2009, 08:57 PM
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It's just straight up C Aeolian isn't it?
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post Jan 12 2009, 09:02 PM
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QUOTE (fatb0t @ Jan 12 2009, 08:57 PM) *
It's just straight up C Aeolian isn't it?

Yeah. You can use this scale or its pentatonic. (or sometimes the harmonic minor scale)
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post Jan 12 2009, 09:11 PM
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I can do a drum track but I am with my mobile solution so my vsti options is kinda limited because of the cpu needs. I will make a midi file of it if it works and you can make it more realistic on ez drums or something.

One other suggestion, lets make that chord progression "Cmin9 Fmin9 Bdim7 Cmin9" in place of "Cmin9 Fmin9 Bdim7" This diminished chord feels like it requires a Cmin9 before the end of the loop...


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post Jan 12 2009, 09:13 PM
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QUOTE (enforcer @ Jan 12 2009, 09:11 PM) *
I can do a drum track but I am with my mobile solution so my vsti options is kinda limited because of the cpu needs. I will make a midi file of it if it works and you can make it more realistic on ez drums or something.

One other suggestion, lets make that chord progression "Cmin9 Fmin9 Bdim7 Cmin9" in place of "Cmin9 Fmin9 Bdim7" This diminished chord feels like it requires a Cmin9 before the end of the loop...

Ok! However, it´s not Bdim7. smile.gif It´s Dmin7b5 (D F Ab Db). It sounds the same, but the notes aren´t the same.

I´m glad you can do a DT.
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QUOTE (Tolek @ Jan 12 2009, 10:13 PM) *
Ok! However, it´s not Bdim7. smile.gif It´s Dmin7b5 (D F Ab Db). It sounds the same, but the notes aren´t the same.

I´m glad you can do a DT.



yeah man I meant that tongue.gif biggrin.gif



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post Jan 12 2009, 09:34 PM
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What about a bass track? Any thoughts on this? If we had a midi file and someone has a VST it shouldn't be that big of a deal.

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post Jan 12 2009, 09:36 PM
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QUOTE (UncleSkillet @ Jan 12 2009, 09:34 PM) *
What about a bass track? Any thoughts on this? If we had a midi file and someone has a VST it shouldn't be that big of a deal.

I can give it a try tomorrow. However, I never used VSts! laugh.gif Big time to start!
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post Jan 12 2009, 09:37 PM
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QUOTE (UncleSkillet @ Jan 12 2009, 10:34 PM) *
What about a bass track? Any thoughts on this? If we had a midi file and someone has a VST it shouldn't be that big of a deal.


Maybe someone has a bass guitar?


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post Jan 12 2009, 10:05 PM
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QUOTE (enforcer @ Jan 12 2009, 09:37 PM) *
Maybe someone has a bass guitar?

I don´t, but I am currently making a midi file.

I just realized that I wrote something wrong in my previous posts:
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It´s Dmin7b5 (D F Ab Db). It sounds the same, but the notes aren´t the same.

Dmin7b5 is D F Ab C, but I play D F Ab B, so it´s just simply: D dim7.
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post Jan 12 2009, 10:19 PM
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QUOTE (Tolek @ Jan 12 2009, 11:05 PM) *
I don´t, but I am currently making a midi file.

I just realized that I wrote something wrong in my previous posts:

Dmin7b5 is D F Ab C, but I play D F Ab B, so it´s just simply: D dim7.



Dminmaj6/5- tongue.gif tongue.gif tongue.gif

even maybe Abmin/5- laugh.gif

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post Jan 12 2009, 11:33 PM
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I was playing around a bit with Tolek's progression and came up with something like this .. i added a G7 at the end:

Attached File  progression_01.mp3 ( 861.96K ) Number of downloads: 157

Attached File  progression_01_drums.mp3 ( 861.96K ) Number of downloads: 122

Only an idea of course. I'm not sure if you guys want to go in this direction, but maybe we can collect first some ideas from everybody and do a selection afterwards.

Edit:
I added the drum loop as well, if you want to try some else or an idea how to continue this progression.

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QUOTE (wrk @ Jan 12 2009, 11:33 PM) *
I was playing around a bit with Tolek's progression and came up with something like this .. i added a G7 at the end:

Attached File  progression_01.mp3 ( 861.96K ) Number of downloads: 157

Attached File  progression_01_drums.mp3 ( 861.96K ) Number of downloads: 122

Only an idea of course. I'm not sure if you guys want to go in this direction, but maybe we can collect first some ideas from everybody and do a selection afterwards.

Edit:
I added the drum loop as well, if you want to try some else or an idea how to continue this progression.


I like it wrk smile.gif.

The progression is great, however for me it's a bit repetitive. What about having this progression for about 1/2 the time currently, and have a transition to another progression (which a similar length) - (am currently on the road, so can't really give input to the other progression before some time tomorrow). Once we have that, everybody could record a take on either progression 1 or 2 and we can mix it together nicely?

Just an idea smile.gif


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QUOTE (Velvet Roger @ Jan 12 2009, 11:59 PM) *
I like it wrk smile.gif.

The progression is great, however for me it's a bit repetitive. What about having this progression for about 1/2 the time currently, and have a transition to another progression (which a similar length) - (am currently on the road, so can't really give input to the other progression before some time tomorrow). Once we have that, everybody could record a take on either progression 1 or 2 and we can mix it together nicely?

Just an idea smile.gif


of course.. i played this progression one time and looped it. Just as an example. After 2 times should come something else for sure.




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I liked it to wrk smile.gif Has room in the progression for a cool bass grove and some spicey guitar licks tongue.gif

We do need a change though. I can't jam right now because it's a school night and I'm playing the Daddy role. sad.gif


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QUOTE (enforcer @ Jan 12 2009, 10:19 PM) *
Dminmaj6/5- tongue.gif tongue.gif tongue.gif

even maybe Abmin/5- laugh.gif

Aaaaaaaaaaaahhhh! biggrin.gif That´s the tiredness. Sorry! biggrin.gif I wrote the wrong notes again. The real notes are: D F Ab Cb. The Cb doens´t sound odd because it´s the B, the Major 7th from the C minor scale. And the chord is: D dim. Or am I wrong again? laugh.gif


Awesome backing, wrk. Thanks!


I spontaneously played a progression that is a 2nd minor higher and it goes like this (starting from the last chord of the first Cmin progression):
G7 - G# - C#min - C#min - G# - A - F#min - G# - C#min...
Attached File  onetwo.mp3 ( 616.59K ) Number of downloads: 120

Is this good?

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I got an idea, lets name our band!!

few ideas I know they are kinda silly:

MeanTaurus
Dream Tutors
Alien Fingers Big Band
the G10
GMC Security Council
Cold Laboration
GuitarPlayster United

what do you think? laugh.gif


QUOTE (Tolek @ Jan 13 2009, 07:00 PM) *
Aaaaaaaaaaaahhhh! biggrin.gif That´s the tiredness. Sorry! biggrin.gif I wrote the wrong notes again. The real notes are: D F Ab Cb. The Cb doens´t sound odd because it´s the B, the Major 7th from the C minor scale. And the chord is: D dim. Or am I wrong again? laugh.gif


Awesome backing, wrk. Thanks!


I spontaneously played a progression that is a 2nd minor higher and it goes like this (starting from the last chord of the first Cmin progression):
G7 - G# - C#min - C#min - G# - A - F#min - G# - C#min...
Attached File  onetwo.mp3 ( 616.59K ) Number of downloads: 120

Is this good?

Yeah man, there are somedays all of us lack some attention biggrin.gif Np, it sounds good nomatter whats the name biggrin.gif

The backing works for me, and I got a question, is there a piezo bridge on your axe or this is a acoustic guitar?


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QUOTE (enforcer @ Jan 13 2009, 06:08 PM) *
I got an idea, lets name our band!!

few ideas I know they are kinda silly:

MeanTaurus
Dream Tutors
Alien Fingers Big Band
the G10
GMC Security Council
Cold Laboration
GuitarPlayster United

what do you think? laugh.gif



Yeah man, there are somedays all of us lack some attention biggrin.gif Np, it sounds good nomatter whats the name biggrin.gif

The backing works for me, and I got a question, is there a piezo bridge on your axe or this is a acoustic guitar?

biggrin.gif I use my lovely JEM, switched to the bridge pick up (in the second part). The tone is created by POD Farm where the amp is a Line6 Piezacoustic.

That names are pretty cool. biggrin.gif I´d go for "Dream Tutors", "the G10" or "GMC Security Council". And here´s my proposition:
Kris and the fantastic 10
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QUOTE (Tolek @ Jan 13 2009, 06:12 PM) *
That names are pretty cool. biggrin.gif I´d go for "Dream Tutors", "the G10" or "GMC Security Council". And here´s my proposition:
Kris and the fantastic 10
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laugh.gif laugh.gif ... the fantastic 10 will be soon reduced to the fantastic 5

Dream Tutors sounds cute i think smile.gif




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QUOTE (wrk @ Jan 13 2009, 06:15 PM) *
laugh.gif laugh.gif ... the fantastic 10 will be soon reduced to the fantastic 5

Dream Tutors sounds cute i think smile.gif

biggrin.gif I don´t want to loose half my body if you know what I mean... sad.gif laugh.gif


Oh, and I decided who gets my vote for band leader: wrk. smile.gif But I think, this won´t change much. biggrin.gif
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