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Muris Varajic
post Mar 8 2009, 05:26 PM
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QUOTE (UncleSkillet @ Mar 8 2009, 05:21 PM) *
laugh.gif I would like to see this! Maybe you could do the tapping part with your nose. tongue.gif biggrin.gif laugh.gif


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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Mar 8 2009, 05:05 PM) *
Thanks for update Monte,
you did make a huge plans and I can't wait to see those next takes! smile.gif


I see you were using whammy bar A LOT here which is great nonetheless
but there are some quite a shorter notes and you did dive after most of them,
it sounded like overpushed and out of tune cause you indeed
don't have enough time to perform all those whammy tricks there
and keep them sweet sounding.
I'm talking about smaller details here, phrasing moments
that you should think of when you play or compose,
those details no matter how small they are are making major difference! smile.gif

Picking was fine too,
you did open your fist pretty much on last section but that is NOT a problem at all,
just try to close it and not anchor when doing faster stuff,
for slower licks you can even use your teeth, just don't break them! laugh.gif

Good job Monte, keep 'em coming! cool.gif

Totally agree Muris!! I'm gpnna post another take on the lydian lesson minus the wiggle stick. tongue.gif Should have quite a few post for you next week. Hopefully I can get in my practice room long enough to get them done. laugh.gif

QUOTE (UncleSkillet @ Mar 8 2009, 05:21 PM) *
laugh.gif I would like to see this! Maybe you could do the tapping part with your nose. tongue.gif biggrin.gif laugh.gif

Ahhhh....Another technique to work on!! laugh.gif tongue.gif
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post Mar 9 2009, 12:02 AM
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QUOTE (lcsdds @ Mar 8 2009, 06:00 PM) *
Totally agree Muris!! I'm gpnna post another take on the lydian lesson minus the wiggle stick. tongue.gif Should have quite a few post for you next week. Hopefully I can get in my practice room long enough to get them done. laugh.gif


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Hi Muris....Hope your stay in the states is going well. smile.gif I will upload the upstroke lesson on friday at whatever tempo I can get it clean at....I'm shooting for between 120 and 130...we'll see. I haven't had a chance to work on the Phrygian solo but I have next week off so I am gonna work on it then and I'll upload what I have so far next week. I'm working on your Lydian and Phrygian intermediate lessons and I can play pretty well....but not up to tempo with the AP licks yet tongue.gif . I've added some "inside" and "outside" picking excercises to my routine as well. Over all I am happy with how my AP is progressing....just not a fast as I would like but I am not gonna give up until I get to my goal.

I will say that I am getting EXTREMELY comfortable with curling my right hand fingers and it has made a HUGE difference in my playing......not only my AP but my sweeping as well. I am very surprised by this. This MTP experience has been worth it just for that one piece of advice from you. I was having problems with my sweep/taps with regards to muting. I wrote a sweeps/arpeggios etude and put a few sweep/tap licks in there and the curling my fingers cleaned up my muting when doing the ascending sweeps. Thanks for the advice Muris!! smile.gif

I know I told you about the etudes I have been working on over your upstroke track as well. I have finished the tapping etude and I have written an arpeggio etude and a legato one as well. Here is the tapping etude and I'll upload the upstroke lesson on Friday. Hope you are having a good time in the States....wish I was closer so I could meet you and see you play. smile.gif



EDIT: I just realized you won't even be back into town until next week. I'll wait to post anything until you get back into town. Thanks Muris!! smile.gif

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Hi Muris,
Hope you made it home safely. I am gonna work on the Phrygian composition this week and will post when I have something worth looking at. smile.gif

I have two videos to show you. I have the upstroke lesson and I played it twice....once at about 125 bpm and once at full tempo. You can see that my biggest problem is the thirds lick. I just gotta keep working on this. I think I have my right hand posture down now and I find that I am more comfortable now with curled fingers than with fanned fingers and I don't anchor my right hand at all now. biggrin.gif I think I have progressed nicely with my AP and I am hoping to be able to start using it in my playing soon...still not quite there yet, at least as far as shred licks go. I have completely sworn off economy picking until I get my AP where it needs to be....don't want to relapse. tongue.gif



I also have a video of my take on your lydian intermediate lesson as well. I can actually ALMOST play this using AP.....not quite tho, so I had to rely on my legato and tapping to be able to play it. I am gonna learn your Phrygian intermediate next and then your Mixolydian. I would say I spend about half of my practice time working on my AP right now and I think it is paying off. Thanks for your help with this and I will get you a take on the Phrygian backing by this weekend. Thanks. smile.gif


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post Mar 25 2009, 12:53 PM
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QUOTE (lcsdds @ Mar 19 2009, 05:44 AM) *
Hi Muris....Hope your stay in the states is going well. smile.gif I will upload the upstroke lesson on friday at whatever tempo I can get it clean at....I'm shooting for between 120 and 130...we'll see. I haven't had a chance to work on the Phrygian solo but I have next week off so I am gonna work on it then and I'll upload what I have so far next week. I'm working on your Lydian and Phrygian intermediate lessons and I can play pretty well....but not up to tempo with the AP licks yet tongue.gif . I've added some "inside" and "outside" picking excercises to my routine as well. Over all I am happy with how my AP is progressing....just not a fast as I would like but I am not gonna give up until I get to my goal.

I will say that I am getting EXTREMELY comfortable with curling my right hand fingers and it has made a HUGE difference in my playing......not only my AP but my sweeping as well. I am very surprised by this. This MTP experience has been worth it just for that one piece of advice from you. I was having problems with my sweep/taps with regards to muting. I wrote a sweeps/arpeggios etude and put a few sweep/tap licks in there and the curling my fingers cleaned up my muting when doing the ascending sweeps. Thanks for the advice Muris!! smile.gif

I know I told you about the etudes I have been working on over your upstroke track as well. I have finished the tapping etude and I have written an arpeggio etude and a legato one as well. Here is the tapping etude and I'll upload the upstroke lesson on Friday. Hope you are having a good time in the States....wish I was closer so I could meet you and see you play. smile.gif



EDIT: I just realized you won't even be back into town until next week. I'll wait to post anything until you get back into town. Thanks Muris!! smile.gif


That was great tapping etude Monte, well done!!

There is only one chord arpeggio that was a bit out of key,
at 0:19 you played Major7 arpeggio over 5th degree chord
so it should be 7 chord, not Major7.
This is just tiny theoretical digression, technique was great nonetheless! smile.gif

QUOTE (lcsdds @ Mar 25 2009, 12:50 AM) *
Hi Muris,
Hope you made it home safely. I am gonna work on the Phrygian composition this week and will post when I have something worth looking at. smile.gif

I have two videos to show you. I have the upstroke lesson and I played it twice....once at about 125 bpm and once at full tempo. You can see that my biggest problem is the thirds lick. I just gotta keep working on this. I think I have my right hand posture down now and I find that I am more comfortable now with curled fingers than with fanned fingers and I don't anchor my right hand at all now. biggrin.gif I think I have progressed nicely with my AP and I am hoping to be able to start using it in my playing soon...still not quite there yet, at least as far as shred licks go. I have completely sworn off economy picking until I get my AP where it needs to be....don't want to relapse. tongue.gif



I also have a video of my take on your lydian intermediate lesson as well. I can actually ALMOST play this using AP.....not quite tho, so I had to rely on my legato and tapping to be able to play it. I am gonna learn your Phrygian intermediate next and then your Mixolydian. I would say I spend about half of my practice time working on my AP right now and I think it is paying off. Thanks for your help with this and I will get you a take on the Phrygian backing by this weekend. Thanks. smile.gif



Your picking looks and sounds better each day Monte, way to go!!
However, in Lydian lesson you still had kind a fanned out hand,
probably cause you didn't think about AP only, no worries tho,
it'll become fully natural after a while. smile.gif

While we wait for Phrygian composition
what do you say about starting with Alternate Picking Etude?
If you you're up for it just let me know which backing you would like. smile.gif


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post Mar 25 2009, 01:39 PM
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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Mar 25 2009, 12:53 PM) *
That was great tapping etude Monte, well done!!

There is only one chord arpeggio that was a bit out of key,
at 0:19 you played Major7 arpeggio over 5th degree chord
so it should be 7 chord, not Major7.
This is just tiny theoretical digression, technique was great nonetheless! smile.gif



Your picking looks and sounds better each day Monte, way to go!!
However, in Lydian lesson you still had kind a fanned out hand,
probably cause you didn't think about AP only, no worries tho,
it'll become fully natural after a while. smile.gif

While we wait for Phrygian composition
what do you say about starting with Alternate Picking Etude?
If you you're up for it just let me know which backing you would like. smile.gif


Great you are back Muris!! Alternate Picking etude sounds great. I actually started this one before I started the MTP and got kind of frustrated with it. mad.gif I think with the technique change in my picking hand that I can do better with it this time....I am ready for a new AP lesson as well. smile.gif

I noticed that I fanned my fingers in the Lydian lesson as well.....I notice I still tend to do it when I do any kind of sweeping and I really have to think about not doing it. I am working on a sweeping etude right now and really trying to focus on not fanning.

I will start the AP lesson and give you a post of that and the Phrygian track by next saturday. I need to work on Emir's collab the next couple of days but after that I will have some time to dedicate to composing the Phrygian solo.....should be a lot of fun.

Thanks for pointing out the 7th chord flub in the tapping etude....I am still getting used to composing and I have done this a couple of times now and I will remember this from now on.

I'll post in a week with the Phrygian solo and the AP etude. I'll take the full speed BT for the picking etude...I slow it down using "Transcribe". Thanks. smile.gif
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Here's the backing for you Monte,
looking forward to it and all other takes! smile.gif


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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Mar 27 2009, 09:17 AM) *
Here's the backing for you Monte,
looking forward to it and all other takes! smile.gif


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Thanks Muris....I'm 2/3 of the way through this one. This is a tough one!! Never tried to AP arpeggios before. I am hoping to post a take of the whole lesson next weekend along with the my take on your Phrygian backing. smile.gif
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QUOTE (lcsdds @ Mar 27 2009, 06:35 PM) *
Thanks Muris....I'm 2/3 of the way through this one. This is a tough one!! Never tried to AP arpeggios before. I am hoping to post a take of the whole lesson next weekend along with the my take on your Phrygian backing. smile.gif


You got it!
Tho I have to agree with you that it IS a tough one
but after you nail it your AP will improve a lot,
just focus on your picking hand, keep fingers out of your way
and feel every note that you pick, you should be fine. smile.gif


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Hi Muris,
It's been a busy week for me. Both my little kids...4 and 7.... got sick so I have been busy trying to help my wife taking care of them as well as ridding the world of Dental Disease during the day at work. tongue.gif laugh.gif I am still about 2/3 of the way through the AP etude. I'm liking it but it is difficult. I'll keep working on it and I will post a video of what I have so far on Sunday probably. As far as the Phrygian solo I was wondering if we could go a different direction on that. Last year sometime I got really anxious to start writing my own instrumentals....that has been my goal since starting guitar in 1988....but I had no idea how to go about it. My solution was to buy a cheesy midi program similar to "band in a box" for my backing tracks. Then I picked an instrumental that I liked and analyzed what they were doing as far as form.....How many bars for the verse/chorus/bridge/solo etc. Then I just started composing parts and seeing what I could come up with. So in July of last year I came up with this little ditty:




Then 2 months later I found GMC and I have been focusing on my chops and got away from trying to write my own stuff. It thought maybe you could help me with this little tune I came up with and I could make a proper recording of it. What do you think? It would be cool to have a song that I came up with from start to finish. Thanks Muris and I'll post what I have on the AP etude on Sunday Morning.

BTW...I just purchased Logic 8 and EZ drummer so I think I have everything I need to make a half way decent recording of it. I know the video is sloppy but it is just to give you an idea of what I have so far. I think I have improved alot since I made this video as well. smile.gif

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Sorry Muris...I'm not gonna be able to post anything this weekend. I tried to install logic on my mac and I CRASHED IT!!!
I'm gonna have to take it in and have somebody look at it....my wife is gonna be so happy!! mad.gif mad.gif mad.gif

I'm gonna go cry now!!!! mad.gif If you see a Dentist on the news who went on a shooting spree....in Oregon...you'll know who it is. smile.gif laugh.gif tongue.gif
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Sorry for delay Monte, just got home from Frankfurt!! smile.gif

Sorry to hear about kids tho, are they better now???

As for instrumental, you've got some fine melodies in there,
there is just one thing I would like to point at right now
and those are strong notes in this very instrumental you've recorded.
Thing is, you've been following progression nicely
but you played B note few times over D chord and that sounded pretty
away and not so powerful.
You did play note E as a strong note over the same D chord few times
but as you can notice, 2th or 9th works very nice
for this kind of pop=rock music in general.
But 6th isn't the same, you should be careful with those
cause 6th is used as strong note indeed only for a reason,
when you want to point at 6th chord or som.
Now, there is some room for improvement regarding
construction of whole tune, you were kind of limited
by the backing too, you have 2 lines of chords,
with D in first variation and then with Bm in second,
correct me if I'm wrong.
Now, how about you give this BT and I record a take for you?
Then we'll analyze both takes, your and mine
and get some conclusions smile.gif


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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Apr 5 2009, 08:31 PM) *
Sorry for delay Monte, just got home from Frankfurt!! smile.gif

Sorry to hear about kids tho, are they better now???

As for instrumental, you've got some fine melodies in there,
there is just one thing I would like to point at right now
and those are strong notes in this very instrumental you've recorded.
Thing is, you've been following progression nicely
but you played B note few times over D chord and that sounded pretty
away and not so powerful.
You did play note E as a strong note over the same D chord few times
but as you can notice, 2th or 9th works very nice
for this kind of pop=rock music in general.
But 6th isn't the same, you should be careful with those
cause 6th is used as strong note indeed only for a reason,
when you want to point at 6th chord or som.
Now, there is some room for improvement regarding
construction of whole tune, you were kind of limited
by the backing too, you have 2 lines of chords,
with D in first variation and then with Bm in second,
correct me if I'm wrong.
Now, how about you give this BT and I record a take for you?
Then we'll analyze both takes, your and mine
and get some conclusions smile.gif


Kids are much better now....Thanks for asking. smile.gif

You are definitely right about the backing. This was my first attempt at trying to even think of a chord progression to solo over.....I was just excited that I had anything that even remotely sounded like a song. laugh.gif tongue.gif

I am actually really working hard on this song right now because I really want to try and record it. Thanks for pointing those things out. I posted the Midi File I created and I would love to see what you would play over this. I'd also love to hear some ideas for changing up the chord progressions and the construction in general.

Muris could you be specific about the construction of the song? I see it as follows:

Intro-verse-chorus-verse-chorus-solo-verse-chorus-outro....How do you see it?

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR TAKING THE TIME TO HELP ME WITH THIS. Writing an instrumental has been my goal since the first time I picked up the guitar in 1989!! smile.gif

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QUOTE (lcsdds @ Apr 5 2009, 09:48 PM) *
Intro-verse-chorus-verse-chorus-solo-verse-chorus-outro....How do you see it?


Yeah, that would be most common type of construction
but those sections have to be kind a different one from another
but well connected at the same time, hard to explain tho,
easier to realize after you hear it!
I'll try to record something asap. smile.gif


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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Apr 5 2009, 09:23 PM) *
Yeah, that would be most common type of construction
but those sections have to be kind a different one from another
but well connected at the same time, hard to explain tho,
easier to realize after you hear it!
I'll try to record something asap. smile.gif

Thanks Muris....I think I can come up with half way cool sounding melodies. But like you say....connecting them together via chord progressions etc. is still a mystery to me. I would love to hear anything you have to say on the subject. smile.gif

I can't wait to see what you come up with and how you would improve the construction....THIS IS WHAT I REALLY WANT TO LEARN. All the chops in the world won't make a horrible song sound better!! laugh.gif tongue.gif

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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Apr 5 2009, 09:23 PM) *
but those sections have to be kind a different one from another
but well connected at the same time.


Muris are you referring to the chord progression here or what I played.....or both. I know the chord progression is very similar and even the different chord between the two progressions is VERY similar. What I actually played sounds different to me though. Just curious to what you mean. smile.gif
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QUOTE (lcsdds @ Apr 6 2009, 02:07 AM) *
Muris are you referring to the chord progression here or what I played.....or both. I know the chord progression is very similar and even the different chord between the two progressions is VERY similar. What I actually played sounds different to me though. Just curious to what you mean. smile.gif


Well since progression is pretty much the same
I was referring to what you played,
there are many ways to split parts and connect them at the same time.
Sometimes lead line doesn't do much but the rest of the bend does,
there are many examples of that.
But it this case I was thinking of guitar part, yeah,
I'll try to split them when I record and we'll talk about it.
Btw, Midi file doesn't work easy for me since maps aren't the same,
can you give me simple BT as a MP3 maybe? smile.gif


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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Apr 6 2009, 07:57 AM) *
Well since progression is pretty much the same
I was referring to what you played,
there are many ways to split parts and connect them at the same time.
Sometimes lead line doesn't do much but the rest of the bend does,
there are many examples of that.
But it this case I was thinking of guitar part, yeah,
I'll try to split them when I record and we'll talk about it.
Btw, Midi file doesn't work easy for me since maps aren't the same,
can you give me simple BT as a MP3 maybe? smile.gif

Thanks Muris. Here is the BT....Tempo is 140. smile.gif
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Hi Muris.
Here is a better backing....Jer made if for me..should sound A LOT better than the midi file.
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