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> Arch Enemy Style Riffing - The Melodic Part, Is it harmonized?
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post Apr 12 2009, 01:01 PM
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Hi Lian,

I've got a question about the melodic part of your arch enemy style riffing lesson. When you play it in the first video it sounds like it has been harmonized but when you play it slowly there is no mention of it? If it's not what effect are you using to to make it sound like that?

And do you still remember how you composed that part?

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Jonas

PS: It would be cool if the count in in the backing track was a bit longer I've got problems picking up the rhythm with just 2 beats.

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post Apr 13 2009, 10:30 PM
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hi man! how is it doing?

well, about the melodic part, you right. it´s not an effect, it´s harmonized.
I´ll will check my back-ups out to find that lesson and add some information about the harmony, if you need it.

about the BTs and its beats, I can send u new ones with more beats before the lesson.


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post Apr 14 2009, 01:39 AM
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Hi Lian, I think I can figure out how it was harmonized. It's fourths I suppose. But it would be really cool if you could send me the backing track with a longer count in at 190bpm without the guitar in front of it. I'm trying to do an entry for the REC thing with this lesson.

Jonas

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