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post Feb 8 2007, 11:46 PM
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Industrial to the eyebrows

While me and mati my friend recorded "tov leiut babait" mati had enough with the jazz licks so we decided to go back to our roots: trash metal. Only this time on an industrial platform. Now we are working a lot with "reason" so most of the other instruments are played with reason. So we decided to make something like trance.
The idea was to take elements of the trash metal and combine it with the elements of trance and electronic music. We decided to take 4 ways of dropping bombs.

Now let's check em' out.

Attached File  main_video.wmv ( 17.74MB ) Number of downloads: 763



Let's dive bomb into work
Video 1: Attached File  video_1.wmv ( 2.84MB ) Number of downloads: 373



video 1


e|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------5-7---8-7---5-7-----------------5-7---8-7----------------------|
E|-0-0-0-0-----0-----0-----0-5-7-3-0-0-0-0-----0-----0-5-7-8--------------|


E phrigy (mode)

e|---------------------------------------------5--7--8-----------------------|
B|------------------------------------5--6--8--------------------------------|
G|----------------------------4--5--7----------------------------------------|
D|----------------------5--7------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------5--7--8------------------------------------------------------|
E|-----5--7--8---------------------------------------------------------------|


mati's favorite guitar player is Dimebag. So we decided to take naturally the way dime bring all his power usually it comes with the 6'th string to bring bombs and by answer with the 5'th string usually around the root note. We recommend for you to approach with care on the open 6'th string that mark all the feel in this heavy sound.


Video 2:Attached File  video_2.wmv ( 2.58MB ) Number of downloads: 298


video 2

e|-----------------7--9------------------------------------------------------|
B|----------7--9---------7--9------------------------------------------------|
G|----6--9---------------------6--9--4--6------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------4---------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|



C#m pentatonic
e|------------------------------------------------------7--9-------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------7--9-------------------------|
G|------------------4--6---------------------6--9------------------------------|
D|-------------4--6------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------4--8------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|


For some unknown reasons we were playing with some psychedelic sounds . so in our country most of the electronic music is psychedelic so we wanted to bring some of it to this "electronic" tune. The scale here is pentatonic so we can spread on a large range of notes, to create a synthesizer sound.


Video 3 :Attached File  video_3.wmv ( 2.32MB ) Number of downloads: 318


video 3
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--0--0--0--0--10--12--0--13-12--0-10--12--5--7--3--------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--0--0--0--0--10--12--0-13--12--0--10--12--13------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|



Em on the second string
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--0--1--3--5--7--8--10---12--13--------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|


Open b string and a wah pedal that you push towards the end of every end of pharse . as you can see that this part is divided to two so with every part you start from bootm to the end of the scale of the wah pedal . this technique brings a feeling of flying.
Also you can see the the most dominate sound in this one is B so this is the fifth of the main riff (that is played in the background). This the idea behind the writing of this part.

Video 4:Attached File  video_4.wmv ( 6.04MB ) Number of downloads: 250


video 4
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---0-0-0-0-1-3-0-4-3-0--1--3--0--4--3--1--0-0-0-0-1-3-0-4-3--0-1-3--1------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---0-0-0-0-1-3-0-4-3-0--1--3--0--4--3--1--0-0-0-0-1-3-0-4-3--0-1-3--4------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|




saba scale (persian makam)
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------0--------------------------------------------------|
D|------------------2--3-----------------------------------------------------|
A|------0--1--3--4-----------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|


Now I have told before that my city is known for combining oriental sounds with rock music. So this scale is a Persian scale . it is used throughout arabc cultures and in metal music . for example "Pantera" and "Machine head".
This is also a nice way to end the tune it is almost an answer for the riff of video 3 and it is also a variation of the main riff (video 1) on a different scale and key.



Thank you once again for joining me and this time my friend mati. I think in this lesson there is little bit of food for thought . I hope I brought enough elements for you to get the idea of writing riffs. Many thanks for mati for all his hard work in this project and dedication . cool.gif



The other stuff:
Attached File  industrial.mp3 ( 2.18MB ) Number of downloads: 284
126Bpm
Attached File  industrial_backing_slow.mp3 ( 1.51MB ) Number of downloads: 291
88 Bpm

if somebody have the pod Xtl i can send him/her the tones just e-mail me.

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post Feb 9 2007, 10:48 AM
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Wow,
I only listened to the first video so far, but that was pretty cool stuff.
Totally impressive playing.
I think its great your sharing some original music here.
Thanks for taking the time to explain it all in detail. I appreciate it.


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post Feb 9 2007, 05:01 PM
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QUOTE (fretdancer @ Feb 9 2007, 09:48 AM) *
Wow,
I only listened to the first video so far, but that was pretty cool stuff.
Totally impressive playing.
I think its great your sharing some original music here.
Thanks for taking the time to explain it all in detail. I appreciate it.

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post Feb 11 2007, 08:26 PM
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hey there guys

thank you for the compliments. i hope you took your time to try to play this ones.
i was asking myself are going to like ideas for riffs .

well the feeling was that every one here in the website likes speed so i tought to give you some speed .

i hope you enjoyed it. and i always like to hear ideas how to improve my lessones

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Hey there!

I also found the unusual scales interesting - thanks for putting this together!


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Yes this sure was some cool stuff! biggrin.gif A neat synth sound you have got there.


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post Feb 12 2007, 03:01 PM
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I really liked the heavy part in the beginning but the whole synth noise isn't up my alley but I did think it was some creative and nice playing. Just not my style. But I will learn the heavy part though, it was a real killer!
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