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post Feb 19 2007, 03:03 AM
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one of randy rhoads main influences in music although he played metal he incorporated classical as much as possible. personally he's my faveriot guitarist which is why i spent my first year learning classical here's a song i wrote sadly there are some mistakes in this.. i'm camera shy, everytime i play while recording i mess up like theres no tomarrow so this is my best version, although at a few points i speed up where i shouldnt and just mess up the bends, a few slides, and prolong a few chords blink.gif


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post Feb 19 2007, 03:33 AM
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is anyone other me not getting any visual?


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post Feb 19 2007, 01:42 PM
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pretty cool. do you play it with a pick?


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post Feb 19 2007, 02:03 PM
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wouldnt be classical if i did thats really the only hard part about it


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post Feb 19 2007, 02:36 PM
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Just a suggestion - when recording a song for others to hear/see it - you should definitely make it with backing track because otherwise it just sounds like improvising all the way. smile.gif


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post Feb 19 2007, 11:53 PM
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how do i get a backing track? do i make my own or is there downloadable things and how can i find one that will fit something i've written if a downloadable backing track is made by someone else ?


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post Feb 20 2007, 03:06 AM
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QUOTE (TheProof @ Feb 19 2007, 05:53 PM) *
how do i get a backing track? do i make my own or is there downloadable things and how can i find one that will fit something i've written if a downloadable backing track is made by someone else ?


If you want to make your own tracks (and it sounds like you have a lot of ideas) then you need something a little better than a webcam to do your recording.

You should check out programs like Cubase that allow you to set up an entire recording studio on your PC, and multitrack everything in a cleanly recorded way. You will also need some hardware to get the sound into your computer, but this is fairly cheap these days and would make a great birthday or christmas present. Check out the Line 6 Pod range for starters - there are many others.

This will allow you to record some rythym guitar, a sequenced drum track and maybe some Bass as a backing for your lead, and you will see that your ideas will come to life and sound a lot more professional. There is a lot to learn here, but it is immensely satisfying and a lot more rewarding than just sitting in your room and shredding - for starters, you can make CDs of your music and hand them out amongst your friends smile.gif


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post Feb 20 2007, 03:14 AM
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wow, awesome idea i'll tell my parents but christmas isnt till december blink.gif and my birthday just passed last week blink.gif so i can probibly count on buying myself these programs, hardware thigns your talking about if you know where to get them or anything that'd be some handy info:)
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QUOTE (TheProof @ Feb 19 2007, 09:14 PM) *
wow, awesome idea i'll tell my parents but christmas isnt till december blink.gif and my birthday just passed last week blink.gif so i can probibly count on buying myself these programs, hardware thigns your talking about if you know where to get them or anything that'd be some handy info:)
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Try musiciansfriend.com - put "pod" in the search box.


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will do, thanks for the tip


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