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post Jul 21 2009, 11:58 AM
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Hey guys !

As jafomatic quite wisely said, I've been on a shopping extravaganza, so now I want to harvest the fruits of my labour ! smile.gif I've been doing some recording using my Line 6 POD Studio GX (Pod Farm) and Reaper.

My first recording took place yesterday, and I feel I'm getting more confident and competent. I've been recording non-stop for an hour or so today, so you might notice some songs are a bit sloppy ! smile.gif



List of songs (in order of recording)

1. Level 2 - Jumping Around, Beginner - Muris Varajic
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/jumping-around-beginner/

2. Level 3 - Guitar Loves Piano - Piotr Kaczor
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/guitar_loves_piano/

3. Level 4 - Iron Maiden Style - David Wallimann
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...n-maiden-style/

4. Level 4 - Little Finger Etude - Dejan Farkas
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/little_finger_etude/

5. Level 4 - Ballad in the Style of Eric Johnson - Jose Lassaga
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/ballad...f_eric_johnson/

6. Level 5 - Heavy Metal Rhythm & Solo Exercise - Hisham Al-Sanea
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/heavy-...-solo-exercise/


Files downloadable down here ! You will most likely see me on REC quite soon, I'm waiting for my Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 to arrive by mail ! smile.gif

Songs are all 256 kbps, except for song 1 (196 kbps) smile.gif

Please try to listen to every song and criticize my playing as much as possible so that I can become a more advanced guitarist... I would actually appreciate it if the instructors could try grading the song using the REC chriteria, although posture can be left out... All your time is greatly appreciated ! smile.gif


This post has been edited by Alexiaden93: Jul 22 2009, 11:58 AM
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Attached File  2._Muris_Varajic___Jumping_Around__Beginner.mp3 ( 1.1MB ) Number of downloads: 96
Attached File  3._Piotr_Kaczor___Guitar_Loves_Piano.mp3 ( 2.48MB ) Number of downloads: 96
Attached File  4._David_Wallimann___Iron_Maiden_Style.mp3 ( 1.33MB ) Number of downloads: 89
Attached File  4._Dejan_Farkas___Little_Finger_Etude.mp3 ( 1MB ) Number of downloads: 80
Attached File  4._Jose_Lassaga___Ballad_Solo_in_the_Style_of_Eric_Johnson.mp3 ( 1.07MB ) Number of downloads: 88
Attached File  5._Hisham_Al_Sanea___Heavy_Metal_Rhythm___Solo_Exercise.mp3 ( 2.53MB ) Number of downloads: 83
 


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post Jul 24 2009, 02:29 PM
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Jumping around is great! I listened few others, very good job, few mistakes here and there, nothing important...


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post Jul 24 2009, 02:40 PM
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Nicely done - I am at a similar stage so I am finding your recordings to be good incentives. I am particularly impressed with the Dave's Iron Maiden lesson - that was one of the first lessons I learned when I joined GMC a year ago. However, I found some of it to be a little fast for me then but your recording has inspired me to revisit the lesson to see how I have progressed in a years time. Thanks.
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post Jul 24 2009, 06:05 PM
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QUOTE (Vasilije Vukmirovic @ Jul 24 2009, 02:29 PM) *
Jumping around is great! I listened few others, very good job, few mistakes here and there, nothing important...

Thank you Vasilije ! smile.gif

QUOTE (TheOldOnes @ Jul 24 2009, 02:40 PM) *
Nicely done - I am at a similar stage so I am finding your recordings to be good incentives. I am particularly impressed with the Dave's Iron Maiden lesson - that was one of the first lessons I learned when I joined GMC a year ago. However, I found some of it to be a little fast for me then but your recording has inspired me to revisit the lesson to see how I have progressed in a years time. Thanks.

Wow ! It's an amazing feeling to know one influences others, but I honestly doubt there is much to take from my playing ! smile.gif I'm at a rookie stage yet ! I'm glad to hear you're revisiting the Iron Maiden lesson, it's a great band, so you should learn some of their songs as well ! smile.gif


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post Jul 27 2009, 02:47 PM
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Actually, there is a number of things that I can get from your playing - most importantly inspiration! I find that even if I don't bother learning some of the lessons, I am finding that I am a lot smarter now when I practice because of a lot of little things I pick up day to day (also good at busting your ego as the ideas I am picking up on a daily basis has been increasing rather than decreasing which suggests I have a long way to go....lol). I do think that revisiting old lessons can be very valuable and your post reminded me of that (I think we need to be continually reminded of that fact).

Yeah - Iron Maiden has been one of my favourites for a long time - particularly to play along with as their songs tend to be guitar from the first to last note. I love a lot of the newer progressive stuff but I find playing them somewhat annoying when you go 30 sec without guitars (although these seem to be nice for improvising).



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post Jul 27 2009, 10:29 PM
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If somebody work as hard as you, sooner or later will become a good guitar player! Bends and vibratos are not so perfect yet, but this is not a big problem. This is one of the most difficult parts at the guitar-study.
I also used line6 studio GX and this is a great soundcard! The distortions are not so perfect in it but the effects are professional! Nice work and practise practise practise! Congrats!

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