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post Aug 11 2009, 06:14 PM
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Post here your uploads, except enforcer who already has uploaded his take to the other one


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post Aug 21 2009, 12:11 AM
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Sorry, I got no more time to work on this. I hope this is good enough, I think at least a few of my ideas were good. Anyway, enough of apologies, here's my take:

Attached File  Dexxter_FunkRock_WBT.mp3 ( 2.23MB ) Number of downloads: 188

Attached File  Dexxter_FunkRock_NBT.mp3 ( 914K ) Number of downloads: 151


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post Aug 22 2009, 06:36 PM
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Here ya go Santiago. Not entirely satisfied with it, but running out of time.

Attached File  sdr_fr_BT_TOR.mp3 ( 1.37MB ) Number of downloads: 141

Attached File  sdr_fr_NBT_TOR.mp3 ( 1.37MB ) Number of downloads: 104




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post Aug 22 2009, 09:49 PM
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Some facts about my take.
1. A bit off topic, maybe. huh.gif
2. Parts clearly go better with the backing's bass and drums more so than the guitar,
3. More of an AP lesson than a solo
4. Needed more practice time.
5. Lots of fun to play, so who cares.


Attached File  leedbreak_funk_BT.mp3 ( 479.08K ) Number of downloads: 147


Attached File  leedbreak_funk_NBT.mp3 ( 479.08K ) Number of downloads: 113


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post Aug 24 2009, 05:53 PM
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I've been plagued with problems on this one, including trying in vain to upload this take for the last two hours on a crappy computer, but I finally got it, still not very satisfied with it though (never did get those modes to work). Kinda sloppy near the end but I tried to roll with it. Here 'tis:

Attached File  jvm_funk_wBT.mp3 ( 911.04K ) Number of downloads: 122

Attached File  jvm_funk_noBT.mp3 ( 911.04K ) Number of downloads: 78




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post Aug 24 2009, 09:04 PM
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I finsished this collab today, I must say that the background is soooo cool! make a song out of it, or else I will.... wink.gif
That leads me in to another topic, whatever happened to the type of hardrock/rock/funk movement that started with bands like Mothers Finest, Pat Travers etc. ??? I was really into that kind of music. Of course in the eighties there were Dan Reed Network, Living Colour and some others as well. Anyway, this kind of music rules!

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post Aug 24 2009, 09:07 PM
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Sorry. I need to bow out of this one. Work got crazy and I'm putting in a lot of extra hours. Thanks for understanding.
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post Aug 25 2009, 02:29 AM
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QUOTE (leedbreak @ Aug 22 2009, 09:49 PM) *
Some facts about my take.
1. A bit off topic, maybe. huh.gif
2. Parts clearly go better with the backing's bass and drums more so than the guitar,
3. More of an AP lesson than a solo
4. Needed more practice time.
5. Lots of fun to play, so who cares.


Attached File  leedbreak_funk_BT.mp3 ( 479.08K ) Number of downloads: 147


Attached File  leedbreak_funk_NBT.mp3 ( 479.08K ) Number of downloads: 113


That's the attitude!!. Hahaha. Let's leave the perfection outside and start to having fun. After all, that's what makes music something so magic

QUOTE (Staffy @ Aug 24 2009, 09:04 PM) *
I finsished this collab today, I must say that the background is soooo cool! make a song out of it, or else I will.... wink.gif
That leads me in to another topic, whatever happened to the type of hardrock/rock/funk movement that started with bands like Mothers Finest, Pat Travers etc. ??? I was really into that kind of music. Of course in the eighties there were Dan Reed Network, Living Colour and some others as well. Anyway, this kind of music rules!

Recorded with GR3, Ibanez AS200, just that....


I'm still loving Living Colour and all that stuff. Do know Infectious Grooves?. They are awesome. Robert Trujillo played on that band. Big recommendation from me

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Sorry. I need to bow out of this one. Work got crazy and I'm putting in a lot of extra hours. Thanks for understanding.


No problem man. I understand it. It's so annoying when work takes out all the time we have. It would be so nice to have 26 hours on the day just for having 2 extra hours to do what we really want.


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post Aug 25 2009, 04:23 AM
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QUOTE (Santiago Diaz Garces @ Aug 24 2009, 09:29 PM) *
It would be so nice to have 26 hours on the day just for having 2 extra hours to do what we really want.

That would be nice. But I bet they'd find a way to steal those extras too! Nah, it's not so bad. I actually really enjoy my job. But, sometimes it's slightly overwhelming. Thanks again for understanding.
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QUOTE (Santiago Diaz Garces @ Aug 25 2009, 03:29 AM) *
I'm still loving Living Colour and all that stuff. Do know Infectious Grooves?. They are awesome. Robert Trujillo played on that band. Big recommendation from me


No, I dont know them. But I will check it out ASAP, thx !


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