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Jonathan Burgos
post Nov 18 2009, 01:30 PM
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Hello friends! This is the final mix and comments thread for the Steve Lukather Style Collaboration. Here we give the results of the collaboration. In general, the work has been very good. Do not know if I've been lucky or if most GMC members are good students and guitarists! When working with the recordings, I recommend you do the mixdown with Sound Forge. It is an interesting program, and also easy to use where you may remove noise and normalize volumes. If any of you work with frutty Loops, I can give them some useful files with very interesting configurations.
I must admit that you have been the best group of students. biggrin.gif
Also want to thank you for having done her homework and participating in this collaboration. wink.gif Now, download the file and listen to the work friends. Enjoy it.

These are the 11 participants:

Marek Rojewski - kaznie_NL - Jafomatic - NoSkill - Sollesnes - Dexxter - Staffy - Rated htr – Mhskeide – Nimrandir – TheKeplerConjecture .

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Marek Rojewski: (0:03 – 01:04)
Looking for the sound, you pay attention to the search of the tone. I would take a bit of reverb and I proportion more delay, anyway, is a matter of personal taste. Apply a good vibrato suggested in rhythmic phrases beginning with melodies. The rhythmic figures seem to exercise, I would suggest more research figures, play with the spontaneity. In the chorus you play octaves with interesting rhythmic, very original. In general, good work Marek! You're creative when it comes to make the solos.

Kaznie: (01:09 – 02:10)
You're also search the sounds, sounds-like Lukather (gain with chorus) I like it. You create melodies in the beginning, is a good proposal. Duplicate guitars with interesting arguments. In the chorus provides a bluesy color. Then execute difficult moves at the right time. Well done! You must work in the neatness of it. Perform in the style of Steve. Very good finish with a nice job of two guitars. You work in the creation of the solos. You have good vibrato and the implementation of bending are good. Kazni Good job!

Jafomatic: (02:17 – 03:16)
Very Good sound! Use less gain at the beginning and do it more powerful from the chorus. Good setup delay. The arguments are very good, the notes from the beginning has a nice rhythm. Interestingly, the contrast is like 2 guitars. I appreciate a more melodic sound from the chorus. Well done!.

NoSkill: (03:23 – 04:25)
NoSkill, my friend. I found a note that is not on the scale. I recommend that you verify. From the bluesy chorus apply a color (I like!). You give importance to sound, and those looking for close to a great tone. That's part of the maturation of the guitarist. I would change to less reverb and a longer delay so that it's so confusing. You must realize that what I say is a matter of taste. Make good straight and have good control of vibrato. Resolving the problem of the correct scale (which is just a note!), you did a good job. Well done.

Sollesnes: (04:29 – 05:34)
Good proposal in the beginning about melodies and rhythm. You made a good sound. You make some nice fast phrasing, very original. The change in the chorus sound changing positively the song (chorus tone as usage varies sometimes Lukather). In the chorus perform an ascending scale very difficult! You have very good typing and interesting musical ideas. The finish is very good too, with melody harmonization with other guitar. With your track, I had to fix the volume with the sound forge. Very good job.

Dexxter: (05:35 – 06:39)
Looking rhythmic phrases, something very important in a student. Well done. I provide more delay and reverb (a matter of taste). Make good bending and have a good vibrato. Very good finish and good Lick rockers (the style that used in some cases, Steve). Looking melody on the chorus, another plus. Good work mate.

Staffy: (06:40 – 07:44)
Staffy Very good job! You're an experienced guitarist. Dominates the sound of blues and also run some fast movements. You have a good control of vibrato and bending as any blues guitarist (that's why I insist to study the blues as a basic tool of the application of taste when you run a good one.). You have a good sound. You make beautiful melodies in the chorus and make a nice phrase up coming to the end.

Rated htr: (07:46 – 08:49)
Nice Sound Rated. Search melody’s in the beginning, important for a guitarist who moves forward in its level. The work you do in the chorus is interesting, original, with phrases legatos. When you return to the music of the verse, you realize interesting arguments differentiating of others. Well done. The tapping of the end is complicated. It's an interesting work. Well done.

TheKeplerConjecture: (08:54 – 09:56)
Run good arguments rhythmic with melodies and sometimes some nice licks. Your bending is good, it would delay and reverb for a longer sound. In the instrumental styles, is widely used implementation of delay and reverb, when the guitar comes to the first place. Nearing in the end of song, I realize that your arguments rhythmic and melodies are similar throughout the song. I suggest you investigate that. Play with the shift to the blues scale, or just do other things after the chorus. Good job!

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post Nov 18 2009, 01:49 PM
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Thanks for the comments, and thanks for a great collab and lesson! I loved it smile.gif
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QUOTE (Sollesnes @ Nov 18 2009, 09:49 AM) *
Thanks for the comments, and thanks for a great collab and lesson! I loved it smile.gif


Thanks you friend! Good work! Well done ... you are a great guitar player , and you have more for give wink.gif


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QUOTE (Jonathan Burgos @ Nov 18 2009, 02:26 PM) *
Thanks you friend! Good work! Well done ... you are a great guitar player , and you have more for give wink.gif


Thanks smile.gif
oh I noticed now, it seems my take is put onto the backing track different here on the mix than I placed it? It seems like it's one bar too late.
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Thanks for the suggestions, Jonathan, I really enjoyed this collab and the final mix as well smile.gif


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QUOTE (Sollesnes @ Nov 18 2009, 10:39 AM) *
Thanks smile.gif
oh I noticed now, it seems my take is put onto the backing track different here on the mix than I placed it? It seems like it's one bar too late.


Thats right my friend! huh.gif I repair the error now wink.gif


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Friends! I upload a new final mix! Check the file if you download before.


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post Nov 18 2009, 11:40 PM
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Awesome, Burgos smile.gif
There is a lot of great sounding takes here, and you made them seam well together smile.gif Lots of inspiration here ^^
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Great collab. Amazing job, Jonathan and the students!


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Jep... lots of great takes here!

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Thanks Jonathan. Once again I'm sorry for the problems in the take, my fender is now unmounted and I'm gonna get a new bridge probably. smile.gif


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Thanks friends! Im so Happy with the comments! Thanks again and well done everybody biggrin.gif


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Great job guys! There are many awesome takes here! and Congrats Jona for your first collaboration! smile.gif


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Thanks for the comments, Jona! I appreciate the insite. I feel that you picked up on what I was trying to do. I'm scratching my head about the bum note, but I'll try and figure out what you mean. I'm searching for that perfect, "tone," but still have too much reverb in in. I appreciate the time you took for the backing, comments and final mix!

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QUOTE (NoSkill @ Nov 19 2009, 11:49 AM) *
Thanks for the comments, Jona! I appreciate the insite. I feel that you picked up on what I was trying to do. I'm scratching my head about the bum note, but I'll try and figure out what you mean. I'm searching for that perfect, "tone," but still have too much reverb in in. I appreciate the time you took for the backing, comments and final mix!

Thanks, bro!

Tom in Canada


My friend! take it easy. The scale you should use is the F # m, and you use the scale of Bm. The difference between the two scales is one note!. That's why we've done a good job despite this problem. Keep working to find the sound. This is important because represents you and inspires you to create. See you


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Jonathan, I'm really sorry that I've missed this collab, as I've been really sick for about a week now (getting better though smile.gif ). The backing was very cool, and I had some ideas but was just unable to record a take because of that sickness sad.gif
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Thx. for the comments and the collab Jonathan! It was a really nice one.. biggrin.gif


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Nice solos! great job!

good backing track for the collab as well, good job Jona!


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QUOTE (Daniel Realpe @ Nov 21 2009, 06:34 PM) *
Nice solos! great job!

good backing track for the collab as well, good job Jona!


Thanks Dani! biggrin.gif

QUOTE (Nimrandir @ Nov 21 2009, 05:39 PM) *
Jonathan, I'm really sorry that I've missed this collab, as I've been really sick for about a week now (getting better though smile.gif ). The backing was very cool, and I had some ideas but was just unable to record a take because of that sickness sad.gif


Do not worry Nimrandir! I'll be waiting in my future collaborations friend! wink.gif


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