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post Nov 23 2009, 01:05 AM
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Hey all, haven't posted here in a long time. I'll give this a shot...

I wrote the backing to let the bass line and the drums give it a pedal tone affect for the lead guitar to roam over...
Tried to keep the lead sort of sad, sustain'y with feeling....

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post Nov 27 2009, 06:32 PM
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wow pretty cool!

the guitar tone is pretty strange, I love it!

is that spectrasonics on the bass?



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post Nov 29 2009, 06:01 PM
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QUOTE (Daniel Realpe @ Nov 27 2009, 12:32 PM) *
wow pretty cool!

the guitar tone is pretty strange, I love it!

is that spectrasonics on the bass?


Dan, thanks for giving this a listen.

The bass is preprogrammed from the Boss DR880 drum machine.
The Main drum track is also preprogrammed.
Love this machine, great box.

I manually added the accent drums and of course, all guitar parts.

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post Nov 29 2009, 07:01 PM
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I also found the guitar sound kinda weird, but in a positive way... smile.gif Sounds like a wah-wah in one position with some hevy compression....
And there's certainly some good playing too!!!!
What I miss is the moment when the drums shall break free and start to groove..... And some kind of theme of course, but I'll guess You're on the demo stage with this one???? Anyway, I think it both sounds cool and is cool!!! smile.gif

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post Dec 12 2009, 01:34 AM
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QUOTE (Staffy @ Nov 29 2009, 01:01 PM) *
I also found the guitar sound kinda weird, but in a positive way... smile.gif Sounds like a wah-wah in one position with some hevy compression....
And there's certainly some good playing too!!!!
What I miss is the moment when the drums shall break free and start to groove..... And some kind of theme of course, but I'll guess You're on the demo stage with this one???? Anyway, I think it both sounds cool and is cool!!! smile.gif

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Thank you for listening and your comments.
I love that guitar for the strange sounds that it is capable of. It just sings when I need it to.
The drum and bass are a drum machine. I do all the guitars.
I was thinking of getting a bass guitar someday....

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