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post Jan 6 2010, 06:42 PM
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QUOTE (Ruzz @ Jan 6 2010, 11:41 AM) *
That shouldn't matter much Toroso, since it is the same tones in every position smile.gif


Eh, well smile.gif this stuff still gives me trouble here and there. Actually, when I saw the topic heading,
I only saw 'Combine Licks Into A Mode', so now I got modes on the noggin...


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post Jan 6 2010, 06:47 PM
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QUOTE (Toroso @ Jan 6 2010, 05:42 PM) *
Eh, well smile.gif this stuff still gives me trouble here and there. Actually, when I saw the topic heading,
I only saw 'Combine Licks Into A Mode', so now I got modes on the noggin...

hahah but that's not the whole topic. You're missing some letters smile.gif

We need rock licks here. You don't need to use modes if you don't want to. Use pure A minor pentatonic if you want. There are thousands of licks that can be played with it.


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I might do one take once I get back to london if there's no problem smile.gif


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QUOTE (Rated Htr @ Jan 6 2010, 06:14 PM) *
I might do one take once I get back to london if there's no problem smile.gif

Ok, I added you.


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post Jan 6 2010, 08:17 PM
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Well, I'm not any good at modern rock solos, I guess I have to make some studying since my solos always sounds old.... But I will make a try if there's room!

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post Jan 6 2010, 08:51 PM
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QUOTE (Staffy @ Jan 6 2010, 07:17 PM) *
Well, I'm not any good at modern rock solos, I guess I have to make some studying since my solos always sounds old.... But I will make a try if there's room!

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There is always room in my collabs Staffy smile.gif I heard you playing man, your playing is full of tasty rock/blues licks. I am sure this is not a hard task for you. You're on the list smile.gif


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post Jan 6 2010, 11:03 PM
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QUOTE (Staffy @ Jan 6 2010, 02:17 PM) *
Well, I'm not any good at modern rock solos, I guess I have to make some studying since my solos always sounds old.... But I will make a try if there's room!

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You'll do just fine Staffy! biggrin.gif


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post Jan 6 2010, 11:55 PM
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Hi Emir,

that's a very nice backing track!

may I ask what wah did you use? cause it souns fantastic, imo


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QUOTE (Daniel Realpe @ Jan 6 2010, 10:55 PM) *
Hi Emir,

that's a very nice backing track!

may I ask what wah did you use? cause it souns fantastic, imo

Hahah you won't believe. It's a wah from Amplitube 2 plugin. I was moving it by mouse in realtime while I was exporting the final mix smile.gif Didn't really get it the first time but the 5th was ok smile.gif


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post Jan 7 2010, 11:16 PM
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All right, figure I'll post early-ish and re-record if this isn't ... uh, "licky" enough.

Full "mix" for fun Attached File  EHCL_jafo_full.mp3 ( 1.4MB ) Number of downloads: 162

Wet solo Attached File  EHCL_jafo_solo_wet_stereo_honestly_emir_the_mono_one_is_next.mp3 ( 1.4MB ) Number of downloads: 117

Mono MP3... supposedly Attached File  EHCL_jafo_solo_mono_in_theory.mp3 ( 1.33MB ) Number of downloads: 136
(I swear the "pro" argument works better if you ask for mono .wav)

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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Jan 6 2010, 08:51 PM) *
There is always room in my collabs Staffy smile.gif I heard you playing man, your playing is full of tasty rock/blues licks. I am sure this is not a hard task for you. You're on the list smile.gif


Nah, You've right Emir, this seems to be a simple chord progression....., but in my day's all was improvised - eg. there was no actually lick-playing and I'm still bad at playing pre-defined licks, since I rather go for just improvising and then clean up my playing if necessary. But I also realized since I went back to the music, that nowadays this is a must if You shall be able to play those fancy, speedy faster-than-the-lightning kinda stuff... smile.gif (borrowing the term from another thread...)

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post Jan 8 2010, 03:36 AM
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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Jan 7 2010, 01:26 AM) *
Hahah you won't believe. It's a wah from Amplitube 2 plugin. I was moving it by mouse in realtime while I was exporting the final mix smile.gif Didn't really get it the first time but the 5th was ok smile.gif


hahah, If you would've told me: It's the "horsie whatever" I would've gone out and buy it! sounds awesome! hehe


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UPDATE:

My take on this backing is now live on GMC. Check here.

It might help you for some ideas.


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post Jan 8 2010, 05:16 PM
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I'll give this a try too if it's ok.

It's going to be a tough one I think cause most of my improv solos (however poorly written tongue.gif ) are focused on just sort of making my way around the fretboard and playing whatever comes to mind. I think this is an area though where I could improve a lot if I would go about studying "pure" licks and working on ways to adapt them to the song or key, or whatever that I'm playing in.


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QUOTE (JamesT @ Jan 8 2010, 04:16 PM) *
I'll give this a try too if it's ok.

It's going to be a tough one I think cause most of my improv solos (however poorly written tongue.gif ) are focused on just sort of making my way around the fretboard and playing whatever comes to mind. I think this is an area though where I could improve a lot if I would go about studying "pure" licks and working on ways to adapt them to the song or key, or whatever that I'm playing in.

Thanks for joining. I hope you can manage to play some cool licks in this one. I don't think it's that hard


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QUOTE (jafomatic @ Jan 7 2010, 10:16 PM) *
All right, figure I'll post early-ish and re-record if this isn't ... uh, "licky" enough.

Full "mix" for fun Attached File  EHCL_jafo_full.mp3 ( 1.4MB ) Number of downloads: 162

Wet solo Attached File  EHCL_jafo_solo_wet_stereo_honestly_emir_the_mono_one_is_next.mp3 ( 1.4MB ) Number of downloads: 117

Mono MP3... supposedly Attached File  EHCL_jafo_solo_mono_in_theory.mp3 ( 1.33MB ) Number of downloads: 136
(I swear the "pro" argument works better if you ask for mono .wav)

Cool take man. You can leave it, it works for me.
Thanks

EDIT: Just seen your comment in the file smile.gif Why is it 18 bars, man?
Because you can leave your last note longer and not crossover to the next take smile.gif It will work like this I tested it in the loop.

QUOTE (Staffy @ Jan 7 2010, 10:55 PM) *
Nah, You've right Emir, this seems to be a simple chord progression....., but in my day's all was improvised - eg. there was no actually lick-playing and I'm still bad at playing pre-defined licks, since I rather go for just improvising and then clean up my playing if necessary. But I also realized since I went back to the music, that nowadays this is a must if You shall be able to play those fancy, speedy faster-than-the-lightning kinda stuff... smile.gif (borrowing the term from another thread...)

//Staffay

We don't need anything faster than the speed of light. Up to speed of light will perfectly do smile.gif hahaha

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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Jan 8 2010, 04:34 PM) *
UPDATE:

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It might help you for some ideas.


awesome lesson Emir! just watched it


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just a question.. I am guessing that the last 2 Am bars will be ignored in the final mix from each take right? So it goes from G to Am7 (to the top).. I have completed my composition so wanted to know if we can leave the last 2 bars.. kind of odd on me.


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QUOTE (Daniel Realpe @ Jan 9 2010, 01:10 PM) *
awesome lesson Emir! just watched it

Thanks Daniel smile.gif

QUOTE (maharzan @ Jan 9 2010, 01:12 PM) *
just a question.. I am guessing that the last 2 Am bars will be ignored in the final mix from each take right? So it goes from G to Am7 (to the top).. I have completed my composition so wanted to know if we can leave the last 2 bars.. kind of odd on me.

You can resolve on some note on those bars. Could be your last note. Check how Jafomatic did it. Those bars won't be deleted, the loop will continue with the next take.


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Okay, not sure if I fit into the criteria but anyway I just wanted to try here it is. I thought making a video would look cooler. wink.gif

Forgive the last long note. I didn't intend to do it but it didn't stop. lol. The long note is shortened in the mono below.



Heres the mono version.. delays are prebuilt on my G-Force (used on this).. hoping its not a problem in the mix.. Let me know and I will do it without the effects again.

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