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> Hardrock Audio Collab !, Be wild !!!
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post Sep 22 2011, 10:11 PM
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Ok guys, let's go to the next collaboration:

This time it's a hard rock song, and here I expect your wild solo improvisation.
Harmonic key is D minor, so you can try a D minor pentatonic, and D natural minor scale ..
Conditions are the same as same as the previous collab:
One take along with a backing track, and one solo take- just guitar !!!

Deadline: 15.October.'11 !

Here's the backing:
Attached File  Hardrock_collab.mp3 ( 1.16MB ) Number of downloads: 197


Of course, the backing is not final, but will serve for your shots wink.gif !

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post Sep 23 2011, 03:48 PM
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post Sep 23 2011, 06:50 PM
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Great ! smile.gif


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post Sep 24 2011, 10:28 PM
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Nice, man wink.gif !


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post Sep 25 2011, 03:25 PM
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Hey Sinisa, thanks man! Great track wink.gif here's my entry. Real fast shot, I hope it's alright!
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QUOTE (Sean_1234 @ Sep 25 2011, 04:25 PM) *
Hey Sinisa, thanks man! Great track wink.gif here's my entry. Real fast shot, I hope it's alright!


Very melodic ,like it ,thanks Sean smile.gif


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Anyone else? come on guys,don't be shy biggrin.gif


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post Oct 3 2011, 07:02 PM
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Hi Sinisa, it's my take. Good backing track biggrin.gif .

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Attached File  Hard_Rock_Collab.mp3 ( 928.81K ) Number of downloads: 104

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Great shot Marco,thanks wink.gif !!!


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post Oct 10 2011, 11:43 PM
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Hey Sinisa quick question I have a take recorded for this, but I want to make sure I understand correctly, you need 2 tracks, one with just the guitar solo and no backing? Also, they need to be in MP3 format right?


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QUOTE (casinostrat @ Oct 11 2011, 12:43 AM) *
Hey Sinisa quick question I have a take recorded for this, but I want to make sure I understand correctly, you need 2 tracks, one with just the guitar solo and no backing? Also, they need to be in MP3 format right?


Exactly ! smile.gif


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O.K. I will try to post my take sometime today or tommorow, I have a little mixing to do, since the guitar is slightly louder than the backing track. Also I was having trouble coverting files from wav. to MP3 but I finally got that resolved. I will try to get it inside the deadline of 15 October biggrin.gif (Awesome backing track by the way!)


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Hey,that track with backing + guitar i need just for reference,don't bother too much ,Solo track is much important !
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Attached File  Hard_Rock_w__Backing.mp3 ( 1.46MB ) Number of downloads: 128


Attached File  Hard_Rock_No_Backing.mp3 ( 1.46MB ) Number of downloads: 105



Well here goes...my first collab biggrin.gif Hopefully I uploaded everything correctly, and I really enjoyed playing along with this backing track! I look forward to hearing the final mix and seeing what everyone does with this track smile.gif


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Good one wink.gif thanks !


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Here you go. wink.gif
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You can listen to the recording of the backing track and guitar solo here.
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Sorry for being late...but as I once said in another thread:
"The collab isn't over until the german guy uploaded his take" smile.gif

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Attached File  hard_rock_collab_wbt.mp3 ( 636.73K ) Number of downloads: 101

Attached File  hard_rock_collab_nobt.mp3 ( 636.73K ) Number of downloads: 94


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QUOTE (thefireball @ Oct 15 2011, 02:05 AM) *
Here you go. wink.gif
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You can listen to the recording of the backing track and guitar solo here.


Wonderful take Brandon,thanks !


QUOTE (Gitarrero @ Oct 17 2011, 09:17 PM) *
Sorry for being late...but as I once said in another thread:
"The collab isn't over until the german guy uploaded his take" smile.gif

Christian

Attached File  hard_rock_collab_wbt.mp3 ( 636.73K ) Number of downloads: 101

Attached File  hard_rock_collab_nobt.mp3 ( 636.73K ) Number of downloads: 94



LOL,will remember it Chris ! Good one wink.gif


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The final mix!
Guys, sorry if you waited a bit, I had a lot of work these days smile.gif

Ok, participants are :

1. Sean ---- 00:00 - 00:34
2. MarcoPal---- 00:34 - 01:06
3. CasinoStrat---- 01:06 - 01:38
4. Gitarrero---- 01:39 - 02:10
5. TheFireball---- 02:11 - 02:43

Attached File  HardRock_colllab.mp3 ( 4.44MB ) Number of downloads: 97



First of all I must say that I am more than satisfied with how you played it!
Each shot is almost perfect, of course there are few drawbacks, but generally don't affect much to the final sound image, so once again -
all respects wink.gif !

[b]Sean ---- 00:00 - 00:34[/b]

I like how you started-with the measure but confident, the solo part is well dynamically balanced, guitar tone is very good and you learned to control distortion ! Keep it up !!

[b]MarcoPal---- 00:34 - 01:06[/b]

Excellent opening bending, he's almost perfect but you have a little nervous vibrato,or maybe it's just my impression. I like very much sequential phrases that you are played and they fit perfectly, you put them in the right place! Great tone also ! Rock on !!!

3. [b]CasinoStrat---- 01:06 - 01:38[/b]

Good solo part, but a bit poor! I will explain - you have kept only one - D minor pentatonic scale, why? It is true that 90 percent of hard rock songs are played in the pentatonic, but here the harmony is a bit more complex,you could use D natural minor scale, D harmonic minor,D Dorian mode, and the solo part would sounded much nicer! But you drew the most out of pentatonic scales, congratulations on that!


[b]Gitarrero---- 01:39 - 02:10[/b]

You should have to add just a little more of gain! I have the impression that you are on the verge of run out of juice in your fingers !!!! biggrin.gif Anyway,a melody that you did it's not bad, moreover, that lead would be excellent - if you hadn't only played the eighths! Rhythm isn't so fast, you should try some sixteenth between!

[b]TheFireball---- 02:11 - 02:43[/b]

I was amazed! Tone, technique, balance, everything is in place-except the small little details that stinging my ear! biggrin.gif
At 02:25 -you're late with C# tone, you played it a second after that-and ruined my entire pleasantness !!! tongue.gif biggrin.gif

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Something else guys : I'd like to know what equipment you used to get distortion ?

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