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post Jun 29 2014, 09:21 AM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jun 23 2014, 10:24 AM) *
Awesome Baha! I think that once you will get to implement a more melodic approach to your themes, which will provide the necessary catch for the listener, you will hit the new level of pro playing and writing biggrin.gif Looking forward to bounce feedback on your ideas man! You are a true inspiration to everyone here!

Thank you so much Cosmin smile.gif

QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 23 2014, 02:41 PM) *
Great to see Baha's composition evolving! That Kotzen/Howe collaboration is a great example that you could follow Baha. Analyzing a bit the structure could give you a good idea that can be applied to your ideas.

When I analyze classical music I refer to parts with letter: A, B, C. This concept can be applied to instrumental songs that don't have an identifiable "pop song" structure (intro, chorus, verse). In this case I would go for the classical option.

There is a PART A (from 00:00 to 00:39) that has a leit motive which is simple and memorable. Here the concept applied is close to Cosmin's idea. A simple pattern that is moved with the progression.

Then starts the PART B (00:40 to 01:11) where they keep the same progression but create a different melody over it. It's a more fusion style phase that is played twice with the personality of each player. It's really cool to see their takes interact.

These two parts are repeated twice so we have this structure:

A - B - A - B - A - B

PART C (starting at 1:44 to 03:05): This section is a modal idea that include guitar jams by both guitarists.

PART D (starting at 03:05 to 03:41): Here the solos continues but the backing has some rhythm and chord changes, that's why I consider this one as a different part.

Then, the song get back to parts A and B so the final structure is:

A - B - A - B - A - B - C - D - A - B - B' (outro)

Thank you so much Gabriel! I will study for this smile.gif
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