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post Jun 24 2015, 08:03 PM
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juste have fun with sunny, a well know Bonney M track

Am & Fmaj

last minutes are not good.....the recording quality is bad too... can't hear all my notes...



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this morning , fresh after a good night.....my first guitar job of the days !

https://soundcloud.com/dizy-laurent/sunnny

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post Jun 25 2015, 10:21 AM
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Practicing Neoclassical Etude by Laszlo Boross, Warrior in Battle by Thiago Trinsi, and Paul Gilbert Riff and Shred by Ben Higgins. I think there is a typo on Neoclassical Etude not to be rude. Major triads instead diminished. The lesson looks rather old but I enjoy it!

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post Jun 25 2015, 04:19 PM
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QUOTE (fzalfa @ Jun 24 2015, 04:03 PM) *
juste have fun with sunny, a well know Bonney M track

Am & Fmaj

last minutes are not good.....the recording quality is bad too... can't hear all my notes...



edit

this morning , fresh after a good night.....my first guitar job of the days !

https://soundcloud.com/dizy-laurent/sunnny

Laurent



Hi Laurent, I was preparing to say a lot of things about the video, that then I found improved on the audio take which is fantastic! I like how you connected the different phrases, and how you use articulation and silences to make your melodies more expressive. That's exactly the way to go mate, it's very nice to hear improvisation.

Continue experimenting and remember on focusing more on 1 element each time as we talked at the chat-room.

Keep on the good job!

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Practicing Neoclassical Etude by Laszlo Boross, Warrior in Battle by Thiago Trinsi, and Paul Gilbert Riff and Shred by Ben Higgins. I think there is a typo on Neoclassical Etude not to be rude. Major triads instead diminished. The lesson looks rather old but I enjoy it!



Hi mate, that's a very interesting list of lessons. I would like to hear you playing some of them, is it possible?

Do you mean that there is something wrong with the lesson? Which part?



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post Jun 25 2015, 04:21 PM
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thanks Gabriel.....

in fact you have escape to a video cause this morning i wasn't clothed......

for the video it was late, and i was tired, and recording me and even, more film me is cutting me down....

do you have notice my right hand work ? the guitar position is not realy the right one, but i was in pain with my knee, that's why i move a lot...

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post Jun 25 2015, 04:25 PM
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yes, there is some fingers movement in your right hand that I wouldn't recommend. It doesn't have effect at this speed but it can be a limiter if you decide to play faster licks. It's better to start the movement from your wrist when you are playing alternate picking.

Do you usually play like that?



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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 25 2015, 04:25 PM) *
Do you usually play like that?


you mean about position or you mean the way i play , like the impro ?

about the hand movement, i have hardly manage to use up and down systematicaly and mute the other string aith the fingers like i do now.

now i try to use the movement from the arm..... one step at once smile.gif

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I mean the right hand movement. It should start from your wrist and a bit from your elbow. We try to avoid finger movements since it's not effective. Does it make sense?



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yes , i'll manage myself to do in this way.

now i have kill my bad hand's position and picking method, now i work on this way !!

edit: in my previous impro , a parts is played with finger, cause i think have better feeling with the string , but less dynamics

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 25 2015, 03:19 PM) *
Hi Laurent, I was preparing to say a lot of things about the video, that then I found improved on the audio take which is fantastic! I like how you connected the different phrases, and how you use articulation and silences to make your melodies more expressive. That's exactly the way to go mate, it's very nice to hear improvisation.

Continue experimenting and remember on focusing more on 1 element each time as we talked at the chat-room.

Keep on the good job!




Hi mate, that's a very interesting list of lessons. I would like to hear you playing some of them, is it possible?

Do you mean that there is something wrong with the lesson? Which part?


For sure! Part 3 in Neoclassical Etude. Thiago's lessons have alot of delay sounds. I get a nice setup and go back to Thiago's lessons. Paul Gilbert Riff and Shred my guitar let's out a not so good pinch harmonic maybe I play whammy over it.
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QUOTE (TJHarrison5252 @ Jun 25 2015, 10:05 PM) *
For sure! Part 3 in Neoclassical Etude. Thiago's lessons have alot of delay sounds. I get a nice setup and go back to Thiago's lessons. Paul Gilbert Riff and Shred my guitar let's out a not so good pinch harmonic maybe I play whammy over it.



Ok thanks mate, we'll fix it.


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hi

i practicing recording of my own track, i only have imported a drum bracktrack, i do everything, rythm, solo and bass

it's a real rough..... the bass is crappy.... i'am a bit lost with but i learn fast !!

if you want to discover this idea:

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edit: this is an improved version with a better bass line, i have understand my bass chord grid, need some imporvement for the end guitar solo part

https://soundcloud.com/dizy-laurent/test-compo-rythm-solo-bass-2

Laurent

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 26 2015, 04:27 PM) *
Ok thanks mate, we'll fix it.

Cool man not a problem! Part 1 and 2 of Neoclassical Etude. Advice? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOMLkAqUc0w

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QUOTE (TJHarrison5252 @ Jun 26 2015, 07:38 PM) *
Cool man not a problem! Part 1 and 2 of Neoclassical Etude. Advice? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOMLkAqUc0w



Hi TJ! this is on the right track, your left hand looks good, and also your right hand movement. Just try to make the right hand movement smaller when you play the higher string trill. Economize the movements...

PS: The lesson is fixed now, thanks for notifying!


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hi

i practicing recording of my own track, i only have imported a drum bracktrack, i do everything, rythm, solo and bass

it's a real rough..... the bass is crappy.... i'am a bit lost with but i learn fast !!

if you want to discover this idea:

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edit: this is an improved version with a better bass line, i have understand my bass chord grid, need some imporvement for the end guitar solo part

https://soundcloud.com/dizy-laurent/test-compo-rythm-solo-bass-2

Laurent



Hi laurent great to see you working on your own composition. Is this going to be instrumental?

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hi

maybe it's a skeleton for an instrumental one, put word on is not easy i think, must do a real structure in any case.... then

i must find a singer or learn to sing smile.gif

for now, i try to play the 3 instrusments inside wink.gif

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QUOTE (fzalfa @ Jun 28 2015, 03:49 AM) *
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maybe it's a skeleton for an instrumental one, put word on is not easy i think, must do a real structure in any case.... then

i must find a singer or learn to sing smile.gif

for now, i try to play the 3 instrusments inside wink.gif

Laurent



Ok, so we need some melodies over it now... you could do it with your guitar.


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May i add a third guitare ?

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QUOTE (fzalfa @ Jun 29 2015, 02:10 PM) *
May i add a third guitare ?

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Maybe the lead guitar, over the parts where these ones play only chords... what do you think?


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jul 2 2015, 02:40 PM) *
Maybe the lead guitar, over the parts where these ones play only chords... what do you think?

yes it's logic !

i'll do some test !!

i'm dreaming about nice melody, but i do not remember these very well wink.gif

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 28 2015, 01:26 AM) *
Hi TJ! this is on the right track, your left hand looks good, and also your right hand movement. Just try to make the right hand movement smaller when you play the higher string trill. Economize the movements...

PS: The lesson is fixed now, thanks for notifying!





Hi laurent great to see you working on your own composition. Is this going to be instrumental?

The tabs on part 8 of Neoclassical Etude are missing. Whenever you get the chance to fix!
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QUOTE (fzalfa @ Jun 26 2015, 09:06 PM) *
hi

i practicing recording of my own track, i only have imported a drum bracktrack, i do everything, rythm, solo and bass

it's a real rough..... the bass is crappy.... i'am a bit lost with but i learn fast !!

if you want to discover this idea:

Deleted

edit: this is an improved version with a better bass line, i have understand my bass chord grid, need some imporvement for the end guitar solo part

https://soundcloud.com/dizy-laurent/test-compo-rythm-solo-bass-2

Laurent


QUOTE (MisterM dans sa langue natale)
T'as bien bossé Laurent

Le son de ta basse est vraiment bon, la ligne est nickel.
Le mixage des piste est harmonieux, t'as bien géré.
C'est vrai que poser une voix donnerai de l'ampleur a ta compo.

Chapeau
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Excellent work Laurent

The sound of your bass is really good, it's a beautiful line.
The mix of track is smooth , you have done things .
A voice will give momentum to your composition.

Good Job wink.gif

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