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post Oct 8 2015, 08:28 AM
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Hi guys i find this guy in the sale trade section of and spanish web and speak a lot of music and guitars. We decide to make a song together and thats the result.

hope you like!




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post Oct 8 2015, 09:20 AM
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Wowow, nice track and solo/melody ! I really dig these kinds of instrumental tracks. I wish I could do these aswell smile.gif

Allthough that synth/effect ? thing (can be hear at 1:50 ) is kinda overpowering everything else but it's just my opinion smile.gif

And nice Petrucci sig model guitar !! I assume it's the other dude's ?

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post Oct 8 2015, 09:41 AM
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QUOTE (WeePee @ Oct 8 2015, 08:20 AM) *
Wowow, nice track and solo/melody ! I really dig these kinds of instrumental tracks. I wish I could do these aswell smile.gif

Allthough that synth/effect ? thing (can be hear at 1:50 ) is kinda overpowering everything else but it's just my opinion smile.gif

And nice Petrucci sig model guitar !! I assume it's the other dude's ?

-Ville-


Thanks Weepee!
The synth effect is just the solo guitars with walhalla Shimmer (reverb plugging) i use the free version and stops randomly jajajaj. And yes maybe it's too loud in the mix glups!!!
I recommend you to check the walhalla room and shimmer, they are free with limitations but very inspiring tools and yes the Petrucci sig model is Alberto's guitar. The most flat neck i ever see in my live. Sounds very good!!!!!! but i'm digging in more classic rock guitar jejeje

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post Oct 8 2015, 10:56 AM
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very cool !!

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post Oct 9 2015, 01:53 AM
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This is really nice biggrin.gif The tapping part really fit in with the rest of the solo. It would be nice if the guitar was louder in the mix though! laugh.gif


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post Oct 9 2015, 03:14 PM
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QUOTE (Mudbone @ Oct 9 2015, 12:53 AM) *
This is really nice biggrin.gif The tapping part really fit in with the rest of the solo. It would be nice if the guitar was louder in the mix though! laugh.gif



Thanks for your comments Mudbone, Alberto is a killer player jejeje. Next will be Better, guys Stay tuned!!

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post Oct 14 2015, 06:56 PM
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May I ask about the title inspiration?

Btw, beautiful track

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post Oct 15 2015, 06:07 PM
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QUOTE (Fran @ Oct 14 2015, 05:56 PM) *
May I ask about the title inspiration?

Btw, beautiful track


Hola Fran!
Gracias por comentar.
Citalopram es una medicina que se utiliza para curar depresión y stress. La idea es hacer una trilogia con Alberto que sería, citalopram, deprax y tranquimacin.
Me gusta la idea de hablar sobre la depresión desde un punto de vista "optimista" viendo este estado como una opción de cambio, un proceso, más que como una enfermedad.

Saludos!

Hello Fran!
Thanks for commenting.
Citalopram is a medication used to treat depression and stress. The idea is to make a trilogy with Alberto would be, citalopram, tranquimacin and deprax.
I like the idea of talking about depression from an "optimistic" view watching this state as an option for change, a process rather than as a disease.



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